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Lecture 2



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       Schedules
       (including Always start
                  with number
      summaries) from schedule
Using the Relative Index
            Relative Index
Time
  arts                     701.8
    drawing                741.018
  chronology               529          Class
  literature               808.803084   nos.
    history and criticism 809.993084
    specific literatures T3B—080 384
  philosophy               115
  sociology                304.237
Time (Music)               781.22
Using the Summaries
           First summary
        The Ten Main Classes
000 Computer science, information &
    general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
   Experiments in magnetism
900 History & geography
         Second summary
       The Hundred Divisions

500 Science
510 Mathematics
520 Astronomy
530 Physics
540 Chemistry
550 Earth sciences & geology
560 Fossils & prehistoric life
570 Life sciences; biology
580 Plants (Botany)
590 Experiments in magnetism
     Animals (Zoology)
              Third summary
          The Thousand Sections
530   Physics
531   Classical mechanics; solid mechanics
532   Fluid mechanics; liquid mechanics
533   Gas mechanics
534   Sound & related vibrations
535   Light & infrared & ultraviolet phenomena
536   Heat
537   Electricity & electronics
538   Magnetism
539   Modern physics
      Experiments in magnetism
634    634.8
       Dewey Decimal Classification 634
       6   Technology        [First Summary]
       63 Agriculture         [Second Summary]
       634 Orchards, fruits, & forestry   [3rd]
.774       *Pineapples
       634.8 Grapes
.775       Cactus fruits
.8     Grapes
        Class here viticulture
.82     Injuries, diseases, pests

                   634.8
           Growing grapes
   Construction and use of farm
              fences
               631.27
6 Technology (applied science)
63 Agriculture and related technologies
631 Specific techniques; apparatus,
        equipment, materials
631.2 Agricultural structures
…
631.27  Fences, hedges, walls
           Construction and use
 Dictionary of Ayurvedic medicine
               615.538
6 Technology (applied science)
61 Medicine and health
615 Pharmacology and therapeutics
615.5 Therapeutics
615.53  General therapeutic systems
615.538   Ayurvedic medicine
 But what about the fact that it is a
           dictionary?
Four volumes of DDC 21
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
The following notation is never used
alone, but may be used as required
with any regular schedule number,
e.g., workbooks (—07 in this table) in
arithmetic (513): 513.076. When
adding to a number from the
schedules, always insert a decimal
point between the third and fourth
digits of the complete number.
Adding specificity
              From Table science)
6 Technology (applied 1:
              —03 standard
61 Medicine and health
615 Pharmacology and therapeutics
                    subdivision for
615.5 Therapeutics dictionaries
615.53  General therapeutic systems
615.538   Ayurvedic medicine


 Dictionary of Ayurvedic medicine
             615.538 03
Adding specificity - Table 1
Standard Subdivisions
 Add (concatenate) to any number
  from schedule
 Only one standard subdivision
  allowed
 Use —04 only when directed to do so
 Consult table of preference when two
  or more subdivisions appear
  applicable
 Adding subdivisions -
 number of zeros (2)
Types of instructions to indicate when
different number of zeros must be used:
 Notation in the number column
 Footnotes leading to an add table
  where subdivisions are supplied
 Footnotes from the add instruction
  itself stipulating the use of extra
  zeros
660 Chemical engineering and related technologies 660

661     Technology of industrial chemicals
           ProductionFrom Table 1: used as raw
                       of chemicals
                      —05 standard
           materials or reagents in manufacture of other
           products          subdivision for
…                         serial publications
    661.001–.009      Standard subdivisions


     Industrial chemicals technology
                      journal
  Tech. of ind. chem.  661.005 Serial publications
600         Technology (Applied sciences)     600

601        Philosophy and theory
602        Miscellany
  [.72]        Patents
                     —020 class in 608
                 Do not use;7 standard
  .75          Trademarks and service marks
                              subdivision for
  .9         Commercial miscellany
                              humorous
603        Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
                              treatment
                 concordances
604        Technical drawing, hazardous
               Technology jokes
                 materials technology…
          Technology    02.07
                       60207 humorous treatment
Using Table Two:
1. Instructed to do so in Schedule
2. By going through the –09
   Subdivision in Table 1


  Local taxes in Tasmania
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                            T
       T                    a
       a                    x
       x   Taxation 336.2   e
                            s

 Local taxes in Tasmania
336                     Economics                   336
.201 41         Local taxes in areas,
                 regions, places in
                 general…
.201 43–.201 49 Local taxes in specific
                 continents, countries,
                 states and provinces
                         Add to base number
                         336.2014 notation 3–9 from
                                          Go to
                         Table 2, e.g., local taxes in
                                          Table 2
                         Pennsylvania 336.2014748
            Local taxes in Tasmania
      Local taxes in
             locality   336.2014
T2     Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons   T2
—94       Australia
—941        Western Australia
…
—942         Central Australia
…
—946         Tasmania

