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With the Gale Digital Collections historical databases you can do free searches for primary resource materials, such as maps, photos, newspapers, manuscripts, periodicals, portraits, correspondence, sermons, poems, and more. The nearly 200 million pages of digital historical content contain materials from
"Use it or lose it!" is the best advice when it comes to brain health, according to scientific research. A recent Canadian study, which reviewed global research from as far back as the 1960s, suggests medication and vitamin supplements aren't helping seniors maintain their brain function...Click here to read more of this and other Senior Slant blog posts.
The Library is launching a new digital service: OneClickdigital. OneClickdigital brings recorded books eAudio together with a classics-focused eBook service. OneClickdigital’s strength is eAudio, if you’re a fan of audiobooks, then this service is for you! Have a look at our Guide to OneClickdigital to get started today.
Interested in genealogy? Want to search your family history using free online and print resources? Time to write down your family stories? Want to be inspired by a professional storyteller and her ancestors? You have four chances—four roads—to connect with your roots through the Library's Roads to your Roots event series. Choose one, some or all of these free opportunities: