Encyclopedia Britannica Spanish Reference Center

Encyclopedia Britannica Spanish Reference Center  le ofrece recursos de referencia en español en dos interfaces exclusivas — cada una con una enciclopedia adaptada a las necesidades del lector: Enciclopedia Moderna para los estudiantes de preparatoria y universidad y Britannica Escolar para estudiantes de primaria y secundaria.

[This site offers resources in Spanish for all ages in two unique interfaces, each with its own comprehensive encyclopedia: Enciclopedia Moderna for high school and college students and Britannica Escolar for elementary and middle school students.]


Encyclopedia of Chicago

Free online version of the award winning reference work on Chicago’s history and culture.


Evanston Care Network

More than ever, our community is in need. If you or anyone you know is need of resources related to food, shelter, health care, employment, financial assistance, mental health support, and more, Evanston Care Network provides a one-stop portal for getting help from verified providers. For further assistance using the Evanston Care Network, call the Library at 847-448-8630 or call 311.


Evanston City Directories

Evanston City Directories are located in the Evanstoniana Room in the Reference Department, 3rd floor. These directories list names of residents alphabetically with occupation and names of family members living at the address. Businesses are listed alphabetically and by type of business. Most have reverse listings by street name and number.


Evanston History Center Historic Newspaper Collection, 1872-1922

This newspaper collection was digitized from Evanston History Center’s microfilm collection of Evanston newspapers. It includes: Evanston Index (6/6/1872 to 12/19/1914), Evanston Daily News (4/1/1912 – 12/31/1914), and Evanston News-Index (1/1/1915 – 12/30-1922).


Evanston Women’s History Project Research Database

The Evanston Women’s History Project research database contains information about women and women’s organizations that the project has researched. It provides basic biographical and historical information, details about the significance of many women and women’s organizations, some information about sites where they lived and worked, and resources for researchers.


Explore More Illinois

Explore More Illinois is a free service provided by the library that provides instant online access to free and discounted tickets to museums, science centers, sporting events, zoos, park districts, theaters, and other fun and local cultural venues.


Family Search

The largest collection of free family history, family tree and genealogy records in the world. From the Church of Latter Day Saints Family history Library.


FirstSearch

Gateway to several periodical databases and library catalogs, including OCLC’s WorldCat catalog of library holdings nationwide.


Flipster

Read some of your favorite magazines on Flipster. Access via a web browser or download the Flipster app to your Android, iPhone or iPad, or Kindle Fire. There is no limit to the number of magazines you can borrow at a time.


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