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There are current two places to read the history of NCF:
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Here are places to read the history of NCF:
  
 
* On [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Capital_FreeNet Wikipedia], which is an academic history
 
* On [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Capital_FreeNet Wikipedia], which is an academic history
* [http://web.ncf.ca/fn352/InTheirOwnWords.pdf In Their Own Words - The Story of National Capital FreeNet], Edited by Adam Hunt, 71 pages, PDF document 0.4 MB download, which is an oral history of the organization.
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* [http://web.ncf.ca/fn352/InTheirOwnWords.pdf In Their Own Words - The Story of National Capital FreeNet], Edited by Adam Hunt, 73 pages, PDF document 0.4 MB download, which is an oral history of the organization.
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* [http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/eppp-archive/100/202/300/womenspace/2000/v05n01/vol26b.html CollectionsCanada Women's space: National Capital FreeNet], an introduction by NCF administrator Sheila Alder circa 1997.
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* ''AA000 25 Years of National Capital FreeNet'', edited by Alex Parsons - a paper book created for NCF's 25th anniversary and distributed under a Creative Commons license. The book was officially launched at the birthday celebrations held at Ottawa City Hall on 28 September 2017. Copies of the book are available for free though the NCF office, although donations are accepted.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:14, 18 January 2018

Here are places to read the history of NCF:

  • On Wikipedia, which is an academic history
  • In Their Own Words - The Story of National Capital FreeNet, Edited by Adam Hunt, 73 pages, PDF document 0.4 MB download, which is an oral history of the organization.
  • CollectionsCanada Women's space: National Capital FreeNet, an introduction by NCF administrator Sheila Alder circa 1997.
  • AA000 25 Years of National Capital FreeNet, edited by Alex Parsons - a paper book created for NCF's 25th anniversary and distributed under a Creative Commons license. The book was officially launched at the birthday celebrations held at Ottawa City Hall on 28 September 2017. Copies of the book are available for free though the NCF office, although donations are accepted.