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ROOM GUIDE

1.  WELCOME

7. LEGAL PAPERS

13.

2.  HEMP MUSEUM'S BOOK LIST

8. BOOK COVERS HEMP RELATED

14. LINKS TO OTHER LIBRARIES.

3.  BOOK COVERS & SYNOPSES (IF ANY)

9. BOOK COVERS MARIJUANA RELATED

15.

4.  HEMP MAGAZINES & MAG. ARTICLES  

10. BOOK COVERS SAILING SHIP BOOKS 

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5.

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17.

6. MEDICAL PAPERS

12.  QUOTES

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JACK HERER ON HEMP

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1.  WELCOME TO THE U.S.A. HEMP MUSEUM 
LIBRARY ROOM.

The Hemp Museum Library is made up of several parts, but understand all parts are under construction.

First, THE PHYSICAL HEMP MUSEUM LIBRARY, the material which is physically in the possession of the Hemp Museum.

        2.  LIST of hemp related books.

        3.  BOOK COVERS with synopses, clips, summaries or definitions.

        4.  MAGAZINES either hemp related or with hemp articles.

        5.  Historic Hemp Videos.

        6.  MEDICAL PAPERS and articles, etc.

        7.  LEGAL PAPERS and briefs, etc.

Second, LIBRARY LINKS,  Links to sites where the above types of literature exist, but are not physically with us, or have more detail, etc.

Third,  THE WISH LIST, a section where we list literature we would like to physically have in the museum, a poster, whatever.

Fourth, OTHER IDEAS, like recommended reading.

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Hemp and Cannabis

 

 

THE PHYSICAL HEMP MUSEUM LIBRARY

2.  THE BOOK LISTS.

        A.  HEMP RELATED BOOKS
          B.  MARIJUANA RELATED BOOKS
          C.  SAILING SHIP RELATED BOOKS
          D.  OTHER DRUG RELATED BOOKS
          E.  LEGAL RELATED BOOKS 

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        A.  HEMP RELATED BOOKS.

These books, where possible are linked to Amazon.com for your purchasing convenience.  The USA Hemp Museum is a proud member of the Amazon Associates Program.  Purchasing books through this link results in a small percentage of the sale to the USA Hemp Museum and the work we are doing to upgrade the planet with the many benefits of the amazing hemp plant.

1. BOCSA AND KARUS.    THE CULTIVATION OF HEMP: Botany, Varieties,  Cultivation and Harvesting.  1998.

2.  CONRAD, CHRIS.  HEMP, LIFELINE TO THE FUTURE:  The Unexpected Answer for Our Environmental and Economic Recovery.  1994.

3.  HERER, JACK.  THE EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHES:  The Authoritative Historical Record of Cannabis and the Conspiracy Against Marijuana.  1985 & 1998.

4.  ROULAC, JOHN W.  HEMP HORIZONS:  The Comeback of the World's Most Promising Plant.  1997.

5.  KANE, MARI.  ET AL.  HEMP PAGES:  The Hemp Industry Source Book, 1999-2000.  Printed on hemp paper in Canada, where hemp is being grown.

6.  FRAZIER, JACK.  THE GREAT AMERICAN HEMP INDUSTRY.  1991.

7.  HOPKINS, JAMES F.  A HISTORY OF THE HEMP INDUSTRY IN KENTUCKY. 1951.

8.  ALLEN, JAMES LANE.  THE REIGN OF LAW:  A Tale of the Kentucky Hemp Fields.  1900.

9.  HERNDON, GEORGE MELVIN.  THE STORY OF HEMP IN COLONIAL VIRGINIA.  1959.

10. de BONNEVILLE, FRANCOISE . THE BOOK OF FINE LINEN,  1994.

11.  BIRRELL, VERLA.  THE TEXTILE ARTS:  A Handbook of Fabric Structure and Design Processes; Ancient and Modern Weaving, Braiding, Printing, and Other Textile Techniques.   1959.

12.  HUNTER, DARD: PAPERMAKING: The History & Technique of an Ancient Craft , 1943 & 1947.

13.  RUDIN, BO.  MAKING PAPER:  A Look Into The History Of An Ancient Craft. 1990. 

14.  BURBANK, LUTHER.  LUTHER BURBANK: His Methods and  Discoveries and Their Practical Applications. Volume VIII. 1914. 

15. SEYMOUR, E.L.D. THE GARDEN ENCYCLOPEDIA, 1936. 

 

       B.  MARIJUANA RELATED BOOKS.
MARIJUANA:  A Signal of Misunderstanding.  1972.  The National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse.  The New American Library, Inc., New York, NY.  233 pages.  Book size 7 X 4 inches.
     Also called the Shafer Commission report after its chairman.  "The most comprehensive study of marijuana ever made in the United States.  A landmark report that cannot be ignored."  Of course it was ignored.  The Commission called for the removal of marijuana from the U.N. Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, 1961, because it was mislabeled and not a narcotic at all.  

