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Genealogical service that includes over a billion individual ancestral entries worldwide. Additional content—including millions of records and images—is available in-library only.
Get step-by-step instructions on how to set up an account (first-time users must create an account; a library card is not needed but name and birthdate are required):
Access to 14 databases, including both indexes to articles and books and some full text.
More than 20 current subscriptions to popular magazines. Available on iOS, Android, and Kindle HD/HDX, and in browser on laptop/desktop. Need help? Browse FAQs and watch video tutorials for iOS devices, Android and Kindle HD/HDX devices, and laptop/desktops.
Checkout periods & lending limits
- Unlimited checkouts—simultaneous access, no waiting!
- Lending period: None. Keep titles for as long as you choose!
Foundation Directory Online (FDO) (access available at the Main Library only)
Candid’s grant-seeking tool, which includes 232,000+ funder profiles, 18.4+ million grants, 900,000+ grant recipient profiles, and 1+ million key grant decision-makers and leaders, along with contacts, maps, charts, federal grants, requests for proposals (RFPs), and more.
As a Funding Information Network partner, the library provides access to Candid’s websites: Foundation Directory Online and Grants to Individuals, both offering information and resources to assist and strengthen nonprofit organizations.
Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia
Images, maps, and full-text articles on a wide variety of subject areas.