The largest family history site with more than 4 billion names in world-wide historical records, family tree services, census information, and genealogy resources.
Search for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, job listings, friends, and relatives.
Access repair, maintenance, and service information for your vehicle.
An online magazine where booklovers will find reviews, previews, "behind the book" back stories, author interviews, and reading guides.
Information about the Manhattan, KS community is now available through our catalog.
Explore product reviews and ratings with full access to the online version of Consumer Reports.
Explore the updated online encyclopedia from Encyclopedia Britannica with hundreds of thousands of articles, biographies, videos, images, and web sites.
Education Resource Information Center: Online digital library of education research and information sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Dept. of Ed.
Contains full text for thousands of reference magazines, journals, and publications covering a wide range of subject areas.
A collection of nearly 600 genealogy research and reference publications in searchable PDF format.
Designed by the Department of Health and Human Services to allow individuals and small businesses to compare and enroll in health plans.
Find U.S. Census records, Revolutionary War materials, and Freedman's Bank Records.
Research Kansas history and genealogy, access records and collections, get information about historic sites, and read articles relating to Kansas History.
This digital archive provides access to an expansive and unique collection of Kansas historical documents.
Find articles in 14 current and discontinued Kansas publications, 2002-2012. The index contains citations only, no full text or links to articles are available.
A comprehensive list all of the books on CD available at our library for learning languages, including ESL for new English learners.
Access practice tests and tutorials for all ages from elementary to post graduate degrees. Tests include GED, GRE, U.S. Citizenship, and workplace improvement skills.
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Conversation tutorials for more than 40 languages including ESL courses taught in the user's native language.
Read the complete eEdition of Manhattan's local paper.
Website for patients and their families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, it offers information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand.
Comprehensive investment information with easy-to-use portfolio tools and calculators.
Read the New York Times on library computers. Register for an account with the NYT to access the eEdition.
Read the New York Times outside the library. Enter your library card and password, then redeem the access code.
Expert book recommendations, reviews, articles, and book lists.
Explore distance education options and search through a database of accredited colleges and universities in Kansas which offer online courses.
Provides users with reliable healthcare information in the form of abstracting and indexing for more than 1,070 journals with over 890 titles in full text.
An independent facility focusing on Riley County, Kansas and its surrounding counties. RCGS also has more than 5,000 holdings from other states and countries.
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In-depth information on stocks, bonds, market trends, and more.
Additional resources available to anyone in the state of Kansas.
A comprehensive list of all test preparation materials available at the library.
Provides in-depth financial investment-related research information including historical markets, company data, mutual funds and analytic tools, and expert analysis commentary.
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