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About the UCDP

  • Part of the University Libraries, the UCDP has developed its own publication software known as CUrator and research publications dealing with the American West. The UCDP's first publication, George Catlin: The Printed Works, was released in 1998. The publication was revised and issued in the CUrator software in 2000, along with James Otto Lewis' The Aboriginal Portfolio: The Complete Edition.

  • The Digital Press publications have made national news in Choice, The Chronicle of Higher Education and American Libraries.

  • The UCDP has a production staff of five in University Libraries:

    David Kohl, director

    Alice Cornell, assistant director and editor-in-chief

    Linda Newman, technical research and development manager

    Marie Scheponick, assistant editor/assistant business manager

    Ron Frommeyer, assistant to the director

    Student assistants: Kris Korhagem and Don Trishe Jarmon.

  • The UCDP publications, George Catlin: The Printed Works and James Otto Lewis' The Aboriginal Portfolio: The Complete Edition, each come in a set of two CD-ROMS for $499. The UCDP's newest publication, McKenney & Hall's History of the Indian Tribes of North America: The First Issue, comes in a three-disk publication for $499. Collectors and researchers who purchase one title for the full price can order the other titles at a discounted price of $299 each.

  • Order forms can be accessed from the UCDP Web site.

  • Publications planned for 2003:

    A.E. Mathews: The Western Works -- Lithographic views of the Rocky Mountain west in the 1860s.

    C. Szwedzicki: The North American Indian Works -- American Indian art of the 19th and 20th centuries.

    Publications regarding maps of the Missouri River.

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