(Los recursos para hispanohablantes se enumeran en una página separada.)
Starting January 1, 2022, Ancestry is available only at the library.
Learn about your ancestors. Search over 1.2 billion records in over 3,000 databases, including the US Census and school yearbooks, to find records and digitized documents.
Search the digital US Census records from 1790-1940 or the full-text of 25,000 family and local history books in Heritage Quest.
Reference Solutions (formerly ReferenceUSA)
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Find U.S. white pages and yellow pages, as well as demographic details and heat maps for U.S. and Canadian businesses. Get the most out of Reference USA by visiting their Learning Center.
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Biography (Gale in Context)
Search for people in articles and books, based on personal facts such as name, birth and death year, nationality, ethnicity, occupation, and gender.
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Tip: look at general knowledge resources
Looking for something a little broader in scope with less detailed information? Try a general knowledge resource.