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Courtesy Access to Databases

A big thanks to Carol Schroeder for letting us know that there are now a few amazing resources available from home. Here are the details:


Enoch Pratt Library is offering registration online for an eCard with which you can access their extensive databases, ebooks, audiobooks and  streaming visuals. The only requirement is that you be a Maryland resident. Go towww.prattlibrary.org, Click on ”Enoch Pratt”, Scroll down to section titled “Get a free eCard and click on “Register for an eCard.” Follow instructions from there. Enoch Pratt subscribes to more databases than the Eastern Shore Regional Library so now is your chance to use them.


Ancestry.com is available from home until June 1, 2020, without a personal subscription. You can use the Kent County Public Library site to access Ancestry.com with your local library card.


Have you discovered any free or discounted resources that you'd like to share with us? Comment below and we'll update the post to share with everyone.

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