Article Database

These databases are available 24/7 in school and at home (Ancestry only at school). Please see Mrs. Perkins for passwords to use these databases at home.

Ancestry is a resource for researching the genealogy and history of specific individuals. This access is only available when clicking the link while in school, and cannot be remotely accessed from home. Records at include birth, marriage, and death records, census data, military records, immigration records and much more. This includes access to Fold3, a collection of historical documents and, a database of historical newspapers.  (Click the links separately, while in school to access).

Britannica Online

Contains comprehensive coverage of topics in the humanities, including Language Arts, Social Studies, Art and Music. These articles will contain more than a print encyclopedia, making it a recommended source for its images, periodical article links, and suggested “best” websites on a variety of topics.


EBSCOhost - contains multiple databases with full-text articles from thousands of magazines, academic journals, newspapers, newswires, and books.

  • EBSCOhost Web

  • Explora

  • History Reference Center

  • Literary Reference Center

  • Points of View

  • Science Reference Center

Facts on File (also called Infobase) is available through Morris County Library – please use your public library barcode to access these databases

  • Bloom’s Literary Reference Online

  • Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center

  • Health Reference Center

  • History Research Center

  • Issues & Controversies

  • Science Online

  • The World Almanac for Kids Online

  • World Geography & Culture Online​​​​​​​


Contains more than 2,000 academic journals, nearly 20,000 books, and 2 million primary source objects in the Arts and Sciences.

JSTOR Global Plants

An online environment that brings together content, tools, and people interested in plant science.


A digital library of scholarly resources from and about Africa.

Contains 2,500 diverse sources including local newspapers, historical newspapers, international news agencies, periodicals, wire services, television and radio transcripts, science journals, United Nations documents, U. S. Historical documents and statistical publications. A prime feature of this database is the ability to search for articles on a topic as it was covered in major newspapers across the nation.


E-Library –offers more than 2,000 full-text sources from magazines, newspapers, books, tv/radio transcripts, maps, pictures, and audio/video clips.

ProQuest Historical NY Times  is available through Morris County Library – please use your public library barcode to access this database.