Research

EBSCOhost– We have access to full text articles from thousands of magazines, journals and national newspapers, plus NoveList. You can log into EBSCO with your 14 digit card number with this link
To use, go to https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=cpid&custid=smyth
New e-book reference content coming soon!

Candia Heritage Commission- Rockingham County News Volumes
The Candia Heritage Commission is pleased to announce the acquisition of a valuable historical resource, bound volumes of the Rockingham County News encompassing the years 1978-1998. These were our local editions of the Goffstown News and Neighborhood Publications. The newspaper begins with the “Candia Current”, weekly news from our town. Within the pages of the newspaper is a wide variety of news from Candia and our surrounding towns. A survey of a volume gives a delightful illustrated picture of life in Candia during that year. A sample copy can be viewed at the Smyth Public Library.
The Candia Historical Society is storing this valuable resource at Schoolhouse #1 near the Candia 4-Corners. A two week loan of a volume can be arranged by contacting Sis Richter 483-2585, president of the Historical Society or Diane Philbrick 483-8239, chair of the Heritage Commission. Most volumes contain Jan-June or July-Dec of a given year.

AncestryLibrary– Now you can research your family history at the library. Just click on the link to visit the site at: AncestryLibrary

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Come delve into our many materials in our adult reading room. It’s a great place for quite studying or reading!

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Geneology

The New Hampshire Society of Genealogists will hold their annual Spring Meeting on Saturday, May 18, 2019, at the New Hampshire Historical Society, 30 Park St., Concord, NH from 10AM to 3PM.

Featured speakers will be Sarah E. Galligan, Library Director, New Hampshire Historical Society and Brian Nelson Burford, Director, New Hampshire Division of Archives and Records Management and New Hampshire State Archivist.

Join us for an introduction to the special collections in these local repositories.

Registration for NHSOG and NHHS Members is $35; non-members $50, including lunch. Send a check or money order to Diane Gravel, PO Box 1386, Thornton, NH 03285 -1386; or by credit card using Paypal through the website, www.nhsog.org.

For information contact president@nhsog.org.   Deadline for registration is May 13.