         Local taxes in Tasmania
Local taxes    336.2014 946

          Local taxes    +   Tasmania
          (schedule)         (Table 2)
Our book:



Motorcycle racing in Modena

     (Modena is in Italy)
796     Recreational and performing arts   796
.73     Automobile rallies
.75     Motorcycle and motor scooter
            racing
.756      Motocross
.76     Midget car racing (Karting)

                       Go to Table 1

       Motorcycle racing in Modena
          Motorcycle
              racing    796.75
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 T1     Table 1. Standard Subdivisions       T1

—093–099     Treatment by specific
              continents, countries,
              localities; extraterrestrial
              worlds Go to Table 2
              History and description by place,
              by specific instance of the
              subject
              Add to base number —09
              notation 3–9 from Table 2…
      Motorcycle racing in Modena
      Motorcycle
          racing   796.75 09
T2        Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons        T2
—45    Italy
—451     Northwestern Italy
…
—454     Emilia-Romagna region and San
         Marino
…
—454 2      Modena province
                 Class here Modena
      Motorcycle racing in Modena
      Motorcycle
racing by locality   796.7509 4542
 Motorcycle racing      By locality   Modena
    (schedule)           (Table 1)    (Table 2)
More Fun with Dewey
           First summary
        The Ten Main Classes
000 Computer science, information &
    general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
900 History & geography
          Second summary
       The Hundred Divisions
000 Computer science, knowledge &
    systems
010 Bibliographies
020 Library & information sciences
030 Encyclopedias & books of facts
040 [Unassigned]
050 Magazines, journals & serials
060 Associations, organizations &
    museums
070 News media, journalism & publishing
080 Quotations
090 Manuscripts & rare books
            Third summary
        The Thousand Sections
020 Library & information sciences
021 Library relationships
022 Administration of physical plant
023 Personnel management
024 [Unassigned]
025 Library operations
026 Libraries for specific subjects
027 General libraries
028 Reading & use of other information
    media
029 [Unassigned]
025 Library and information sciences 025
.27 Acquisition of and collection
    development for materials on specific
    disciplines and subjects
      Add to base number 025.27
      notation 001-999, e.g.
      acquisition of materials in the
      social sciences 025.273…
     Selection and acquisition of
materials about UFOs in New Mexico
     Subdivisions are added for
                         Look heading
      either or both topics in for UFOs
      Base no.   025.27   (in sched.)
001           Generalities               001
.94  Mysteries
      Reported phenomena not
      explained, not fully verified…
.942  Unidentified flying objects (UFOs)
         Variant name: flying saucers Go to
         Class here human-alien encounters 1
                                     Table
.944  Monsters and related phenomena
.95 Selection and acquisition of
     Deceptions and hoaxes
materials about UFOs in New Mexico
      Base no.   025.27001942
 T1        Table 1. Standard Subdivisions          T1

—093–099         Treatment by specific
                  continents, countries,
                  localities; extraterrestrial
                  worlds
                     History and description by place,
                     by specific instance of the
                     subject
                     Add to base number —09
                     notation 3–9 from Table 2…
  Selection and acquisition of materials about
             UFOs in New Mexico       Go to
        Collecting
materials on UFOs
                      025.2700194209 Table 2
T2     Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons        T2
—788 98      Prowers County
—788 99      Beca County
—789       New Mexico
—789 2        Northeastern counties of New
               Mexico
—789 22        Colfax Country
—789 23        Union County
 Selection and acquisition of materials about
            UFOs in New Mexico
              025.2700194209789
     Acquisition      UFOs    By locality New Mexico
     (schedule)    (schedule) (Table 1)    (Table 2)
220              Bible                      220
220.5201–220.5209      English
 Add to each subdivision identified by * as
           follows:
   01-02 Standard subdivisions
   [03]  Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
            concordances
            Do not use; class in 3
   05-08 Standard subdivisions
   09    Geographic and persons treatment
            Do not use…; class in 8
   2     Standard editions
   3     Concordances, indexes, dictionaries
   …
   8     History, criticism, explanation of the
            translation
220              Bible                  220
220.5201–220.5209      English
   …
 .520 1   English versions before 1582…
 .520 2  *Douay version
 .520 3  *Authorized (King James version)
 .520 4   Revised version
            Including English Revised (1881-
            1885), American Revised (American
            Standard) (1901) versions
 .520 42    *Revised Standard version (1946-
            1957)
             of the King James
    History *New Revised Standard Bible
 .520 43
            version(1990)
                 220.5203
220               Bible                     220
220.520 1–220.520 9     English
 Add to each subdivision identified by * as
           follows:
   01-02 Standard subdivisions
   [03]  Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
            concordances
            Do not use; class in 3
   05-08 Standard subdivisions
         Geographic and James Bible
   History of the Kingpersons treatment
   09
            Do not use…; class in 8
                 220.5203 8
   2     Standard editions
   3     Concordances, indexes, dictionaries
   …
   8     History, criticism, explanation of the
            translation
220               Bible                 220
220.520 1–220.520 9     English
   …

