New Bern-Craven County
Public Library

a member of the Craven-Pamlico-Carteret Regional Library System


Salem Press Online

Salem Press offers access to its print titles owned by the CPC Regional Library. Access to those titles can be found at:

https://online.salempress.com

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(Search box only works inside a CPC Library)

To access from outside the library, click the link above. If it asks on the Salem home page, click "Library Card Number," enter your CPC Regional library card number, and click "Sign-In".  If you are inside a CPC Library, just click the link above.

You may register to create an account. As a registered user, you may Save Articles & Take Notes, Save Citations, and Save Searches.

Salem Press titles included in CPC's online access are:

American Book of Days
American Reformers (2nd edition)
Civil Disobedience, Social Justice, Nationalism & Populism, Violent Demonstrations and Race Relations
Countries, Peoples, and Cultures (series of 9 titles)
Encyclopedia of Global Warming

Famous First Facts
Famous First Facts about American Politics
Forensic Science
Gun Debate
Human Rights and the United States (3d edition)
Magill's Medical Guide (8th edition)
Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century
Opinions throughout History: National Security vs. Civil and Private Rights
Principles of Biology
Principles of Chemistry
Principles of Physical Science
Privacy Rights in the Digital Age
Psychology and Mental Health
Salem Health: Cancer (revised edition)
The Solar System
Speeches of American Presidents, 1789-2018 (3d edition)
The Value of a Dollar, 1860-2014

Great Lives from History
The Ancient World,
The Middle Ages, and
The Renaissance & Early Modern Era
The Reference Shelf 2017
Guns in America
Internet Abuses and Privacy Rights
LBGTQ in the 21st Century
Prescription Drug Abuse
National Debate Topic: Education Reform
Representative American Speeches, 2015-2016
Representative American Speeches, 2016-2017
The Reference Shelf 2018
The South China Sea
Alternative Facts, Post-Truth, and the Information War
National Debate Topic: Immigration
This is Who We Were Series
1880-1899
In the 1900s
In the 1910s
In the 1920s
A Companion to the 1940 Census (In the 1930s)
In the 1940s
In the 1950s
In the 1960s
In the 1970s
In the 1980s
In the 1990s

URL for this page is http://newbern.cpclib.org/nbccpl/magill.htm
Updated: October 1, 2018.