1.  ANDREWS AND VINKENOOG.  THE BOOK OF GRASS:  An Anthology of Indian Hemp.  1967.

2.  BARBER, THEODORE X.  LSD, MARIJUANA, YOGA AND HYPNOSIS.  1970.

3.  BELLO, JOAN.  THE BENEFITS OF MARIJUANA:  Physical, Psychological, and Spiritual.  1996.

4.  BLOOMQUIST, E. R., M.D.  MARIJUANA.  1968.

5.  CHAPPLE, STEVE.  OUTLAWS IN BABYLON:  Shocking True Adventures of the Marijuana Frontier.  1984.    

6.  CLARKE, ROBERT CONNELL.  MARIJUANA BOTANY.  1981.

7.  CONRAD, CHRIS.  HEMP FOR HEALTH:  The Medicinal and Nutritional Uses of Cannabis Sativa.  1997.

8.  DRAKE, WILLIAM DANIEL Jr.  THE CONNOISSEUR'S HANDBOOK OF MARIJUANA.  1971. 

9.  DOUGLAS, MICHAEL.  DEALING:  or The Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues.  1971.

10. GRINSPOON, LESTER.  MARIJUANA RECONSIDERED.  1974 & 1991. 

11.  GRINSPOON AND BAKALAR.  MARIJUANA:  The Forbidden Medicine.  1993.

12.    HERER AND EMMANUEL.  G.R.A.S.S.:  Great Revolutionary American Standard System.  1973 & 1990.

13.  HERER, JACK.  THE EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHES.  1990 &1999.

14.  KAMSTRA, JERRY.  WEED:  Adventures of a Dope Smuggler.  1974 & 1983.

15.  LEWIS, BARBARA.  THE SEXUAL POWER OF MARIJUANA.  1970.

16.  MARGOLIS AND CLORFENE.  A CHILD'S GARDEN OF GRASS.  1969.

17.  MIKURIYA, TOD H., M.D., EDITOR.  MARIJUANA:  MEDICAL PAPERS.  1973. 

18.  Mount, Guy.  THE MARIJUANA MYSTERY:  A Novel.  1993.

19.  MOUNTAIN, STONE.  POT ART:  Marijuana Reading Matter.  1972.

20.  NATIONAL COMMISSION ON MARIJUANA AND DRUG ABUSE.  MARIJUANA:  A SIGNAL OF MISUNDERSTANDING, The Official Report.  1972.

21.  POTTER AND JOY.  THE HEALING MAGIC OF CANNABIS.  1998.

22.  POWER, JED.  DRUG ANTIQUES:  A Photographic Look at Old & Unusual Drug Artifacts and Rarities.  1986.

23.  RAPHAEL, RAY.  CASH CROP:  An American Dream.  1985.

24.  RATHBUN AND PERON.  BROWNIE MARY'S MARIJUANA COOKBOOK  and DENNIS PERON'S RECIPE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE.  1993.

25.  ROSEVEAR, JOHN.  POT:  A Handbook of Marijuana.  1967.

26.  RUBIN AND COMITAS.  GANJA IN JAMAICA:  The Effects of Marijuana Use.  1976.

27.  SCHOFIELD, MICHAEL.  THE STRANGE CASE OF POT.  1971.

28.  SIMMONS, J.L., ED.  MARIJUANA: MYTHS AND REALITIES1967. 

29.  SLOMAN, LARRY "ratso".  REEFER MADNESS:  A History of Marijuana.  1979.

30.  SOLOMON, DAVID., EDITOR.  THE MARIHUANA PAPERS.  1966.

31.  SOUTHERN, TERRY.  RED-DIRT MARIJUANA:  And Other Tales.  1955 & 1990.

32.  STARKS, MICHAEL.  MARIJUANA CHEMISTRY:  Genetics, Processing & Potency.  1977 & 1990.

33.  TREBACH AND INCIARDI.  LEGALIZE IT?  Debating American Drug Policy. 1993.

34.  WALLER, ET AL.  MARIHUANA:  An Annotated Bibliography.  1976. 

35.  ZIMMER AND MORGAN.  MARIJUANA MYTHS, MARIJUANA FACTS.  1997.

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       C.  SAILING SHIP RELATED BOOKS.

