Alert: THE LIBRARY WILL REMAIN IN PHASE 3 REOPENING DURING DECEMBER. Meeting room use will be allowed but greatly restricted – please contact the library at 931-648-8826 for details. Most library activity has returned to normal with social distancing and enhanced cleaning in place. During December the library will continue with the suspension of all in-person programming and acceptance of donations - stay tuned for updates. Masks are required for patrons to enter the library in accordance with the county mayor’s executive order. We continue to push out resources for engagement at home through our FB page https://www.facebook.com/CMCPublicLibrary. Please stay safe and we will see you soon!
Ancestry Plus Library Edition
Features over 200 billion images in more than 7,000 unique databases via a library edition of the popular Ancestry.com website
A comprehensive database of American genealogical sources—rich in unique primary sources, local and family histories, and finding aids. Start to discover the amazing "history of you" with this essential collection of genealogical and historical sources—with coverage dating back to the 1700s—that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place's past.
Leaf Chronicle and Tennessean Archives
Covers The Leaf Chronicle Archives (2002-current) and The Tennessean Archives (2002-current)
InfoTrac Newsstand (GALE)
InfoTrac Newsstand is an innovative Web-based full-text newspaper database which allows users to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, newspaper section or other assigned fields.
National Newspaper Index (GALE)
National Newspaper Index provides quick access to the indexing of America's top five newspapers in one seamless search: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post
19th Century Newspapers (From in the library or From home)
A full-text searchable, facsimile-image database of 200 newspapers, chronicling 19th-century American culture, daily life and events. Provides a broad yet sensitive depiction of the United States in the 1800s valuable to both professional and general researchers.