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    All But Forgotten Oldies
Rediscover your favorite songs from the sixties and early seventies from a searchable database of links to sound clips for over 4000 songs from 1960-1975. Most song samples are in Real Audio format.
Publisher: ,, 2000.
    Getting Saved from the Sixties: Moral Meaning in Conversion and Cultural Change
Tipton does three ethnographic studies of San Francisco Bay Area new religious movements: a Pentecostal Christian community, Erhard Training Seminars (est) and a group of American Zen Buddhists. He argues that sixties youth joined such alternative groups "to make moral sense of their lives."
Author: Tipton, Steven M. Publisher: Berkeley, CA, University of California, 1982.
    Hippies and American Values
Author: Miller, Timothy. Publisher: Knoxville, TN, University of Tennessee Press, 1991.
    Mystery Train: Images of America in Rock 'n' Roll Music
Author: Marcus, Greil. Publisher: New York, NY, E. P. Dutton, 1976, c1975.
    Psychedelic Sixties: Literary Tradition and Social Change
In this exhibition, the Special Collections Department at the University of Virginia examines the sixties and its antecedents using books and posters in its collections. Precursors to Ken Kesey, Woodstock, Hippies are found in the literature of 19th-century social movements and in the Beats of the 1950s.
Publisher: Charlottesville, VA, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library, 1998-.
    Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps
Ringolevio is the story of sixties urban guerrilla, Emmett Grogan, and The Diggers, the San Francisco free-food distributing revolutionaries who combined Dada Street Theatre with social agitation.
Author: Grogan, Emmett. Publisher: New York, NY, Citadel Press, 1990.
    Robert Altman's Photo Gallery
Great photographs. Many feature prominent personalities and scenes from the sixties. Included are the Cockettes, Ceasar Chavez, Joan Baez, Timothy Leary, Phil Ochs, Baba Ram Dass, Sufi Sam and others. Robert Altman has been professional photographer for many years- first as a photojournalist (chief staff photographer, Rolling Stone Magazine) and for several decades headed his own commercial studio in San Francisco specializing in fashion photography as well as being a television producer/director for KEMO-TV.
Publisher: [San Francisco, CA], Robert Altman, 2001.
    Storming Heaven: LSD and the American Dream
Author: Stevens, Jay. Publisher: New York, Harper & Row, 1987.
    The ABC-CLIO Companion to the 1960s Counterculture in America
This subject dictionary covers major and minor individuals, political events, music, drugs, and other topics relevant to the era.
Author: Hamilton, Neil A.. Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, 1997.
    The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test
An account of Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters.
Author: Wolfe, Tom. Publisher: New York, NY, Bantam Books, 1999, c1968.
    The Greening of America: How the Youth Revolution is Trying to Make America Livable
Author: Reich, Charles A.. Publisher: New York, Random House, 1970.
    The Hippie Trip
Author: Yablonsky, Lewis. Publisher: New York, NY, Pegasus, 1968.
    The Making of a Counter Culture: Reflections on the Technocratic Society and Its Youthful Opposition
Author: Roszak, Theodore. Publisher: Garden City, NY, Anchor Books, 1969.
    The Sixties Spiritual Awakening: American Religion Moving from Modern to Postmodern
Author: Ellwood, Robert S.. Publisher: New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press, 1994.
    Underground Newspaper Collection
The Underground Newspaper Collection is a collection of over 700 titles published in the 1960s-1970s. The collection is available in microfilm format on the second floor of the Richter Library. Titles are cataloged individually in IBISWeb and include "Ain't I a Woman," "Berkeley Barb," "Yellow dog," "The Black Panther," "The Great speckled bird," "Haight Ashbury tribune," "The Marijuana review," "Strawberry fields," (Miami, Fla.) and many others.
Publisher: Wooster, OH, Bell & Howell Co.,, 196x-.
    Visual Journey: Photographs by Lisa Law, 1965-1971
The photographs provide glimpses into the folk and rock music scenes, California's blossoming counterculture, and the family-centered and spiritual world of commune life in New Mexico during the 1960s. The subjects include Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsburg, Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Suzuki-Roshi, Janis Joplin, Tiny Tim, and Otis Redding. The pictures were selected from a collection of 200 photographs donated to the Smithsonian Institution.
Publisher: Washington DC, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, 1998.
    We are the People Our Parents Warned Us Against
Stories of Haight-Ashbury during 1967.
Author: Von Hoffman, Nicholas. Publisher: Chicago, IL, Quadrangle Books, 1968.
    Woodstock Nation: A Talk Rock Album
Author: Hoffman, Abbie. Publisher: New York, NY, Pocket Books, 1971.

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