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Your local library and the Winnefox Library System have made it possible for you to access library resources from home or work! To access some of these research tools you may need to have your library card number and PIN handy. If you don't know your library card number or PIN, please contact your library.

Library Catalogs

Search Our Catalog | Your Account
Catalog of materials owned by 29 Winnefox Library System libraries in 5 counties.

WorldCat.org
Catalog of materials owned by more than 9,000 worldwide member libraries.

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Featured Resource!

Consumer Reports Magazine
Research before you buy, just in time for your holiday shopping! Look for the "Search within this publication" link to locate full text articles published in this popular magazine.

Want to learn more? Check out this info sheet or view this brief video on searching this resource.

Resource provided through Badgerlink.

Most Popular Resources

Overdrive
Downloadable audiobooks, electronic books, music and video for your PC, Mac or compatible portable device.
Be sure to sign in to see additional copies of popular titles purchased just for Winnefox patrons!
Help: Overdrive Help
Funded by the Winnefox Library System and the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.

EBSCO eBook Collection
Handy for homework, after-hours reference work.
Help: support center
Paid for by the Winnefox Library System and Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.

NewspaperARCHIVE
Millions of searchable newspaper pages dating back as far as the 1700s presented in original format/context.
Help: usage tips
Resource provided by Badgerlink.

Archive of Wisconsin Newspapers
(Previously referred to as the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Digital Research Site)
Access to Wisconsin Newspaper Association's daily and weekly member-newspapers from 2005 to present (with a 90 day embargo).
Resource provided by Badgerlink.

newWisconsin Historical Society Family History Records
1820-1907 birth, marriage & death records (& more!) made available for free through the Ancestry / Wisconsin Historical Society partnership.
Resource provided by Badgerlink.