Peach Public Libraries Local History Catalog

Peach Public Libraries owns a small collection of items of local significance that have not been added to the Georgia Libraries' PINES database due to their condition, uniqueness, and other factors. The collection of items is searchable here. Please ask library staff for assistance in locating these items in the library.

University of Georgia's GALILEO Interconnected Libraries (GIL)

A gateway to information resources held in the University System of Georgia (USG) libraries. In addition to the 35 USG Libraries that are in the GIL consortium, the state of Georgia's Department of Archives and Histroy is also a GIL participant.

OCLC WorldCat

OCLC's WorldCat is a worldwide union catalog created and maintained collectively by over 9,000 institutions. The WorldCat database contains over 82 million bibliographic records and 1 billion individual holdings. Cataloged items span thousands of years and nearly every form of human expression. Records exist for physical items, electronic content, born-digital works and digitally preserved artifacts. WorldCat records represent items from hundreds of languages and cultures in 112 countries and territories around the world. Item records are written in many languages: WorldCat supports cataloging in the Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Cyrillic, Devanagari, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Tamil and Thai scripts. Records often are enriched with cover art, tables of contents, author notes, reviews, excerpts and links to related resources at other information services, allowing users to quickly evaluate relevance, decide if it's the correct resource and determine how they can access it.

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Google Book Search

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Open Library

Created by the Internet Archive, The Open Library seeks to create free web access to important book collections from around the world.

Project Gutenberg

The first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related technologies today.

Books In Print

A comprehensive database of over 5 million book, audio book, and video titles.

LibriVox

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Questia

The world's largest online library of copyright-cleared books, with over 67,000 full-text books, 1.5 million articles, and a reference set complete with dictionary, encyclopedia, and thesaurus.