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Ancestry.com Library Edition
Ancestry.com Library Edition provides researchers access to birth, baptism and christening, census, court, death, divorce, immigration, marriage, and military records, as well as research compiled by other users. Provided by Proquest.
FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. It strives to create and link the best and most valuable research resources and provides access to billions of records from around the word. Requires a free account to use.
For eye-witness accounts of history being made, search Newspaper Archive’s unique collection. You’ll see images of newspapers just as they appeared when first printed, including not only news stories, but also advertising, cartoons, editorials, photographs, and more.
HeritageQuest Online offers researchers the opportunity to search U.S. federal census records. Other materials include: the Periodical SourceIndex (PERSI) and the Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. Provided by Proquest. Remotely accessible with library card.
HistoryGeo.com is a powerful tool for genealogists and historians. A database for locating original landowners in the United States, the First Landowners Project allows users to view information about landowners and legal descriptions of land in a geographic context.
Chilton Automotive Library gives people access to free information on vehicle maintenance and repairs. Simply click the link and enter your library card number to get started.
Gale Legal Forms gives people access to free legal forms. Click the link and enter your card number to get started!
Indiana INSPIRE gives Indiana residents access to journal articles, academic resources, news, and more.