It is the Library’s mission to deepen our coverage of topics that are of interest to patrons through a variety of resources.
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Search our collection of books, e-books, CDs and DVDs just as if you were in the library. Find a book you like, place it on hold, and we will pull it off the shelves and hold it for you when you visit the next time. Want to see what's new? Take a look at our list of new items. Have an item checked out? - you can renew online also. Have a new address or phone no.? - send a request to have us update your information.
Do you have an E-reader, an IPOD, Tablet or Smart Phone? Do you like to listen to books while driving down the road? If so, check out a eBook or Audiobook through our MontanaLibrary2Go. Using your library card number, you can checkout a world of books to read on your computer, tablet or E-reader. If you prefer to listen to your favorite stories, audiobooks can be downloaded as well.
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Interested in ancestry? Utilize our subscription to Heritage Quest, an online database, to find your family tree. This database has access to US Censuses and more. Simply click on the Heritage Quest button - enter your library card number and start searching away.
If you cannot find the book you want in our library, try Interlibrary Loan. Under "Looking for a general database to search?", click on 'WorldCat'. Enter infomation about the item you are requesting. Click on 'Search'. Scroll & click on the title of the item you want. Scroll down to 'Borrow this item from another library (Interlibrary Loan)' and click on it. Enter your information on the lines that have an asterisk by them. Click on 'Submit'. If you wish to request another item, click on the searching tab and repeat the process. If you'd rather, you can request a book in person at the library or over the phone and we will call or email you when it arrives.
Patrons can gain access to AtoZ Food America by selecting the online resource tab from the menu. Users login with their library card. This exciting new resource contains more than 2,000 state, regional, and ethnic recipes—including food culture articles—as well as historical and reference articles and an ingredients section. It is focused solely on diverse American cuisine and users can forward recipes to friends by email and create their own personal cookbook of favorite recipes. AtoZ Food America was designed for culinary institutes, students, world travelers, cooking clubs, adventurous eaters, and anyone who wants to learn about American cuisine without having to purchase multiple individual cookbooks. Cookbooks are very popular at the library, this is another way to offer a comprehensive product that also includes American food culture.