If materials are not available locally, your hometown library can locate and check them out for you.

  • Blind & Physically Handicapped

    (800) 842-4516 or (860) 721-2020

    Provides talking books, playback equipment, and Braille editions free of charge   ctstatelibrary.org/lbph

  • Goshen Public Library

    (860) 491-3234 42B North Street, Goshen, CT 06756


    The library issues a weekly newsletter via email describing upcoming or ongoing programs and featuring suggested reading. Streaming services include Libby (through OverDrive), Hoopla, canopy and the Palace app through the CT State Library. The library has an outreach program and will deliver materials to those who are ill or unable to drive.
    Open Monday through Saturday (please check website for hours).


  • Raymond E. Baldwin Museum

    (860) 757-6535

    The Connecticut History and Heritage Museum has genealogical materials as well as the Royal Charter of 1661, a Colt arms collection and portraits of Connecticut’s governors.   museumofcthistory.org

  • State Library

    (860) 757-6500

    Extensive collection of historical and genealogical materials including town & church records, cemetery inscriptions, family bible records as well as government documents, law & legislative materials, and newspapers.


  • Town Libraries

    Canaan: Douglas Library (860) 824-7863



    Cornwall: Cornwall Library (860) 672-6874



    Falls Village: Hunt Memorial Library (860) 824-7424



    Kent: Kent Memorial Library (860) 927-3761



    Lakeville/Salisbury: Hotchkiss School Library (860) 435-2591



    Norfolk: Norfolk Library (860) 542-5075



    Salisbury:  Scoville Memorial Library (860) 435-2838



    Sharon: Hotchkiss Library (860) 364-5041



    Warren Public Library: (860) 868-2195