 .520 1   English versions before 1582
   Concordance to the New Revised
 .520 2  *Douay version
 .520 3  *Authorized (King James) version
             Standard Bible
 .520 4   Revised version
                220.52043
            Including English Revised (1881-
            1885), American Revised (American
            Standard) (1901)…
 .520 42    *Revised Standard version (1946-
            1957)
 .520 43    *New Revised Standard version
            (1990)
220               Bible                     220
220.520 1–220.520 9     English
 Add to each subdivision identified by * as
           follows:
   01-02 Standard
   Concordancesubdivisions Revised
   [03]
                        the New
                    to encyclopedias,
         Dictionaries,
              Standard
            concordancesBible
            Do not use; class in 3
                220.520433
   05-08 Standard subdivisions
   09    Geographic and persons treatment
            Do not use…; class in 8
   2     Standard editions
   3     Concordances, indexes, dictionaries
   …
   8     History, criticism, explanation of the
            translation
             Third summary
         The Thousand Sections
                            .21 Admissions
370   Education             .22 Student aid
371                         .23 special
      Schools & their activities;School year
      education             .24 Schedules
372   Elementary education
373   Secondary education
374   Adult education
375   Curricula
376   [Unassigned]
377   [Unassigned]
378   Higher education
379   Public policy issues in education
372               Education                372
.1     Organization and activities in
       elementary education
                               Go to general
…                           section on education
.11-.18    School organization and activities
             in elementary education
             Add to base number 372.1 the
             numbers following 371 in 371.1-
             371.8, e.g. administration
              scheduling in for use of
     Flexible372.12; however, elementary
             drama as a method of
                   schools
             instruction, see 372.66
                    372.1    base number
371             Education                 371
371 Schools and their activities; special
    education
…
               SUMMARY
…
.1 Teachers and teaching, and related
      activities
.2 School administration; administration
      of student academic activities
.3 Methods of instruction and study
.4 Student guidance and counseling
     School scheduling related activities
.5 Flexible discipline and in elementary
.6 Physical plant; materials management
                schools
                  372.1     base number
371               Education               371
.2            Add to base number 372.1
        School administration; administration
      the numbers following 371 in 371.1-371.8
        of student academic activities
…
.24              Flexible school day
          Schedules and scheduling in schools
.242        Schedules       371.242
            Including flexible scheduling
            Class here scheduling, school
     Flexible scheduling in elementary
            week
                   schools
                     372.1 242 number
                            base
     Schools &
      activities           Elementary
    [in general]           education
371 Schools &          372.1 School
     activities              organization
   .21 Admissions…           and activities in
   .22 Student aid…          elementary
   .23 School year…          education
   .24 Schedules & …
   .242 Schedules             372.1242
             Third summary
         The Thousand Sections
320 Political science
321   Systems of governments & states
322   Relations of state to organized groups
323   Civil & political rights
324   The political process
325   International migration & colonization
326   Slavery & emancipation
327   International relations
328   The legislative process
329   [Unassigned]
324          Political science             324
.24–.29 Parties in specific countries in
        modern world
        Except where specifically
        instructed to the contrary below,
        for a country or for localities
        within a country add to base
        number 324.2 notation 4–9 from
        Table 2 for the specific country,
        e.g. parties of France 324.244;
        then add to the number
        according to the table below,
      Communist Party in France
        e.g. parties in Paris
                   324.2
        324.24400944361, French
        Communist Party 324.244075…
324          Political science             324
.24–.29 Parties in specific countries in
        modern world
        Except where specifically
        instructed to the contrary below,
        for a country or for localities
        within a country add to base
        number 324.2 notation 4–9 from
        Table 2 for the specific country,
        e.g. parties of France 324.244;
        then add Party in France
      Communistto the number
        according to the table below,
                                  Go to
        e.g. parties in Paris
                   324.2         Table
        324.24400944361, Communist 2
        Party of France 324.244075…
T2        Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons     T2
—439 9          Easternmost Hungary
—44           France and Monaco
—441            Brittany (Bretagne) …


