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The Adams County Library System has purchased the following reference tools for your use. To access the various databases, you must enter your 14-digit library card number. If you’re asked for a pin, enter the last 4-digits of your barcode.
POWER Library Network. Access thousands of full-text periodical articles, newspapers, and a major encyclopedia, plus photographs, pictures, charts, maps, and reference materials.
A to Z the USA. Looking for information on a state? Have a report due soon? Planning on moving? Find information on all 50 states and 5 US territories here!
Around the World
A to Z Maps Online. What kind of map are you looking for? Antique, Environmental, Geographic, US, Weather…all these maps can be found within.
Global Road Warrior. Need information on a country? Want to know what the National Cuisine of Cameroon is like? Global Road Warrior has all the information you’re looking for.
Mango. Each lesson in this language-learning database combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. Users learn actual conversation, breaking down complex conversational elements within an audio-visual framework.
School & Career
Brainfuse JobNow. Just beginning your job search? JobNow offers personality assessments as well as resume and cover letter templates and examples, live interview practice, online resources, local job search websites, and more.
Additional career resources are available on the adult resources page.
Heritage Quest. Search this large collection of Historical and Genealogical materials. You may search Census records at this site and print complete pages of Census record books.
Obituary Index. The Library System maintains an Obituary Index to the local newspaper. It is easy to search and copies of the obituary may be ordered from the Adams County Historical Society using this form.
Additional geneaology resources are available on the adult resources page.
Try Ask Here PA. It’s a service that connects you to a live chat with a librarian.