Databases and Online Learning Resources
Ancestry.com is a great way to conduct genealogy searches in order to understand your family heritage. It is available onsite for all library users. In this database, there are billions of records to support your search. Commonly referenced records are birth, marriage, divorce, death, and military. Often people have more than one record to trace their life history and Ancestry uses these records to build a cohesive trail into the past.
AtoZ Maps Online
With AtoZ Maps Online, you have approximately 145,000 maps at your fingertips. This combination of proprietary maps and maps from other reputable sources gives you a “one-stop shop” for content that can be downloaded and used without any copyright restrictions. Notable categories: World Maps, Continent Maps, Country Maps, State Maps, Antique Maps, Historical Maps, Outline Maps, U.S. Topographic Maps, Geography Quiz Game, and Geography Lesson Plans
AtoZ Maps Online is a great resource for local students, teachers, genealogy researchers, hikers, hobbyists, and more.
AtoZ the USA
AtoZ the USA is the most comprehensive database for U.S. information on the market today. With the option to explore the country as a whole, or research a specific state or one of five US territories, AtoZ the USA will give your patrons in-depth access to a broad range of topics, including: Official State Animals & Plant, Historical Timelines, Modern & Antique Downloadable Maps, National Symbols, State Symbols, Food & Recipes, Demographics, Culture & Society, Geography Learning Resources, and Government & Politics.
AtoZ the USA is a great resource for school projects and patrons traveling the country.