        Communist Party in France
                 324.2 44 Back to
                       base number
                           schedule
     Political parties in         France
      specific country        (from Table 2)
      (from schedule)
324          Political science             324
.24–.29 Parties in specific countries in
        modern world
          Except where specifically
          instructed to the contrary below,
          for a country or for localities
          within a country add to base
          number 324.2 notation 4–9 from
          Table 2 for the specific country,
          e.g. parties of France 324.244;
          then add to the number
          according to the table below,
                                    Scroll
          e.g. parties in Paris
          324.24400944361, Communist down
          Party of France 324.244075…
324          Political science               324
.24–.29 Parties in specific countries in
  …     modern world
 02     Historical parties
 …
 03     Rightist parties…
 038 Communist Party in France
        Neofascist and neo-Nazi parties…
 04     Conservative parties
  Parties in    324.244 075
        Centrist parties
 05France
 06     Liberal parties
 07     Leftist and labor-oriented parties
 …
 075      Communist parties
324               Political science                324
.24–.29 Parties in specific countries in
        modern world



        Communist Party in France
             324.244075

 Political parties in      France     Communist parties
  specific country      (from Table    (from schedule)
  (from schedule)            2)
324            Political science             324
.294       Parties of Australia
 …
 .294 02     Historical parties
               Parties existing prior to 1945 and
               no longer in existence
 .294 04 National Party of Australia…
 .294 05 Liberal Party of Australia
 .294 06 Democratic Labor Party
 .294 07 Australian Labor Party
        Liberal parties…
 .294 09 Other Party of Australia

                 324.29405
         Ten main classes
000 Computer science, information &
    general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
900 History & geography
                      400
400 Language
       Class here interdisciplinary works on
       language and literature
         For literature, see 800…

                SUMMARY
400–409 Standard subdivisions and
          bilingualism
410     Linguistics
420     English and Old English (Anglo-
          Saxon)
…
                  400
400 Language
…
               SUMMARY
400–409 Standard subdivisions and
          bilingualism
410     Linguistics
420     English and Old English (Anglo-
          Saxon)
430     Germanic languages German
440     Romance languages French
450     Italian, Sardinian, Dalmation…
                     400
400 Language
…
401        Philosophy and theory
             See Manual at 401 vs. 121.68…
    .3   International languages
            …
           Class here universal languages;
           general discussions of international
           languages, e.g. diplomatic
           languages, lingua francas

           Class artificial languages in 499.99…
400              Language                  400
                          Special topic
                     pertaining to language
404 Special topics of language
  .2  Bilingualism
         Class here multilingualism

         Specific instances of bilingualism are
         classed with the language dominant
         in the country in which the linguistic
         interaction occurs…
420              Language                  420
420–490 Specific languages

         Class here comprehensive works on
         specific languages and their
         literatures

         Except for modifications shown
         under specific entries, add to base
         number for each language identified
         by * notation 01–8 from Table 4, e.g.
         grammar of Japanese 495.65. The
         base number is the number given for
         the language unless the schedule
         specifies a different number…
  Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual
  Languages and Language Families
The following notation is never used
alone, but may be used as required by
add notes under subdivisions of
specific languages or language families,
or with the base numbers for individual
languages identified by * as explained
under 420–490, e.g. Norwegian (base
number 439.82 grammar (—5 in this
table): 439.825. A point is inserted
following the third digit of any number
thus constructed that is longer than
three digits.
  Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual
  Languages and Language Families
             SUMMARY
—01–09 Standard subdivisions
—1     Writing systems, phonology,
        phonetics of the standard
        form of the language
—2     Etymology of the standard
        form of the language
—3     Dictionaries of the standard
        form of the language
—5     Grammar of the standard form
        of the language…
427       English and Old English        420

428   Standard English usage (Prescriptive
          linguistics)  Applied linguistics
429 *Old English (Anglo-Saxon)


      Spelling in Ye Olde English
                    429        Go to
                               Table 4
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          Tables   to consult Table 4
T4 Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages T4

—1       Writing systems, phonology,
               phonetics of the standard form
               of the language
—11        Writing systems
—15        Phonology, phonetics, spelling
—152           Spelling (Orthography and
               pronunciation)
       Spelling in Ye Olde English
                    429 .152no. for Old English
                        base

         Old English              Spelling
      (from schedule)          (from Table 4)
430 Germanic (Teutonic) languages 430
430 Germanic languages German
…
      No
> 430.1-438 Subdivisions of German
    asterisk language
    Except for modifications shown under
    specific entries, add to base number 43
    notation 01–8 from Table 4, e.g. phonology
    of German language 431.5

