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A to Z List of Online Resources
An alternative list of Oregon museums by location.
This site focuses on U.S. history for kids, including information about the states, biographies of famous Americans, and other materials from the Library of Congress.
Ancestry produces what is often considered the preeminent genealogical database. In addition to fully indexed census records of all US census years, Ancestry contains thousands of other databases, including ship's records, banking records, vital statistics, and many, many more. (not accessible from patron's home - only available within the Lake Oswego, Oregon City, and Wilsonville Public Library buildings.)
On this site you can get a free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each credit reporting company.
Discover and learn about the world’s endangered animals, plants, and fungi
Research famous artists, find out where their art is exhibited, and more.
Owned by The Chronicle of Higher Education, this site provides news stories, features, and reviews from across the humanities.
Access 2.5 million images from museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists, create image groups, upload your own files, and more.
(AP) is a not-for-profit news cooperative that is widely considered the least biased reporting in the U.S. The AP reports news stories on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) both domestically and globally.
The New York Public Library provides access to hundreds of digitized maps.
This site combines millions of vehicle listings from hundreds of sources.