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Library of Congress Demographic Group Terms

 

      • Agricultural engineers
      • Albanians (New York State)
      • Aleppines
      • Algiers, Algeria, residents
      • American Sign Language, Students of
      • American Sign Language, Teachers of
      • Amharic, Students of
      • Ankarans
      • Annapolitans
      • Arbitrators
      • Athabaskanists
      • Athenians (Greece)
      • Bamileke (African people)
      • Baton Rougeans
      • Belgraders
      • Betawi (Southeast Asian people)
      • Bogotans
      • Cabo Verdean Americans
      • Cameroonian Americans
      • Cantonese, Students of
      • Celiac disease, People with
      • Chickasaw, Students of
      • Chilangos
      • Cincinnatians
      • Climatologists
      • Commonwealth Book Prize winners
      • Congolese (Democratic Republic) Americans
      • Copenhageners
      • Cowlitz speakers
      • Cree speakers
      • Cree, Students of
      • Cree, Teachers of
      • Dakar, Senegal, residents
      • Dari, Students of
      • Deans (University and college administrators)
      • Detectives
      • Dhakaites
      • Drug dealers
      • Dubliners (Ireland)
      • Felons
      • Fire ecologists
      • Franco-Ontarians
      • Frisian speakers
      • Ghanaian Americans
      • Greek, Students of
      • Guaraní speakers
      • Harareans
      • Haudenosaunee (North American people)
      • Hispanists
      • Historical musicologists
      • Hmong Daw speakers
      • Hmong speakers
      • Hmong, Students of
      • Horticulturists
      • Hurufis
      • Hydrologists
      • Imams (Worship leaders)
      • Indian Malaysians
      • Invertebrate zoologists
      • Ipohites
      • Iranian French
      • Jamaican Americans
      • Johannesburgers
      • Juneauites
      • Karachiites
      • Kazakh speakers
      • Kazakh, Students of
      • Khmer, Students of
      • KLites
      • Kyivans
      • Labor historians
      • Labor union members
      • Latin, Students of
      • Latvian Americans
      • Lichenologists
      • Limeños
      • Limnologists
      • Lincolnites
      • Luso Americans
      • Mandarin, Students of
      • Mathematics students
      • Maturidites
      • Mauians
      • Merchants
      • Mindanaoans
      • Minskites
      • Mohawk (North American people)
      • Moriscos
      • Multiracial people
      • Mycologists
      • Nakoda speakers
      • Nakoda, Students of
      • Naqshabandis
      • National Book Award winners
      • Navajo speakers
      • Navajo, Students of
      • Navajo, Teachers of
      • Neustadt Prize winners
      • North Frisian speakers
      • Nursery growers
      • Ojibwa, Teachers of
      • Okanagan speakers
      • Okanagan, Students of
      • Onondaga speakers
      • Onondaga, Students of
      • Onondaga, Teachers of
      • Orphans
      • Orthodox Jews
      • Pacific Islander Canadians
      • Paleoclimatologists
      • Papua New Guineans
      • Papuans (Indonesia)
      • Papuans (Melanesian people)
      • PEN America Literary Award winners
      • Penangites
      • Podgoricians
      • Politicians' partners
      • Port-au-Prince, Haiti, residents
      • Prix Senghor winners
      • Punjabi Malaysians
      • Punjabi speakers
      • Punjabi, Students of
      • Punjabis (South Asian people)
      • Quechua, Students of
      • Romansh speakers
      • Russian, Teachers of
      • Saint Louisans
      • Saint Petersburgers
      • Sanskrit, Students of
      • Santa Feans
      • Saterfriesisch speakers
      • Serbian, Students of
      • Sindhologists
      • Sinixt (North American people)
      • Somali Americans
      • Somali Finns
      • Stevedores
      • Sudanese French
      • Swabians
      • Tamil Malaysians
      • Tunisian French
      • Tunisians (Tunis)
      • Upstate New Yorkers
      • Urdu, Students of
      • Zoology teachers

 

Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music Terms

 

 

Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

 

 

