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This is a complete list of the Library of Congress subject headings that have been used in the PADA collection. Click each subject to see items associated with that topic.

A

Acolytes
Actors
Agriculture
Alcoholism
Almshouses
Altars
Ambassadors
Angola--History--Revolution, 1961-1975
Antique and classic cars
Artists
Ascension Day
Assault and battery
Attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 1941
Automobile insurance
Automobile theft
Azorean Americans

B

Bakeries
Bakery employees
Baking
Balls (parties)
Baptism
Baptismal records
Barbershops
Bars (Drinking establishments)
Baseball coaches
Baseball teams
Basketball teams
Beaches
Berries--Harvesting
Bingo
Birth certificates
Birthday parties
Black Americans
Blind
Boardinghouses
Boiler technicians
Bookmakers (Gambling)
Bowling
Boxing
Boy Scouts
Brazilian Americans
Broadcast journalism
Building--Estimates
Bullfights
Bullying in schools
Burglary

C

Cabo Verdean Americans
Campaign management
Camps
Candlepin bowling
Canoes and canoeing
Career fairs
Carillon music
Catholic Church--Dioceses
Catholic Church--Finance
Catholic Church--Societies, etc.
Cats
Cemeteries
Childbirth at home
Children of immigrants
Choirs (Music)
Christmas
Christmas cooking
Church architecture
Church calendar
Church group work with youth--Catholic Church
Cleaning compounds
Citizenship--Study and teaching
City council members
Civic leaders
Civilian Conservation Corps
Class reunions
Clowns
Code switching (Linguistics)
Comedy
Communism
Community activists
Community development, Urban
Community development--Religious aspects--Catholic Church
Community organization
Community schools
Composition (Music)
Conflict of generations
Confirmation
Consecration
Constitutions
Construction workers
Consuls
Cooking
Counseling in Higher Education
Cows
Crohn's disease in children
Crocheting
Crows as pets
Cultural assimilation
Cycling

D

Dance ensembles
Dance teachers
Dating
Demonstrations
Depressions--1929
Desegregation
Dictators
Diners (Restaurants)
Dining Cars
Dinners and dining
Drive-in theaters
Dogs
Donkeys
Draft
Drug abuse--Prevention
Drugstores

E

Earthquakes
Easter
Easter service
Education
Education, Bilingual
Engineering
English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers
Entertainers
Entrepreneurship
Eskimos
Ethnic food
Ethnic groups
Ethnic neighborhoods
Evening and continuation schools

F

Factories
Falls (accidents)
Fairs
Family violence
Farmers
Fashion shows
Fasts and feasts
Fathers and sons
Female impersonators
Festivals
Financial institutions
Fire fighters
Fires
Firearms accidents
First Confession and Communion
Fisheries
Fishers
Fishing
Flood damage
Folk dancing, Portuguese
Football
Forgiveness
Fourth of July
Fraternal organizations
Fullbright scholars
Funeral service

G

Girl Scouts
Graduation (school)
Grocer
Gunshot wounds
Gymnastics

H

Halloween
Headdresses
High school athletes
Hospital care
Hotel management
House painters
Hunting

I

Immigrant families
Immigrants
Immigrants--Cultural Assimilation--United States
Indigenous peoples--America
Infants--Death
Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919
Instrumentation and orchestration (Band)
Inventions
Irish Americans

K

Kidneys--Diseases
Kings and rulers

L

Labor unions
Lacrosse
Land tenure
Language teachers
Language policy
Lent
Lighthouses
Livestock
Loreto, Our Lady Of

M

Madeirans
Manners and customs
Marching bands
Marriage
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint
Meat industry and trade
Mechanics
Meningitis in children
Mental health
Merry-go-round
Military bands
Military religious orders
Military sketching
Mills and mill-work
Minstrel shows
Model minority stereotype
Mother's Day
Motion picture theaters
Motion pictures, Portuguese
Music
Music--Portuguese influences
Music teachers
Musical theater
Musicians

N

New Year
Nuns
Nursing homes

O

Oral tradition
Ordination
Orphanages
Orphans

P

Paperboys
Parades
Park facilities--Planning
Passports
Peafowl
Personal injuries
Physicians
Pneumonia in children
Poetry
Police
Political paraphernalia
Political posters
Politicians
Politics and government
Portugal--Colonies
Portugal--Emigration and immigration
Portugal--History
Portugal--History--Revolution, 1974
Portuguese American women
Portuguese language
Portuguese teachers
Post office buildings
Postmasters--United States
Postmortem photography
Poultry farms
Poverty
Processions, Religious--Catholic Church
Priests
Prohibition
Proms
Public welfare

Q

Queens

R

Race relations
Radio programs
Railroads--Employees
Real estate agents
Recipes
Regicide
Registers of births, etc.
Religious gatherings
Restaurateurs
Restaurants
Rug and carpet industry

S

Sailors
Seafaring life
Sexual harassment of men
School field trips
School photography
Schooners
Seventh-Day Adventists
Sewing
Shelters for the homeless
Shipbuilding
Ship captains
Shipwreck victims
Shipwrecks
Shrines
Sledding
Small-space advertising
Snow
Soccer
Social classes
Special education
Statue of Liberty (New York, N.Y.)
Statues
Statutes
Stores, Retail
Street life
Student counselor
Student government
Square-riggers
Sugarcane
Suicide
Sunday Schools
Supermarkets
Swimming

T

Tailors
Tax returns
Teachers
Television stations
Tenement houses
Tennis teams
Textile industry
Textile Workers' Strike, Lawrence, Mass., 1912
Track and field coaches
Tradition (Theology)
Traffic accidents
Transportation--Tickets
Trawlers (Persons)
Trawlers (vessels)
Trials
Tuberculosis

U


United States--Discovery and exploration
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
United States. Air force.
United States. Army.
United States. Army. Women's Army Corps.
United States. Marine Corps.
United States. Marine Corps. Marine Division, 3rd
United States. Navy.

V

Vessels (ships)
Veterans
Victory in Europe Day, 1945
Video arcades
Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Volcanos
Voter registration
Voting

W

Waste disposal
Weather
Weather forecasting
Wedding attendants
Wedding photography
Whaling
Wheat beer
Wills
Wine and wine making
Women in higher education
Women household employees
Women in community organization
Women physicians
Women's shelters
World War, 1914-1918
World War, 1939-1945
World War, 1939-1945--United States--Medals
World War, 1939-1945--United States--Prisoners and prisons
World War, 1939-1945--Women

Y

Youth--Alcohol use
Youth centers