1.  DYSON, JOHN.  COLUMBUS: For Gold, God, and Glory.  1991.

2.  CROSS, WILBER,  ET AL.  NAVAL BATTLES AND HEROES.  1960.

3.  BOTTING,  DOUGLAS.  THE PIRATES.  1978.

4.  WEIR, RUTH COMER.  JOHN PAUL JONES:  Father of the U.S. Navy.  1963.

5.  SPECTRE AND LARKIN.  A GOODLY SHIP:  The Building of the Susan Constant.  1992.

6.  LEWIS AND O'BRIEN.  SHIPS.  1965.

7.   CASSON, LIONEL.  ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF SHIPS & BOATS.  1964.

8.  CULVER AND GRANT.  THE BOOK OF OLD SHIPS.  1924.

9.  CANBY, COURTLANDT.  A HISTORY OF SHIPS AND SEAFARING.  1963.

10.  CAIN, EMILY.  GHOST SHIPS.  1983.

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       D.  OTHER DRUG RELATED BOOKS.

1.  NORRIS, CONRAD & RESNER.  SHATTERED LIVES:  Portraits From America's Drug War, 1998.  

2.  SZASZ, THOMAS.  OUR RIGHT TO DRUGS:  The Case For A Free Market.  1992.

3.  MODELL AND LANSING, ET AL.  DRUGS.  1967.

4.  CARROLL, CHARLES R.  DRUGS IN MODERN SOCIETY.  1985 & 1993.

5.  McWILLIAMS, PETER.  AIN'T NOBODY'S BUSINESS IF YOU DO:  The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in a Free Society

[click here for the FREE link to the Hemp Hero Peter McWilliams' online edition  of AIN'T NOBODY'S BUSINESS IF YOU DO:  The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in a Free Society.] 1993.

6.  GRINSPOON AND BAKALAR.  COCAINE:  A Drug and Its Social Evolution.  1976.

7.  WELLS, BRIAN.  PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS.  1973.

8.  LENSON, DAVID.  ON DRUGS.  1995.

9.  SANDERS, LEWIS.  WHAT A LONG STRANGE TRIP IT'S BEEN:  A Hippy's History of the 60's & Beyond...  1994.

10.  EDITORS, EXECUTIVE INTELLIGENCE REVIEW.  DOPE, INC.:  The Book That Drove Kissinger Crazy.  1992.

11.  AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.  DRUG DEPENDENCE:  A Guide For Physicians.  1969.

12.  HORMAN AND FOX.  DRUG AWARENESS:  Key Documents on LSD, Marijuana, and the Drug Culture.  1970.

13.  NEWLOVE, DONALD.  THOSE DRINKING DAYS:  Myself and Other Writers.  1981.

14.  YOUNG-KLEIN-BEYER.  RECREATIONAL DRUGS:  Everything You Need To Know About Cocaine and Ginseng and Pot, Ololuiqui and Tobacco, etc and etc.  1977.

15.  HUGHES AND BREWIN.  THE TRANQUILIZING OF AMERICA:  Pill Popping and the American Way of Life.  1979.

16.  WINN, MARIE.  THE PLUG-IN DRUG:  Television, Children, and the Family.  1977.

17.  ROSZAK, THEODORE.  THE MAKING OF A COUNTER CULTURE:  Reflections on the Technocratic Society and Its Youthful Opposition.  1969.

18.  CONRAD; NORRIS; RESNER.  HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE DRUG WAR.  1999.

19.  EIDELMAN, WILLIAM S., M.D.  FROM MEDICINE TO MYSTICISM.  1999.

20.  WEIL AND ROSEN.  CHOCOLATE TO MORPHINE:  Understanding Mind -Active Drugs.  1983.

21.  NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE.  TESTING DRUGS FOR PHYSICAL DEPENDENCE POTENTIAL AND ABUSE LIABILITY.  1984.

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        E.  LEGAL RELATED BOOKS.

1.  MURDOCK, JOHN R.  THE CONSTITUTION OF ARIZONA.  1929.

2.  FENN, PERCY T.  THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION.  1948.

3.  LONG, JOSEPH RAGLAND.  CASES ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.  1932.

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3.  BOOK COVERS & SYNOPSES, Clips, summaries, definitions (if any).

