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Provides access to thousands of genealogy collections including historical maps and the Social Security death index (containing over 59 million names) plus census, church, court, and immigration records. Read about the differences between Ancestry.com Library Edition and Ancestry.com here.
This is a comprehensive database of biographical information on over 340,000 people from throughout history, around the world, and across all disciplines and subject areas. It combines more than 435,000 biographies from over 1,000 volumes of 135+ respected Gale sources, such as Contemporary Authors, with more than 538,000 full-text articles from nearly 300 magazines. Available for FREE to Indiana residents through INSPIRE.
Find vehicle repair and maintenance information including step-by-step procedures and wiring diagrams.
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A collection of resources for educators to use for lesson plans as well as portals for students and the general public researching the arts, literature, biographis, current events, geography, cultures, health, history, math, and science. Replaces the Student Resource Center. Provided for FREE to Indiana residents through INSPIRE.
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This genealogy database includes 22,000+ family and local history books, the U.S. Federal Census from 1790-1940, PERSI Index to 6,500+ genealogy and local history periodicals, Freedman’s Bank Records, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application files, U.S. Serial Set, and much more! Compare the genealogy databases HeritageQuest and Ancestry.com Library Edition here.
Access 124,747 digitized newspapers issues comprising 956,565 pages, all from the Indiana State Library's newspaper collection and freely accessible.
This is Indiana's digital library and is a collaboration of libraries, museums, archives, and related cultural organizations. Search by keyword or by general topics such as architecture, agriculture, government, and daily life. Find primary resources from Indiana history. Open access for all.
INSPIRE is the place to go when you need reliable, verifiable, quantifiable, and accurate information. It offers magazines, books, encyclopedias, and other resources for all Indiana residents. Research current events, science, business, health, notable people, hobbies, and much more from the library, school, home, or the office. INSPIRE includes over 2 dozen databases with thousands of magazines and journals with full text plus hundreds of newspapers from around the U.S. FREE to all Indiana residents.
Search for hundreds of printable Indiana legal forms including power of attorney, quit claim deeds, real estate, name change, wills, divorce, bankruptcy, and many more.
Provides access to thousands of full-text poems, short stories, and essays as well as the best known speeches of the past 2,500 years categorized into easily searchable genres. The database also includes over 1,000 plays covering the range of dramatic expression. Available for FREE to Indiana residents through INSPIRE.
Learn from over 3,000 courses on a variety of topics including business, web development, multimedia skills, Microsoft Office, and coding to name a few. The courses are on demand and delivered by expert instructors.
Search and browse several Indiana newspapers including The Evening Star from 1912-1919 and The Franklin Evening Star from 1920-1963. You can search The Daily Journal (1963-present) at Johnson County Public Library branches. On the INSPIRE homepage, click on "access the previous INSPIRE interface and use the Sign In option here" and then click on "Search additional Indiana newspapers in Newspapers.com" towards the bottom right. Provided for FREE to Indiana residents through INSPIRE.
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Do you ever want to find a good fiction book but don't know where to start? The NoveList database can help you out. It includes over 135,000 title listings, 110,000 annotations, 90,000 full-text reviews, 500 BookTalks, 350 award lists, and 250 book discussion guides. You can search by author, title, plot elements, keywords, or series for adult, teen, and children's fiction titles.
The premier source for the most up-to-date data for market, job, health care, and residential research. Great for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends and relatives, and much more. Visit the Resources for ReferenceUSA Users page for video tutorials and training guides on numerous topics including market research and job searching.
NOTE: If you have trouble linking to ReferenceUSA from this webpage, visit http://www.greenwoodlibrary.us/online-databases (sometimes the "www" will be missing). Also, for remote access you will need to first accept ReferenceUSA's Terms and Conditions before logging in with your library card number.
Use this award winning language immersion program to learn the foundations for 30 languages. Core lessons and focused activities for 50+ hours of Level 1 instruction will help you refine your grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Provided for FREE to Indiana residents through INSPIRE.
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Create a free account to track your progress studying for AP exams, the GED, ASVAB, TASC, SAT, ACT, civil service exams, and much more! Also, read Peterson's test prep books online, create resumes with the Online Resume Builder, and research colleges and professional programs. Available for FREE to Indiana residents through INSPIRE.
This free database is composed of millions of records built from the bibliographic and ownership information from contributing libraries. Records for everything from stone tablets to electronic books, wax recordings to MP3s, DVDs and websites are incluced. Records typically have library holdings information attached to show where they can be accessed (for libraries that are part of OCLC--Greenwood Public Library is not a member).