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Missouri Census 2010
http://mcdc.missouri.edu/webrepts/pl94trends/Missouri_stcnty1.html
 
http://mcdc.missouri.edu/webrepts/pl94trends/Missouri_stplace2.html
http://mcdc.missouri.edu/webrepts/pl94trends/Missouri_stcntyplace3.html  

Tax Information Links to State and Federal tax information and forms.

Missouri Business Portal Single point of entry for business registration, filings, licenses, and permits for doing business in the State of Missouri.

Missouri Death Certificates 1910-1955 Death certificates contain valuable information for family historians and researchers. The Missouri Death Certificate Database, containing death records created after 1910 and over 50 years old, makes that information available online through a searchable index that links to a digitized image of the original death certificate.

Mid-Continent Reader's Advisory   Wondering what to read next? Take a look at this site. A great collection of recommended reading lists for all ages, award winners, series, genre, and book clubs.

Missouri Digital Heritage  Images and sounds from collections in Missouri institutions. This website provides a centralized access to Missouri's special digitized collections. Hannibal Free Public Library is proud to have several digital exhibits added to this site.

Famous Missourians  This growing project from the State Historical Society of Missouri focuses on Missourians who made important contributions throughout history. The online resource provides biographies, images and documents from state historic sites and local historical societies. 

Missouri Heritage Project  Here you can find resources for many Missouri topics, share what you know about your area, or contact others to learn more about their “neck of the woods”.  Check out the video series Unit 9 that features Hannibal -- "Portrait of a River Town"

City of Hannibal  City of Hannibal's homepage

Northeast Missouri Community Foundation  Serving counties of Clark, Lewis, Marion, Monroe, Pike, Ralls and Shelby

Missouri.gov  The "Show-me" State's home page

Whitehouse.gov   The United States Government homepage

Hannibal.net  Hannibal Courier Post, "America's Hometown" newspaper

Hannibal Public Schools  Information about Hannibal Public School District 60

Mark Twain Home and Museum  "Return to the days of Tom and Huck"

Hannibal Chamber of Commerce  Learn more about our town

Hannibal Convention & Visitors Bureau Places to visit, lodging, calendar of events

Titanic's Molly Brown Birthplace & Museum Birthplace of legendary American heroine, born July 18, 1867

Marion County Historical Society Sharing Marion County heritage 

Ralls County Historical Society Ralls County history newsletters, documents and links

HLGU Roland Library Hannibal-LaGrange College Library

More links:

National Criminal Justice Reference System

National Library of Medicine Databases and Electronic Resources

NewsLink

 Internet Directories compiled by Librarians

These sites offer reliable information that has been reviewed by librarians and organized by subject.  These sites are a good place to begin your search.

LibrarySpot  A free virtual library resource center from Northwestern University for educators and students, librarians and their patrons, families, businesses and just about anyone exploring the Web for valuable research information

Internet Public Library  From the University of Michigan School of Information providing library services to Internet users

Librarian's Index to the Internet  "Information You Can Trust" from the Library of California

Homework Center  Multnomah County Library in Oregon has an excellent Homework Center. It has an extensive collection of websites for many topics. Check it out!

 

Internet sites with "Mark Twain" games--

   http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/railton/timeline/index.html

      www.alysion.org/hangsave/savetwain.html

     www.mrcoward.com/slcusd/jeopardy/tomjeopardy.html

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