We have great resources for our patrons who want to learn to speak a new language, find an obscure article, or maybe track down their ancestors.
The Library Catalog Is Online
- Search for books, movies, and more HERE.
- What else can you do?
1. Place holds on items
2. Create lists of items (public or private)
3. See what items you have checked out or have placed a hold on
4. Review your check-out/reading history
5. Make a purchase or inter-library loan suggestion (search for something we don’t have to do this).
Now how cool is that? To access these services, you’ll need to log in with a user name and password. Contact us to set these up for you.
Online Article Searches and Databases
The New Hampshire State Library provides New Hampshire’s libraries with access to online database products to assist them in their mission of meeting the information needs of the people they serve. Through NHewLINK, every public library in the state has access to the same core resources. In many cases, these resources are also available to NH residents at home as well.
- To provide universal access to essential information resources for every resident of New Hampshire through their local public library and from home;
- To support the information needs of all New Hampshire residents.
To explore NHewLINK, click Here.
A powerpoint presentation on using local resources to do genealogy research.
The library has a subscription to Ancestry.com, contact email@example.com for more information.
Inside the library, you will find the New Hampshire room, an archive of historical books, documents and maps. For the Runnels History, both volumes are available online to researchers.