There are many digital resources that are available using your State Library card 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! To apply for a State Library Card contact your local library to receive one. The State Library of Kansas works with Kansas libraries to provide digital resources for all residents. Listed below favorite sites.
Login at www.kslc.org
If you forget your Kansas Library Card Number you can have it emailed to you.
What’s my number?
I have a Kindle/Ipad. How can I get free ebooks?
Ask any librarian for a Kansas Library Card.
(different from your library card with us)
Login at www.kslc.org
Find the section called “Digital Books Access.”
Here you can find information on free digital ebooks and audiobooks.
Click on the link under Digital Books Access that says “Digital Books eLending Services.”
Select one of the ebook or audiobook services and follow the instructions to download any software or apps to start reading on your device. Each device is different, so find the instructions that match yours.
Digital Book eLending
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One Click Digital Audiobooks – Log in on the site, check out a book, then open your software/app to use it. Remember, login is the username/password you created during registration, not your card number.
Book Flix – Link opens the Library eCard page. Sign in, then click the BookFlix access link. Animated talking picture books paired with a non-fiction book. No software required, use directly online.
Information by Kansas State Library Card website.
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Available Resources With Kansas Library Card
I’m interested in researching my family history.
Where is the best place to go for that?
All of the branches have free access to ancestry.com
when you are inside the branch.
All branches also have a small local genealogy collection that may help you research your family history. However, the bulk of our physical collection of newspapers, birth and death announcements, military service records, ect. are at the Troy Library. The county courthouse is just across the street so it is very convenient to do research in Troy.
Local and Kansas History Links
Genealogical and Biographical Record of North-Eastern Kansas
A history of Doniphan County Schools (from a book written in 1893)
William G Cutler’s History of the State of Kansas
[Doniphan County section]