       A.  HEMP RELATED COVERS.
         B.  MARIJUANA RELATED COVERS.
         C.  SAILING SHIP RELATED COVERS.
         D.  OTHER DRUG RELATED BOOKS
         E.  LEGAL RELATED BOOKS

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4.  HEMP MAGAZINES AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

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6.  MEDICAL PAPERS & ARTICLES.

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7.  LEGAL PAPERS & BRIEFS.

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12.  QUOTES:  MISCELLANEOUS - freedom quotes.

1.)  "Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood;  Now is the   time to understand more, so we may fear less."

- Madame Marie Curie

2.)    "When evil men plot, good men must  plan. When evil men burn and bomb, good men must build and bind. When evil men shout ugly words of hatred, good men must commit themselves to the glories of love. Where evil men would seek to perpetuate an unjust status quo, good men must seek to bring into being a real order of justice."

-Martin Luther King

 3.) "Drug addiction...is not a police problem; it never has been and never can be solved by policemen. It is first and last  a Medical problem." 

                                        -August Vollmer, 1936   

Vollmer was a highly respected Berkeley, California Police Chief  addressed the International Association of Chiefs of Police. From  Jerry Epstein, President, Drug Policy Forum of Texas, "What  History Teaches Us About Drug Prohibition," Vol. 1, No.1,  COMMON SENSE FOR DRUG POLICY, Autumn, 1998.

4.) "The makers of the Constitution  conferred, as against the government, the Right to be let alone; the most comprehensive, and the right most valued by civilized men."

-United States Supreme Court Justice Brandeis
Olmstead v United States (1928)

5.) "I have sworn...eternal hostility against every form of tyranny
over the mind of man."

                                        -Thomas Jefferson

6.) "A society that will trade a little  liberty for a little order will lose both, and deserve neither."

                                        -Thomas Jefferson

7.) "The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom  they suppress."

                                        -Frederick Douglass

8.) "Iím dying. Marijuana helps me in a lot of ways, but sometimes it just helps me to smile. Donít we have the right to smile."

                -Medical marijuana patient

9.) "Message to Supporters of  Prohibition:  Drug  problems in the United States have been caused by your lawlessness, not ours.  The duty of  the opposition is to oppose, and we will continue to oppose and  protest official lawlessness until our government follows its own  laws and provides a regulated marijuana market as required by the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act."

                -Jon Gettman, 1999

10.) The only freedom which counts is the freedom to do what some other people think to be wrong. There is no point in demanding freedom to do that which all will applaud. All the so-called liberties or rights are things which have to be asserted against others who claim that if such things are to be allowed their own rights are infringed or their own liberties threatened.  This is always true, even when we speak of the freedom to worship, of the right of free speech or association, or of public assembly. If we are to allow freedoms at all there will constantly be complaints that either the liberty itself or the way in which it is exercised is being abused, and, if it is a genuine freedom, these complaints will often be justified. There is no way of having a free society in which there is not abuse. Abuse is the very hallmark of liberty.                                         

 -Former Lord Chief Justice Hailsham, "The Dilemma of democracy"    E-mail from peter webster.

 11.)  "The task facing a legitimate politics of ecology is twofold. Firstly, it must engender in each of us a sense of personal responsibility for the fate of the planet - an awareness that our personal choices, no matter how apparently trivial, when aggregated together are what determine that fate.  The second task is that of developing and articulating a political vision that will shape the individual choices of millions upon millions of individuals so that the sum of all their individual choices is the voluntary choice of an ecologically sustainable world.  It is the task of the politics of ecology to affirm positively the mutual interdependence of the ecology and the economy, of people and nature."

                                        -Author unknown

12.)  "You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe."

                 - John Adams, former U.S. president, founding father.

13.)  "The general rule is that an unconstitutional statute, though having the form and name of law, is in reality no law, but is wholly void...its unconstitutionality dates from the time of its enactment...No one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound to enforce it."

                                        -16 Am Jur 2d 177

14.)  The one unforgivable sin, the offence against one's own integrity,
is to accept anything at all simply on authority.
         ---- Maureen Johnson Long (Character in several stories by Robert   Heinlein)"

15.)  "Dissent is the highest form of patriotism." - Thomas Jefferson

16.)  "It's not war but peace that is the invention of civilization."
                  -John Balzar,  Wed., March 26,2003, L.A. Times.

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