To Make A Reference or Research Request
 
Reference and research requests may be submitted to the Library via phone, e-mail or mail.  To e-mail your request, click here.  Requests will be answered in the order in which they are received.

Reference Databases purchased by the Baker Free Library
 
The Library offers reference databases to patrons with valid library cards.  To utilize any of the following databases, please have your entire library barcode number available.  If you need assistance to determine your full library card number (which is 14 digits long), please call (603) 224-7113 or e-mail info@bakerfreelib.org.




With over 100 different languages, Transparent Language Online allows library card holders to learn from home or on the go! This is a complete language-learning solution packed full of pronunciation, speech grammar, writing, and vocabulary-building lessons. To use, please click on the logo above and be prepared to enter your 14-digit library card number.  This resource also requires users to register with a valid e-mail address and password of your choice.
 

Reference Databases through the New Hampshire State Library
revised 1/18/17
 
The New Hampshire State Library provides our library with the following database, which can be used both in our library and from the comfort of your home. 
 
EBSCO online database
This database contains access to magazine and other resources for children and adults on a variety of topics, and includes searchable interfaces such as:
MasterFILE Premier
Academic Search Elite
Business Source Elite
Health Source: Consumer Edition
MAS Ultra (School Edition)
Newspaper Source
TOPICsearch
Middle Search Plus
Primary Search
Professional Development Collection
ERIC
Searchasaurus Interface
NoveList
NoveList K-8
 
To access the EBSCO database, click here.  Make sure that you have your entire 14 digit library card barcode number ready, because you will be asked to enter it for access to EBSCO.
 
Due to rising costs, the Heritage Quest and Ancestry.com genealogy databases, as well as the Newsbank database, have been discontinued as part of the databases offered to all NH public libraries by the NH State Library.  If you need to utilize a genealogy database or find articles in back issues of the Concord Monitor or Union Leader, you may wish to visit the State Library in Concord. http://www.nh.gov/nhsl/