Ancestry Library Edition, the largest online family history resource available, provides unprecedented access to family history via documents that record the lineage of individuals from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and more.
Powered by Ancestry.com, it brings the world’s most popular consumer online family history resource to our library.
Answers await all our users—professional or hobbyist, expert or novice, genealogist or historian—inside the thousands of databases of family information. User-friendly search tools and comprehensive indexing make it easy to start discovering personal histories.
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Britannica Annals of American History
Annals of American History
This valuable online chronicle provides a year-by-year documentary of American thought, action, and daily life.
Read the original words of more than 1,500 authors who made and analyzed American history through speeches, writings, and interviews.
Annals of American History is organized by time, subject, and author to allow students to learn the relationships between important events and issues. It is ideal for research as well as thought-provoking discussions and debates.
Britannica Online Reference Center and Britannica Online for Kids.
The adult edition includes information from the reliable, authoritative source, Encyclopedia Britannica, with all of the articles in the print set, plus a dictionary, world atlas, notable quotations, current magazine and journal articles, and live news feeds.
The other version is for elementary, middle, and high school students. It includes two encyclopedias, a dictionary, interactive timelines, world atlas, video clips for school projects, age-appropriate magazine articles, recommended websites, and live news feeds.