• Williamsburg Regional Library – The Williamsburg Regional Library has a comprehensive collection of books and databases. You must use your WRL library card to access the databases from school or home.
  • W & M Swem Library – The College of William and Mary’s Swem Library has large holdings of academic and archival materials. Search their catalog, then visit the library in person to look at the materials.
  • Internet Public Library – Internet Public Library is a virtual library you can find high-quality websites evaluated and selected by librarians. Search subjects, newspapers & magazines, and special collections. There’s even a special link For Teens.
  • Library of Congress – The Library of Congress is our nation’s library and the largest library in the world. It includes books, recordings, photographs, maps, and manuscripts.
    • The American Memory Project provides free and unlimited access to a large collection of primary sources that document the American experience.
    • The Learning Page provides lesson plans using primary sources. They are organized by themes, topics disciplines, and eras. It also links to many interesting activities and features presentations €”all tapping the resources of the LOC.