          German dictionary
                     43         Go to
                                Table 4
T4 Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages T4

—24         Foreign elements
—3       Dictionaries of the standard form
           of the language


             German dictionary
                   433

   Base no. for German          Dictionaries
     (from schedule)           (from Table 4)
 430 Germanic (Teutonic) languages 430
430 Germanic languages German
…
> 430.1-438 Subdivisions of German
             language
     Except for modifications shown under
     specific entries, add to base number 43
     notation 01–8 from Table 4, e.g. phonology
     of German language 431.5
  A German reader for newly literate
              adults
                43        Go to
                         Table 4
T4 Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages T4

—86      Readers
            Graded selections with emphasis on structure and
            vocabulary as needed…
            Class here texts intended primarily for practice in
            reading a language
—862        Readers for new literates

  A German reader for newly literate
              adults
               43 8.62
    Base no. for German           Readers for new literates
      (from schedule)                 (from Table 4)
491         Other languages          491
491.2–491.4 Indo-Aryan (Indic) languages
  .2 *Sanskrit



    A Sanskrit-English dictionary
                 491.2

                            Go to
                            Table 4
T4 Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages T4
—3       Dictionaries of the standard form of
            the language
—302 8         Techniques, procedures, apparatus,
               equipment, materials
—31       Specialized dictionaries…
—32-39    Bilingual dictionaries
   Add to —3 notation 2–9 from Table 6,
   e.g. dictionaries of the language and
   English —321, dictionary of French and
   English 443.21.
    A Sanskrit-English dictionary
          491.2 3
                base no. for Sanskrit
                                 Go to
                                Table 6
          Table 6. Languages
The following notation is never used alone,
but may be used with those numbers from
the schedules and other tables to which the
classifier is instructed to add notation from
Table 6…When adding to a number from the
schedules, always insert a point between
the third and fourth digits of the complete
number.
                    SUMMARY
 —1 Indo-European languages
 —2 English and Old English (Anglo-Saxon)
 —3 Germanic (Teutonic) languages…
T6               Table 6. Languages                       T6
—1      Indo-European languages…

          —2–91 Specific Indo-European
                languages
—2 English and Old English (Anglo-Saxon)
—21  English

       A Sanskrit-English dictionary
           491.23 21
                  Sanskrit dictionary

Base no. for Sanskrit     Dictionary         English
  (from schedule)       (from Table 4)   (from Table 6)
  Bilingual dictionaries:
Which language do we start
          with?

    A English-Sanskrit dictionary
               491.2321

Base no. for Sanskrit     Dictionary         English
  (from schedule)       (from Table 4)   (from Table 6)

        Start with the language farthest
                 from your own
   Start with the
 Bilingual dictionary exercise
language with the
  largest number
                  Does Pashto have an
                       asterisk?

      A Tajik-Pashto dictionary
            491.593 3 9157

Base no. for Pashto     Dictionary     Add-on no. for
 (from schedule)      (from Table 4)        Tajik
                                       (from Table 6)
           First summary
        The Ten Main Classes
000 Computer science, information &
    general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
900 History & geography
            Second summary
          The Hundred Divisions

900   History
910   Geography & travel
920   Biography & genealogy
930   History of ancient world (to ca. 499)
940   History of Europe
950   History of Asia
960   History of Africa
970   History of North America
980   History of South America
990   History of other areas
920   Biography, genealogy, insignia   920

 920.1–928     Biography of specific
               classes of persons
 …
 (Option B: Class individual biography
 in 92 or B; class collected biography
 in 92 or 920 undivided)
 …
 (Prefer specific discipline or subject,
 plus notation 092 from Table 1, e.g.
 collected biography of scientists
 509.22)
    George Washington in the American
     Revolution, 1775-1783 by Flexner
Photograph by The Photograph Studio, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Here used exclusively for educational purposes.
920   Biography, genealogy, insignia           920
920.1–928.9     Biography of specific classes
                of persons
(Option B: Class individual biography in 92
or B; class collected biography in 92 or 920
undivided)
(Prefer specific discipline or subject, plus
notation 092 from Table 1, e.g. collected
biography of scientists 509.22)
   George Washington in the American
    Revolution, 1775-1783 by Flexner
                                       92
 973.41092          B          BIOG
                                      WASH
Washington Fl    WASHING      WASHING
                                       FL
            Second summary
          The Hundred Divisions

