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There are two places to read the history of NCF:
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Here are places to read histories 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, 73 pages, PDF document 0.4 MB download, which is an oral history of the organization.
 
* [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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Here are places to read histories of NCF: