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We've made some changes to the online resources we offer.
The following free resources are recommended or provided by Suffolk Libraries.
Please be aware that you will need your library card and PIN to access some of them.
Available from any Suffolk Library
Millions of academic research papers and journals covering art, architecture, business, engineering, history, languages, politics, philosophy, mathematics and the sciences.
Library version of the popular family history website.
Library edition of the popular ancestry site.
Available from any location
Film and television clips from a vast archive.
Three sites in one, each with age-appropriate material:
Search the full British Library catalogue.
The home of living English, with more than 722,000 words, meanings and phrases.
Help with funding for projects and services from a huge range of resources.
Digital library of 18th and 19th century journals.
Printed primary sources from the 19th and 20th centuries. John Johnson collected printed ephemera from playbills to records of crime and punishment, advertisement posters to maps.
Illustrated encyclopaedia for children.
Interactive catalogue of photographs and documents from Suffolk Record Office.
Social and economic statistics for Suffolk, including full Census details.
Historical and international primary resources including books, maps, manuscripts, newspapers, journals, prints and photographs. Available in 7 languages.