      • Biographical musicals
      • Blackout sketches
      • Drag television programs
      • Gay musicals
      • Gay operas
      • Lesbian musicals
      • Lesbian operas
      • Oracle cards
      • Promptbooks
      • Satirical drama
      • Satirical fiction
      • Satirical operas
      • Tarot cards
      • Transgender operas
      • Verse hagiographies
      • Visitor surveys
      • Word puzzles and games

 

Library of Congress Subject Headings

 

      • Aceh (Indonesia)--History--Autonomy and independence movements
      • Activism
      • Activism--Religious aspects
      • Activism--Religious aspects--Neopaganism
      • African American sexual minority women
      • African American women in comics
      • Agilkia Island (Egypt)
      • Alai Darwaza (Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, Delhi, India)
      • Aloinella (Mosses)
      • Amar Singh Gate (Agra Fort, Agra, India)
      • Ana Sagar Lake (Ajmer, India)
      • Animal declines
      • Anti-Greek Riots, Istanbul, Turkey, 1955, in literature
      • Architecture, Balinese
      • Art objects, Indic
      • Astaxanthin
      • Authorship--Religious aspects--Neopaganism
      • Bahrainis
      • Basalt buildings
      • Batak fiction
      • Batak literature
      • Bhadra Fort (Ahmadābād, India)
      • Bisexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity
      • Black lives matter movement in art
      • Bora Bazaar (Mumbai, India : Bazaar)
      • Buddhist poetry, Lao
      • Capitol Hill Organized Protest, Seattle, Wash., 2020
      • Caravan Bridge (İzmir, Turkey)
      • Carey Island (Selangor, Malaysia)
      • Catherine Montgomery Interpretive Center (Wash.)
      • Cemplon
      • Chain bridges
      • Chakraswamin Temple (Chittaurgarh, India)
      • Chan (Poetry)
      • Chandpol Bazaar (Jaipur, India)
      • Charminar (Hyderabad, India)
      • Chashme Shahi Garden (Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India)
      • Cold seeps
      • Comox language
      • Corn--Symbolic aspects
      • Cultural rights
      • Cyclooctatetraene
      • Decoration and ornament--Korea--History--To 935
      • Decoration and ornament, Silla
      • Detector selection
      • Didactic poetry, Achinese
      • Diwan-i Am (Agra Fort, Agra, India)
      • Dodaidi
      • Domination games (Mathematics)
      • Doorkeepers
      • Dusun Tatana (Bornean people)
      • Dystopias in art
      • English literature--Bahraini authors
      • Evangelicalism--Relations--Russkai︠a︡ pravoslavnai︠a︡ t︠s︡erkovʹ
      • Evil, Non-resistance to--Religious aspects
      • Evil, Non-resistance to--Religious aspects--Russkai͡a pravoslavnai͡a t͡serkovʹ
      • Experimental fiction, Indonesian
      • Farewells in art
      • Fashion--Turkish influences
      • Federation Forest State Park (Wash.)
      • Fiddlers in art
      • Figurines, Indic
      • Fryingpan Rockshelter (Wash.)
      • Gay men in comics
      • Gender-nonconforming people--Identity
      • Giray dynasty,  1441-1783
      • Giray family
      • Girls, Fula
      • Grantmaking
      • Great Slave Lake, East Arm (N.W.T.)
      • Guards Crimean War Memorial (London, England)
      • Gwalior Fort (Gwalior, India)
      • Hababam Sınıfı films
      • Haemorhous
      • Hakims' Hammam (Fatehpur Sikri, India)
      • Historical musicologists
      • Hoppers (Containers)
      • Howdahs
      • Indonesia--History--Aceh Conflict, 1976-2005
      • Infrastructure (Economics) in comics
      • Integrated reporting
      • Interfacial engineering
      • Internalized racism
      • Inupiat children
      • Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway (N.W.T.)
      • Iswari Minar Swarga Sal (Jaipur, India)
      • Jahangir's Quadrangle (Lahore Fort, Lahore, Pakistan)
      • Jataka stories in art
      • Jatashankar Mahadev Temple (Chittorgarh Fort, Chittaurgarh, India)