900   History
910   Geography & travel
920   Biography & genealogy
930   History of ancient world (to ca. 499)
940   History of Europe
950   History of Asia
960   History of Africa
970   History of North America
980   History of South America
990   History of other areas
 910    Geography and travel               910
910 Geography and travel
       Class here interdisciplinary works on
       tourism, on travel
       Class general works on civilization,
       other than accounts of travel, in 909;
       class works on civilization…
…
913-919 Geography of and travel in
        ancient world and specific
        continents, countries, localities
        in modern world; extraterrestrial
        worlds
910       Geography and travel        910
913-919 Geography of and travel in
         ancient world and specific
         continents, countries, localities
                              Go to
         in modern world; extraterrestrial
         worlds…              Table 2
  Add to base number 91 notation 3–9
  from Table 2, e.g. geography of England
  914.2… then add further as follows:

           Travel in England
                    91
T2       Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons   T2
—42           England and Wales…
—421           Greater London
—421 2           City of London



               Travel in England
               91 4.2
                   Geography and travel
                              Back to
Geog. & travel        England schedule
 (schedule)      +  (Table 2)
910         Geography and travel                    910
913-919    Geography of and travel in ancient world
                              1
           and specific continents, countries,
           localities in modern world; extraterrestrial
               2
           worlds
    Add to base number 91 notation 3–9
    from Table 2, e.g. geography of England
    914.2… then add further as follows:
…
04 Travel
      Class here discovery, exploration; guidebooks
              Travel in England
                    914.2 04
 Geog. & travel          England            Travel
 (from sched.)          (from T2)       (from sched.)
           Second summary
         The Hundred Divisions
900   History
910   Geography & travel
920   Biography & genealogy
930   History of ancient world (to ca. 499)
940   History of Europe
950   History of Asia
960   History of Africa
970   History of North America
980   History of South America
990   History of other areas
930       History of specific areas    930
930–990    History of ancient world; of
           specific continents, countries,
           localities; of extraterrestrial
           worlds
…
Add to base number 9 notation 3–9 from
Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe
940 … then add further as follows:
   001      Philosophy and theory
           History of England
   002      Miscellany
   00223        Maps, plans, diagrams
                      9
   003      Dictionaries        Go to
   004      Racial, ethnic, national groups
                               Table 2
               Add to 004 notation …
T2       Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons   T2
—42         England and Wales
—421           Greater London
—421 2           City of London



             History of England
         History        9 42

                History         England
                           +
              (schedule)        (Table 2)
Geography versus history

   Geography of England
           914.2


    History of England
             942
930       History of specific areas    930
930–990    History of ancient world; of
           specific continents, countries,
           localities; of extraterrestrial
           worlds
…
Add to base number 9 notation 3–9 from
Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe
940 … then add further as follows:
   001      Philosophy and theory
    History of Pakistani People in
   002      Miscellany
   00223          England
                Maps, plans, diagrams
   003      Dictionaries
                       9        Go to
   004      Racial, ethnic, national groups
                               Table 2
               Add to 004 notation …
T2       Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons   T2
—42         England and Wales
—421           Greater London
—421 2           City of London
     History of Pakistani People in
                England
                     9 42  Back to
     History
                           schedule
                History         England
              (schedule)   +    (Table 2)
930       History of specific areas       930
930–990 History of …
Add to base number 9 notation 3–9 from Table
2, e.g., general history of Europe 940 … then
add further as follows:
    001     Philosophy and theory
    …
    004     Ethnic and national groups
               Add to 004 notation 05–9
               from Table 5 …

      History of Pakistani People in
                 England      Go to
                   942.004 Table 5
 Table 5. Ethnic and National
            Groups
The following numbers are never used
alone, but may be used as required
(either directly when so noted or
through the interposition of notation
089 from Table 1) with any number
from the schedules…
               SUMMARY
—05–09    [Persons of mixed ancestry…]
—01       North Americans…
    Table 5. Ethnic and National
               Groups
                  SUMMARY
—05–09 [Persons of mixed ancestry…]
—1     North Americans
—2     British, English, Anglo-Saxons
—3     Germanic people
—4     Modern Latin peoples
—5     Italians, Romanians, related groups
—6     Spanish and Portuguese
—7     Other Italic peoples
—8     Greeks and related groups
—9     Other ethnic and national groups
 T5    Table 5. Ethnic and Nat. Groups   T5
—9    Other ethnic and national groups

—91   Other Indo-European peoples
—92   Semites
—93                          Pakistanis
      Non-Semitic Afro-Asiatic peoples
—94   Peoples of North and West Asian origin
      or situation; Dravidians
—95   East and Southeast Asian peoples
—96   Africans and people of African descent
—97   North American native peoples
—98   South American native peoples
—99   … Papuans, Australian native peoples;
      Malayo-Polynesian and related …
 T5        Table 5. Ethnic and Nat. Groups       T5
—914 11        Indians…
—914 12        Pakistanis and people of
                 Bangladesh
—914 122         Pakistanis
—914 126         People of Bangladesh
   History of Pakistani People in
              England
          942.004 914122

