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Congratulations to the Fall River Historical Society on their lovely, new website!
Do you know as a patron of a SAILS member library, you have access to the terrific reader's advisory tool, Novelist? Since we have NovelistPlus, content spans all ages! The subscription started on July 1st and in the Enterprise catalog, you can go to the item details page and view the added content from Novelist. You can also go direct to Novelist. We currently have a page on the SAILS website you can log in after selecting your library. Here is the page: http://wp.me/P6JtVr-2iQ. There is also a powerpoint tutorial showing available features.
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The Plainville Public Library, the Plainville Historical Commission, and the SAILS Library Network have collaborated to create a collection of photographs of Plainville and its residents for the SAILS Digital History Collection. The Library and the Historical Society have held scanning parties at the library. Plainville residents who wanted to share their family history brought photographs to the library for scanning. The scanned images were transmitted to the SAILS Library Network where detailed descriptions were added. The images and descriptions then uploaded into the SAILS Digital History Collection. These images are now available on that website as well as on the Massachusetts Digital Commonwealth and the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) websites. View the Preserving Plainville's Past online exhibit.