Ancestry Library edition is the library’s version of “ancestry.com.” While it is only available for patron use in the library – not remotely – it is an amazing resource for ancestral research. This database provides access to US, state, and territorial census records, as well as global records.
The Consumer Reports website is available for in-library use only. Stop in and we can get you up in running on a library computer or bring your own.
Looking for an article in a popular magazine or an obscure academic journal? EBSCO offers thousands of full-text periodicals, in addition to thousands more journal citations. Of particular interest, this resource includes full-text access to the print version of Consumer Reports, available for at home use!
HeritageQuest Online is now powered by Ancestry.com, providing exciting new content, new search pages, and new tools previously unavailable to users. When conducting genealogical research, you can now us HeritageQuest in tandem with Ancestry Library. Unlike Ancestry Library, HeritageQuest offers at home access to US Census records!
OverDrive: Free downloadable audiobooks & eBooks, offered through the New Hampshire Downloadable Books Consortium! (Please call the library for your log in number, if you do not already know it.)
Do you know what types of books you like to read, but can’t figure out what to read next? NoveList Plus will help you find fiction and non-fiction titles just for you! You can find book titles in genres you like, or by authors who treat similar subjects. This is an invaluable resource for readers of all shapes and sizes.