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Find your local public library - Public libraries have experts who can help you find the resources you need. Libraries have computer stations and lend books, movies, and music in person and digitally. Many offer English classes and other programs.
Find your state library - State libraries collect and preserve information about your state.
- Library of Congress (LOC) - The nation's oldest federal cultural institution, the LOC is the research arm of Congress and the largest library in the world. It is also home to the U.S. Copyright Office. For questions about the Library of Congress and its collections, use Ask a Library of Congress (LOC) Librarian.
- National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) - Research your family history, military records, and other topics. NARA preserves documents with legal and historical value.
- Presidential Libraries - Archives and museums that bring together the documents and artifacts of a president and his or her administration
- National Library of Education (NLE) - Locate education information, federal education policy, and statistics
- Federal Depository Libraries - Federal government information available for free public use in over 1,200 locations
- Federal Library and Information Network - Find federal libraries around the world.
National Library Service (NLS) for the Blind and Print Disabled - National network of libraries that loan recorded and braille books, magazines, and playback equipment to American citizens who are unable to read or use standard print materials due to visual or physical impairment