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Gale  Databases

Opposing Viewpoints in Context - great for persuasive essays, global, and general topics

Gale Science in Context - authoritative information covering all major science topics, images, videos, experiments, biographies, and dictionaries.

World History in Context - Multimedia content supporting National Curriculum Standards

U.S. History in Context - Multimedia content supporting National Curriculum Standards

Gale Virtual Reference Library - Gale (ebooks, encyclopedia and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research).  Note:  the catalog has additional ebooks provided by other sources.  This link connects to Gale ebooks only.

 

Churchill Archive - Inlcuding over 800,000 pages of primary source documents, produced between 1874 and 1965, raning from Winston churchill's personal correspondence to his official exhanges with kings, presidents, politicians, and military leaders.

 


eBooks - eBooks are great for multidisplinary research and pleasure reading

 

 eBooks can be accessed, from school and home, through the Library's Online Catalog - search in the box below by Title, Author, Subject, or Keyword

 


WORLD BOOK ONLINE 

   Primary sources, encyclopedic articles, ebooks and more.

 

ASKRI.ORG

    Free access to databases and other online resources provided by the state.  

 

CultureGrams

World Edition contains primary-source reports on 208 countries and territories, focusing on 25 cultural categories, including language, personal appearance, greetings, visiting, family, life cycle, and more.

States and Provinces Editions feature colorful, easy-to-read reports oriented to young users that describe the diversity and history of each U.S. state, the District of Columbia, and all 13 provinces of Canada.  Each report includes maps, flags, and symbols, as well as sections on history, economy, geography, population, Native Americans, and recipes.

 

 

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