Databases to use with:

Databases to use with your SPENCER Library Card.

You need to have a Spencer Library Card for Spencer Databases, or visit the library to have a Spencer bar code attached to your C/WMARS card.

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You can learn from video tutorials on just about any topic you can imagine (accounting, marketing, computers, web design, email, film, iPads, languages, music lessons, note taking, podcasts, Facebook, sharing photos…)

Cypress Resume

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Genealogical & historical sources,

U.S. Federal Censuses, books, bank records, and more. Unique primary sources, local & family histories.

Ancestry Library Edition

Ancestry Library logoGenealogy collection 200+ billion images in 7,000 unique databases. The world’s most popular online genealogy resource. THIS DATABASE IS IN-LIBRARY USE ONLY.

MA Residents


eBooks, lots of online resources, databases, videos and more…

 Massachusetts eBook Collections 

You will need your library card number and PIN.

(If you do not know your C/WMARS pin: come in or call the library @ 508-885-7513.)

Commonwealth eBook Collections logoThe easiest way to find eBooks and other online resources in this collection is to submit a search using the Commonwealth eBook Collections.

axis 360eBook Collection consists of bestsellers in fiction and nonfiction.

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eBook Collection consists of primary sources, historical documents, images, video…

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Boston Public Library (BPL) eCards has a large collection of eBooks, audio books, videos, music, magazines & other online. All residents of Massachusetts can use the Boston Public Library’s electronic resources. Sign up for a BPL eCard to get started.

 Massachusetts Historical Collections

Digital Commonwealth: Massachusetts Collections On-line.

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This collection provides access to photographs, manuscripts, books, audio recordings, and other materials of historical interest.


The State Library of Massachusetts digital photograph collection predominantly consists of the 26th Yankee Division soldiers who served in World War I. 

This collection donated by the Boston Globe in 1935, represents over 8,500 soldiers from MA and other areas in the northeast and contains over 11,000 images. Accompanying many of these photographs are “cut slips” produced by Boston Globe staff, which include biographical and military information, as well as newspaper clippings.

Massachusetts Statewide Databases

Gale Power Search

Find information on just about anything. This database includes the Boston Globe, New York Times, magazines, health, medical, sports, biography, gardening, business, global issues, travel, history, careers, tourism, information for children, and much more!

 Resources For New Books, What’s Next In Series, and Title/Author Read-A-Likes

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