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Gale's Career Transitions provides immediate help for job seekers navigating the new economy. Incudes support with creating resumes, writing cover letters, and applying for positions as well as interactive interview practice. Also provides assistance with discovering career interests; identifying new opportunities based on work or military experience; exploring growing career paths, including green and new economy jobs; and finding education and training.

To access Career Transitions click here or on the image above and use password: patriot 

Massachusetts Legal Forms Library

Thousands of legal forms available with more forms being added daily. Official, State Specific, Federal, Business, Personal, Real Estate and General forms covering hundreds of legal subjects and issues.

To access Massachusetts Legal Forms Library click here or on the image above.

A high quality, full color digital collection of historic maps containing over 1,593,454 cadastral, land ownership maps detailing the geographic and development history of the United States over several hundred years, as well as nearly 100,000 antiquarian maps covering the world from the 15th to 19th centuries

To access Historic Map Works from home with your Auburn Library card or in the Library click here or on the image above.

The Auburn Library now offers 

ProQuest has partnered with to create Ancestry Library Edition, one of the most important genealogical collections available today with unparalleled coverage of the United States and the United Kingdom. Its valuable content is a strong complement to HeritageQuest Online. 

To access Ancestry from inside the library click here

HeritageQuest Online combines digital, searchable images of U.S. federal census records with the digitized version of the popular ProQuest Genealogy & Local History collection and other valuable content. 

To access Ancestry's HeritageQuest service from home with your Auburn Library card number click here

(You may only access HeritageQuest Online by clicking this link. Do not bookmark or manually enter the HeritageQuest Online URL)

You will need your library card to access
Massachusetts Newspapers from home

When researching a topic, Google isn’t your only option.  Libraries make millions of articles from trustworthy sources available to you online.  Newsweek, the New York TimesRolling Stone, theBoston Globe—find information from your favorite source or search millions of resources at once. Thanks to funding from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and the Massachusetts Library System, these full text articles are available at no cost to all Massachusetts residents—no library card needed.



Full-text of Boston Globe from 1980-present


Full-text of The New York Times from 1985- searchable as a standalone file (also included in Academic OneFile and General OneFile).


Comprehensive encyclopedia with dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, and more


Regional, national, and world newspapers




Complete source for peer-reviewed scholarly articles across all academic disciplines


Salem Science is a robust online database that includes the complete content of printed reference sets owned by the library
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Access Yankee Magazine Online Archive
Jan/Feb 2006-Present