      • Jodh Bai's Palace (Fatehpur Sikri, India)
      • Journalism, Fascist
      • Kalamakaras
      • Kerinci (Indonesian people)
      • Khulṭ (Arab people)
      • Khwabgah (Fatehpur Sikri, India)
      • Kurdish nationalism
      • Kurdish question
      • Kurds--Turkey--History--Autonomy and independence movements
      • Latinas (Temples)
      • Lead sculpture
      • Lead sculpture, Sukhothai
      • Leaf-veined slugs
      • Lebanon--History--October Revolution, 2019
      • Lesbians in comics
      • LGBT activism
      • LGBT symbols
      • Lullabies, Achinese
      • Magic in activism
      • Mainland Comox dialect
      • Makaras (Hindu mythology)
      • Makaras (Hindu mythology) in art
      • Male homosexuality in comics
      • Mammisis
      • Meera Temple (Chittaurgarh Fort, India)
      • Men's clothing--Turkish influences
      • Mosaics, Mogul Empire
      • Mountain meadows--Public use
      • Mpi (Thai people)
      • Names, Geographical--Khmer
      • Necklaces in art
      • Ọza (African people)
      • Pamesuans
      • Pan-Asianism
      • Pansexual people
      • Pansexual people--Identity
      • Pattani Bay (Thailand)
      • Phadung Krung Kasem Canal (Bangkok, Thailand)
      • Philae Temple Complex (Egypt)
      • Phra Čhēdī Lūang (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
      • Portrait sculpture, Kushan
      • Portrait sculpture, Śuṅga
      • Portraits, Turkish
      • Press, Fascist
      • Pride flags
      • Print capitalism
      • Proverbs, Tamazight
      • Providence Bay (Russia)
      • Purple finch
      • Rami Kışlası (Istanbul, Turkey)
      • Relief (Sculpture), Pallava
      • Riddles, Lao
      • Rock Fort (Tiruchchirāppalli, India)
      • Russian American authors
      • Russkai͡a pravoslavnai͡a t͡serkovʹ--Relations--Evangelicalism
      • Sculpture, Mah Meri
      • Sculpture, Silla
      • Sculpture, Sukhothai
      • Sea level in art
      • Sea oats
      • Sexual minorities in comics
      • Sexual minorities' writings, Austrian
      • Sexual minorities' writings, German
      • Sexual minorities' writings, Swiss (German)
      • Sherwanis
      • Shīʻah in literature
      • Short stories, Batak
      • Silat pulut
      • Skagit language
      • Slow earthquakes
      • Southern question (Yemen)
      • Sovereign citizens movement
      • Spencer Spit State Park (Wash.)
      • Strand Road (Kolkata, India)
      • Stringed instrument players in art
      • Subrahmanya Shrine (Pirakatīsvarar Tirukkōyil, Thanjāvūr, India)
      • Sufi poetry, Indonesian
      • Sultans as authors
      • Surasundaris
      • Ta Keo (Angkor)
      • Tashelhit literature
      • Tashelhit poetry
      • Teen Darwaza (Bhadra Fort, Ahmadābād, India)
      • Temple block music
      • Temple blocks
      • Temple of Isis (Philae Temple Complex, Egypt)
      • Terra-cotta sculpture, Gandhara
      • Terra-cotta sculpture, Gupta
      • Terra-cotta sculpture, Śuṅga
      • Thai youth
      • Thrace Pogroms, Turkey, 1934
      • Trojan War in opera
      • Trojans in opera
      • Tupiks
      • Turkey--History--Murad II, 1421-1444
      • Turkey--History--Murad II, 1446-1451
      • Turkey--History--Mustafa I, 1617-1618
      • Turkey--History--Mustafa I, 1622-1623
      • Turkey--History--Turkish-Kurdish Conflict, 1978-
      • Udon
      • Uniola
      • Ushkur Site (India)
      • Visitor surveys
      • Votive tablets
      • Witchcraft in activism
      • Witsuwit'en dialect
      • Women, Circassian
      • Women, Circassian, in literature
      • Women flute players
      • Women flute players in art
      • Women graphic artists
      • Women stringed instrument players
      • Women stringed instrument players in art
      • Wood bison populations--Estimates
      • Youths' writings, Lao
      • Yuit Eskimo women