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Featured Resource: Ancestry Library Edition

October is National Family History Month and the library has the perfect resource for exploring your family's history. Ancestry.com Library Edition contains millions of records (census, vital, military, etc.) from all over the world that can be used to trace your family's history. Try it today using one of the library's computers or your own computer (inside the library only). Please ask a staff member for assistance if you need help getting started!

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  • Explora for Children - Explora for children  (grades k-5) is a research tool that enables a quick search of articles, essays, and primary source documents including journals, abstracts, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias, dictionaries, books, biographies, and historical essays.
  • Explora for Teens - This resource for teens (grades 6-12) includes full-text articles from magazines, newspapers, reference books and encyclopedias, biographies, country reports, primary documents, TV and radio news transcripts, and a dictionary.
  • NewsBank - (NewsBank has updated their website! Try the new version). Search current and archived coverage of issues, events, people, government, sports and more from 2,400 U.S. newspapers (includes the Concord Monitor and Union Leader).
  • EbscoHost - Children's / YA - Students are able to access full text magazine articles from more than 700 popular magazines, pamphlets, reference books, and primary documents. There is an image collection of more than 200,000 photographs, maps, and flags. This resource is composed of Primary Search, for elementary grades; Middle Search for middle school students; and MAS Ultra for high school students.
  • ALA Great Websites for Kids - A collection of helpful websites for homework in all subject areas.