History       England    Ethnic grps     Pakistanis
(sched.)     (from T2)    (sched.)     (from Table 5)
930       History of specific areas     930
930–990    (Continued)
01-09       Historical periods
   ...
   Add to 0 the period division numbers
   following 0 from the appropriate
   continent, country, locality in 930-990…
   Unless others are specified, add to each
   geographical subdivision of a country
   the period notations for the country as a
   whole, but only for those periods during
   which the specific subdivision formed
   part of the country.
941 General History of Europe Western Europe 941
941 *British Isles
        Class here Great Britain, United Kingdom
.01   Early history to 1066
…
.06  House of Stuart and Commonwealth
History ofperiods, 1603-1714 during the
            the British Isles
.061   Reign of James I, 1603-1625
.062
                 of Charles II
           reign Charles I, 1625-1649
       Reign of
.063   Period as Commonwealth and
                941.066
           Protectorate, 1649-1660
…
       Reign British Isles II, Reign of Charles
.066 History of (place) 0 1660-1685…
                 Charles          II (period)
*Add as instructed under 930-990
930    History of specific areas      930
930–990 (Continued)
01-09 Historical periods
   Add to 0 the period division numbers
   following 0 from the appropriate
   country, locality in 930-990…



 History of Scunthorpe during the
         reign of Charles II Go to
                  9          Table 2
T2      Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons         T2
—42       England and Wales
…
—428 32      North Lincolnshire
                Including the former
                Scunthorpe Borough
     History of Scunthorpe during the
             reign of Charles II
                9 42.832

          History    +   Scunthorpe   Back to
        (schedule)        (Table 2)
                                      schedule
941 General History of Europe Western Europe 941
941 *British Isles
        Class here Great Britain, United Kingdom
.01   Early history to 1066
…
.06   House of Stuart and Commonwealth
   History periods, 1603-1714
            of Scunthorpe during the
.061    Reign of James I, 1603-1625
                   of Charles II
            reign Charles I, 1625-1649
.062    Reign of
.063          942.832 0 66
        Period as Commonwealth, 1649-
            1660
…History Scunthorpe         0      Reign of
.066            of Charles II, 1660-1685…II
        Reign (from
 (schedule)              (from     Charles
               Table 2)
*Add as instructed under 930-990 (from sched.)
                          sched.)
9 History
         941                               942                            942.832
     History of                         History of                       History of
    British Isles                       England                         Scunthorpe
 James I


            Charles I


                        Charles II

                                     James I

                                               Charles I

                                                           Charles II


                                                                        James I

                                                                                  Charles I

                                                                                              Charles II
 .061      .062         .066 .061 .062 .066                             061 062 066
930       History of specific areas    930
930–990    History of ancient world; of
           specific continents, countries,
           localities; of extraterrestrial
                                  Go to
           worlds                Table 2
…
Add to base number 9 notation 3–9 from
Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe
940 … then add further as follows:
   001      Philosophy and theory
   002      Miscellany
                Maps, plans, cities
       History of Englishdiagrams
   00223
   003      Dictionaries
                       9
   004      Racial, ethnic, national groups
               Add to 004 notation …
T2       Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons   T2
—42         England and Wales
…
—421           Greater London
—421 2           City of London


          History of English cities
                   9 42
                      History
                               Back to
         History    England
                               schedule
      (schedule)   +   (Table 2)
930     History of specific areas     930
930–990 (Continued)
0091–0098 Areas, regions, places in
          general
           Add to 009 the numbers
           following —1 in notation 11–18
           from Table 2, e.g. urban
           regions 009732
      History of English cities
          942 .009      Go to 11–18
                          section of T2
T2        Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons             T2
—1        Areas, regions, places in general;
                         seas
             oceans and"Add to 009 the
…
—17                       numbers following —1
               Socioeconomic regions
…                              in notation 11–18"
—173    Socioeconomic regions by
        concentration of population
—173 2       Urban regions
—173 3       Suburban regions
—173 4 History of English cities
             Rural regions
                  942.009 732

