Browse, check out, and read magazines in your browser and download to mobile apps. Once you checkout a magazine you may keep it as long as you wish. Get started by creating a new account using your library card.
Features 5,000 reviews from everything from new and used cars to dishwashers and gas grills. Before you make a major purchase, be sure to check CRO. Use your library card number to sign in.
A collection of magazine, journal, and newspaper indexes offering something for everyone. Enjoy full-text articles on subjects ranging from business to health. Read the full-text The New York Times free! These databases are for all ages. (Access anywhere in VT; for access from another state, ask us.)
Vermont newspapers have been added to Newspapers.com! Millions of pages from Vermont newspapers dating from the 1700s through 1922 have been digitized and are now available free to state residents through the MyVermont.gov state portal. Create an account to access at: https://secure.vermont.gov/myvermont/.
A comprehensive treasury of American genealogical sources—rich in unique primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids. Use your library card number to sign in.
Offers free walk-in access to legal research databases, various legal self-help books, and Vermont legal materials. For more information or to send in questions, contact the “Ask a Law Librarian Line” at 802-831-1313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth Mine Superfund Site, Strafford, VT: www.epa.gov/superfund/elizmine
Note: the library also has hard copy reports and computer files related to Elizabeth Mine; please ask staff if you wish to access them.