Parkland Community Library will be closed until further notice.

There will be no curbside pickup and no returns accepted. 

We have been notified that one of our employees has been exposed to the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. As such, employees working at Parkland Community Library may have been exposed to this virus. 

Returns- Please hold your returns until we reopen, or they can be returned to another LCLC library. Fines will not be issued during this COVID-19 closure. 

Holds- Can be picked up when we reopen. Notifications will not be resent. Items will be held for 4 business days after we reopen.

Staff may be reached by email. General questions please email info@parklandlibrary.org. Children: kids@parklandlibrary.org Young Adults: teens@parklandlibrary.org Adults: adults@parklandlibrary.org

Check this space for reopening status. 

Parkland Community Library is taking measures to ensure the safety of our employees during this coronavirus outbreak, including disinfecting workspaces, working remotely, hosting virtual events, offering curbside pickup, and quarantining returned books. For more information on COVID-19, including symptoms and treatment, visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov

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Databases

  • Ancestry Library: Genealogical and historical information from census, military, church, vital, court, land and probate records, passenger lists and more.

  • America’s Obituaries: Full-text, searchable obituaries from the nation's newspapers, via NewsBank.

  • HeritageQuest: A comprehensive treasury of American genealogical sources—rich in unique primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids, with coverage dating back to the 1700s. Use your PCL library card to access this database from home.

Digital Libraries

In many cases, you can search for a keyword (title or subject) to find state, county, city, town, church or family histories; directories; government documents; and biographies or autobiographies.

By State or Region, A-Z

Be sure to check the state and county sites within the USGenWeb Project and the USGenWeb Archives for any county in which you are doing research.  They may contain digitized material or links to it.  

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Page Updated: 2021-02-09