Maine InfoNet has eBooks and eAudiobooks that you can download using your library card.
The Jesup is happy to offer patrons free access to Ancestry.com — on patrons’ own laptops or tablets, or on one of the Jesup’s computers — at the Jesup using the library’s Internet.
With Ancestry Library Edition, more than 7,000 databases are available to you for genealogical or historical research — birth, death, and marriage records; immigration records; censuses; family histories; military records; court and legal documents; directories; photos; and maps.
Thousands of magazines, newspapers, and reference books are available anywhere in the State of Maine through the online resources of the Digital Maine Library, a service of Maine InfoNet.
A fully searchable digitized database of local newspapers from the 1880s through the 1960s.
A compilation of material, mostly local but including some information about people, places, and events throughout Maine. Many of these items are one-of-a-kind or no longer available through other venues.
Provides online access to thousands of selected, digitized materials in formats including full text, image, sound, video, and finding aids.
The official website of the Maine State Library.
The Maine State Library helps people, makes Maine libraries stronger and transforms information into knowledge.
Provides access to thousands of historical items belonging to hundreds of Maine nonprofits, courtesy of the Maine Historical Society.
The official website of the State of Maine.
The official website of the Town of Bar Harbor
Self-help information and forms on topics such as divorce and tenants’ rights, MaineCare, food supplements, and information about free and low-cost legal services in Maine.