FISKE LIBRARY WILL CLOSED ON THURSDAY, 27 NOVEMBER 2014 FOR THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

Newsletter now available

A double issue of the Fiske Newsletter for Summer and Fall 2014 has been posted. Please click on the above line to read the newsletter.

 


New! Vermont Notebooks Finding Aids now available online; for index click here.

The Fiske Notebooks were established as an original resource, part of the Library's traditional and strong interest in the preservation of information of genealogical interest. The Fiske Notebooks are uncatalogued, and there are no references to them in our online catalog. In them one will find copies of Arthur Fiske's genealogical research notes, records of births, marriages, and deaths, cemetery inventories, family group sheets, pamphlets, photo copies of articles, photo copies of excerpts from rare books, newsletters, ephemera, and more. The notebooks are classfied by geographic location and shelved with other items of the same class in the main collection.

 


WorldCat Discovery has replaced FirstSearch

The Fiske Library and OCLC are pleased to announce WorldCat Discovery, the new search tool from OCLC. WorldCat Discovery allows you to locate items in libraries and in online collections all over the world. To try out this new search interface click here:  WorldCat Discovery

 


To search, or to browse, that is the question...

If you are looking for specific information, a search will usually yield the best results. If you are not sure how to search for what you need then try browsing. The Fiske Library has created over 130 pages you can browse to find items. You may Browse Holdings by location or surnames.

Click here to Browse Holdings

Click here to Search the Fiske Catalog

 


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Surplus Books for Sale

Sales of surplus books benefit our fund for acquiring new resources!

 


 

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