    History       England    Areas in gen.   Urban areas
    (sched.)     (from T2)     (sched.)       (from T2)
930     History of specific areas           930
930–990 (Continued)
0091–0098 Areas, regions places in
           general…
0099      Collected persons treatment
             Description, critical appraisal,
             biography of persons associated
             wit the history of the continent…
01–09      Historical periods
             Class here indigenous groups in
             the prehistoric period…
972 General history of North America 972
 .95     *Puerto Rico
 .950 1    Early history to 1493
 .950 2    Period of European discovery
               and early colonial period,
               1493-1602
 .950 3    1602–1804
 .950 4    1804–1899
 .950 5    1900–
 .950 52     1900–1952
              Class here 20th century
                 For 1952-1999, see 972.95053
 .950 53     Period of Commonwealth,
              1952–
973 General history of North America 973
973      United States
             For specific states, see 974-979
                    SUMMARY
973.01–.09       Standard subdivisions
    .1         Early history to 1607
    .2         Colonial period, 1607–1775
    .3         Periods of Revolution and
                 Confederation, 1775–1789
    .4         Constitutional period, 1789–
                 1809
    .5         1809–1845
    .6         1845-1861
    .7         Administration of Abraham
                 Lincoln, 1861–1865…
973 General history of North America 973

973        United States
    .3       Periods of Revolution and
                 Confederation, 1775–1789
…

  .311 3    Quartering of troops and Boston
              Massacre
  .311 4    Taxation and representation
  .311 5    Tax on tea and Boston Tea Party,
              1773
  .311 6    Boston Port Bill, 1774
973 General history of North America 973
973     United States           19th
…                              edition
 .922   Administration of John Fitzgerald
          Kennedy, 1961-1963
 .923   Administration of Lyndon Baines
          Johnson, 1963-1969
 .924   Administration of Richard Milhous
          Nixon, 1969-1974
 .925   Administration of Gerald Rudolph
          Ford, 1974-1977
 .926   Administration of Jimmy (James
          Earl) Carter, 1977-
973 General history of North America 973
 973 United States             21st
 …                            edition
.924   Administration of Richard Milhous
         Nixon, 1969-1974
.925   Administration of Gerald Rudolph
         Ford, 1974-1977
.926   Administration of Jimmy (James
         Earl) Carter, 1977-1981
.927   Administration of Ronald Reagan,
         1981-1989
.928   Administration of George Bush,
         1989-1993
.929   Administration of Bill Clinton,
         1993–
973 General history of North America 973
 973 United States             22nd
 …                            edition
.926    Administration of Jimmy (James
           Earl) Carter, 1977-1981
.927     Administration of Ronald Reagan,
           1981-1989
.928     Administration of George Bush,
           1989-1993
.929     Administration of Bill Clinton,
           1993–2001
.93    2001–
.931    Administration of George W. Bush,
           2001–
975 General history of North America 975
976       South central United States
               Gulf Coast states
…
    .01     Early history to 1700
    .02     1701-1799
    .03     1800-1865
             Class here 19th century
    .04     1865-
    .041     1865-1918
    .042     1918-1945
    .043     1945-1999
               Class here 20th century
    .044     2000-
978 General history of North America 978


 .7 Wyoming
   .701   Early history to 1868
            Including 19th century…
   .702   Territorial period, 1868-1890
   .703   Statehood period, 1890-
   .703 1   1890-1918
   .703 2   1918-1945
   .703 3   1945-1999
               Class here 20th century…
   .703 4   2000-
996     History of parts of world          996

 996    Other parts of Pacific
             Polynesia
  .001-.009 Standard subdivisions,
            groups, regions, persons of
            Polynesia
             As enumerated under 930-990
  .9       North central Pacific Hawaii


                                    19th
                                   edition
996     History of other areas          996

996    Other parts of Pacific
            Polynesia
 .001-.009 Standard subdivisions,
           groups, regions, persons of
           Polynesia
            As modified under 930-990
 .1       Southwest central Pacific
 …
 .9       North central Pacific islands
          Hawaii
                                 21st
                               edition
996     History of other areas          996

996    Other parts of Pacific
            Polynesia
 .001-.009 Standard subdivisions,
           groups, regions, persons of
           Polynesia
            As modified under 930-990
 .1       Southwest central Pacific
 …
 .9       North central Pacific islands
          Hawaii
                                 22nd
                               edition
Four volumes of DDC 22




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631        631.417
        Agriculture and related technologies     631
           6    Technology (applied science)
           63    Agriculture and related technologies
.4    Soil science
           631    Specific techniques… materials
           631.4 Soil science
       Class here interdisciplinary
           631.41 Soil chemistry
          631.417 soils
        works on Organic chemistry
.41    Soil chemistry
.416    Inorganic chemistry
.417    Organic chemistry
          Including humus
                    631.417
          Class here soil biochemistry
.42    Organic chemistry of soils
       Soil fertility

				
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