The Derry Public Library provides access to these electronic resources for Derry Public Library cardholders – have your card number and PIN ready! Curious about these databases? Take a look at these brief how-to videos!
Please call us at (603) 432-6140 or email us if you have any problems gaining access.
This e-source is only available in the library. Genealogy reference tool.
This e-source is only accessable from within the library. Genealogy reference tool.
Premier reference and marketing database.
Digital comic and graphic novel collection. Named one of the best databases by Library Journal in 2021.
Health information on thousands of topics.
Find community information on topics related to business, education, government, people in the news, politics and more, from 2007 to now.
An archive of Derry newspapers, including the Derry News, Nutfield News, and more, plus directories and scrapbooks.
A collection of digital maps from 1877-1955 for many New Hampshire towns and cities.
To access this database while at the library, use this link.
Full-text articles from magazines and journals.
The premier online encyclopedia.
The premier online encyclopedia...for kids!
This Genealogy reference tool is available from home and in the library. DPL is a FamilySearch affiliate library, so you have access to more information when you use it in the library.
One of the largest collections of genealogy material in the country.
Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. Start your explorations with Derry Public Library’s page.
Find information related to business, education, government, health, industry, politics, and more, including the Derry News, New Hampshire Union Leader, Nutfield News, The Telegraph and others for important state news.
Find short tutorials about how to use our databases, plus popular software platforms including cloudLibrary, Overdrive, Instagram, Pinterest, and Google Docs.
Fiction Guide for Grades K-8 Same functionality as NoveList Plus, but designed for students in K-8 and their teachers.
Find lists of popular books, author read-alikes or suggestions based on your favorite plot lines. Includes fiction and non-fiction.
Find community information on topics related to business, education, government, people in the news, politics and more.