Online Resources Collection

These reliable, accurate information sources are free with your library card number and password.

NEW! Fold3 Library Edition provides convenient access to US military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. (FOLD3)

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Experiments, diagrams, and other data on standard science subjects.

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  • You can browse the Science Resources to find an experiment for your Science Fair project.
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Salem History is an online database that covers American history, ancient history, and major historical events.

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The full-text of many literature reference books can be found here including Drama for Students, Novels for Students, Poetry for Students, Shakespeare for Students, and Short Stories for Students.

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  • Gale Virtual Reference Library contains full-text entries from the Encyclopedia of World Biography, as well as many other reference resources.
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Biographical and bibliographical information on current writers.

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  • Contemporary Authors can give you a chronological list of an author's books in a series.
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Biographical articles and references, searchable by name, profession, place of origin, gender, race/ethnicity, and birth and death dates.

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  • You can create a list of former and current female senators for your school report.
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Portraits of more than 18,500 men and women, from all eras and walks of life, whose lives have shaped the United States.

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Full-text obituaries and death notices by name, date, or keyword.

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  • You can view 90% of the recent deaths in the United States with extensive editorial review, indexing, and bibliographic information.
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AccessScience is the student’s gateway to research in science and technology. Continuously updated with more than 9,000 articles by leading scientists and rich with animations and videos, AccessScience puts authoritative, citable content within easy reach of any science student.

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