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If you are looking for a magazine or journal article and don't find it in our databases, you can request a copy of the article through interlibrary loan.
See databases like the Agriculture Collection and Computer Database on our General OneFile Collections page.
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Go to Ancestry Library Edition (available only in the library)
Search U.S. Census; military records; court, land and probate records; vital and church records; directories; passenger lists and more for your genealogical and historical research needs.
Search for magazine articles, newspaper articles, pictures, maps, book excerpts, and TV or radio transcripts.
Provides free 24/7 access to newspapers, magazine & journal articles, encyclopedias, and more! Materials are available for all age ranges and interests. You can use Basic Search, Advanced Search, or see a list of available databases and customized collections.
Search millions of news and periodical articles for information on business, current events, economics, education, environmental issues, health care, hobbies, humanities, law, literature and art, politics, science, sports, technology, and more. Updated daily.
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Find ancestors and relatives in U.S. Federal Census Records from 1790-1940, information on people and places described in local and family histories, and genealogical information from an index of over 1.6 million articles. You can also search Revolutionary War era pension and bounty-land warrant application files and search for individuals in Freedman's Bank (1865-1874).
This resource for Students in Kindergarten through Grade 5 features a developmentally appropriate, visually graphic interface, a subject-based topic tree search, and full-text, age-appropriate, curriculum-related magazines, newspapers and reference books on a variety of subjects.
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Search smarter with access to 400+ encyclopedias, dictionaries, our Gale databases, recommended web sites, and more. Watch video tutorials or get live Homework Help from expert teachers, too.
Literature Criticism Online features full-text articles from Twentieth Century Literary Criticism (v. 1-187), Contemporary Literary Criticism (v. 1-235), and access to Gale's Literary Index.
Get complete issues of National Geographic Kids magazine from 2009-present, downloadable images, National Geographic Kids books on history, biography, science & technology, and National Geographic Readers, which cover wildlife, pets, nature, & more.
Find interesting books to read, with information about fiction and non-fiction titles. Search for similar books and get recommendations based on your reading interests.
Find print and online resources on specific subjects created by Pamunkey Regional Library Reference Librarians. These guides include web sites and databases that are available anywhere 24/7. If you need assistance with any of the resources listed, email email@example.com or call the Atlee, Ashland, or Mechanicsville Branch Libraries and ask to speak with a Reference Librarian.
- African-American History
- The American Civil War
- Biographies and More
- Career and Job Searching Information
- Computers and Technology
- Copyright, the Commons, and Public Domain
- Creating Citations
- Health and Wellness
- Home Improvement and DIY
- Homework Help
- Ideas for Crafty Kids
- Learn a Language
- Literature & More
- Live Better for Less
- Parenting and Child Development
- Science Experiments
- Small Business and Entrepreneurship
- Testing Preparation & Student Resources
- Virginia Law
- Wedding Planning
Go to Research in Context in the Library or outside the Library: Research tools like age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and much more for students in grades 6-8 in core subjects including literature, science, social studies, and history.
Go to Salem Online: Salem Online includes the complete content of three series of historical reference - Milestone Documents, The Decades, and Great Lives from History and "Critical Insights" series, classic and current literary criticism of the world’s most-studied authors and titles.
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