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Celebrate Spring at the Moscow Library

by Lynne McCreight


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New genealogy database now available!

World Vital RecordsUse your library card to search the World Vital Records database for free. Visit our databases page for access.

Search through family history and genealogy records and over one billion family trees. Access key collections such as: the complete U.S. Census, with all available images and indexes, from 1790 to 1940; military records; over one million newspaper pages; enhanced Social Security Death Index (SSDI) records, and exclusive local and world collections.

Food for Fines campaign April 13-26

Donations of canned or other non-perishable food will be accepted in lieu of money for late fees at the rate of $2 per item at all branches of the Latah County Library District from April 13th through April 26th.

This offer applies only to late fees on Latah County Library District materials. For more information, see the poster in your library or call 882-3295.

Presentation: Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp

Please join photographer Teresa Tamura for a presentation about her book, Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp on Saturday, April 26th, from 2:00-4:00 PM in the Great Room of the 1912 Center in Moscow. A video by Art Wright will also be shown.

This event is sponsored by the Moscow Public Library, Palouse Asian American Association and the Friends of the Moscow Library. For more information, contact Chris Sokol at 882-3925, ext. 16.

Explore features of the online catalog

The VALNet consortium catalog operates using Koha software. The company managing the system, ByWater Solutions, offers online training videos for patrons. See tutorials.

Download eBooks and eAudio

overdriveOverDrive, a downloadable audio and e-book service, is now available to our patrons. To see what's currently available and to download an e-book or audio book, click image or here.