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Online Catalog (OPAC)
Electronic Resources

Social Security Express

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Marshall High School Yearkbooks

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Oral History Interviews

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Marshall area newspapers

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MPL on YouTube 

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Free access in the library or remote.
For remote use, log in with your MPL barcode.

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Free access in the library or remote. For remote use, log in with your MPL barcode.

 

Password inside library:  marshall
Password from anywhere outside of the library:
remote

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Find your ancestors’ stories.
Discover yours.
For use only in library. 
No username/password needed.

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3M Cloud Library

Start here to download the app for your device.  Additional instructions can be found here. Once the app is downloaded, you can access the catalog and dowload books.

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Simply log-in with your library barcode to access wonderful resources which includes ebooks, encyclopedia entries, videos, games, science experiments, and much more!

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To dowload ebooks, create an account and by using your 14 digit library code number.

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Home Library Programs An Evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln

An Evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln

Enjoy an actor portrayal at Marshall Public Library of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln on Thursday, March 1st at 6:30 pm. "An Evening With Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln" takes place in the White House at the end of the Civil War (April 1865).  As the President and Mrs. Lincoln reflect on the events of the past four years and their plans for the future, the play flashes back to the beginning of their lives together - their courtship and early marriage,  the births of their children, Mr. Lincoln's legal career and the development of his political career - and brings the audience all the way forward through the tumultuous years of the Civil War - the responsibilities of the Presidency and the personal traumas suffered by the family - ending as the President realizes that it is time for him to leave for Ford's Theatre.  A short epilogue addresses the events of April 14, 1865 and the last years of Mary Lincoln's life.

 The program length is one hour; it is suitable for upper grade students (5th grade and up) and adults; and all performances are followed by a "question and answer" period with the President and Mrs. Lincoln - or with Max & Donna Daniels, who portray the historic couple.  This program has been called "an excellent opportunity to witness living history!"

 Registration is required for this free program. You may call the library at 217-826-2535, or use the online form.