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e-Magazines Now Available!

Visit Zinio to check out hundreds of magazines directly on your PC or mobile device.

Create two accounts: a library Zinio account to view the library's collection and a free account to read magazines. (Note: You must use the same email address for both accounts.)

 Directions are available here and iPad download instructions are available here. Apps are available for PC, MAC, iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle Fire/Fire HD, Nook HD/HD+, Win8 and Blackberry Playbook. Visit your device's app store to download and install the free Zinio reader app or link from the Zinio website (scroll to the bottom of the page).

 eBook Service from Baker & Taylor!



Log in to the Axis360 page  

using your library card number. 

If you are interested in downloading eBooks using your Apple or Android device or personal computer, visit our Welcome to Axis360 page where you can find more information about how to check out eBooks.

eBooks come in these formats: Blio (with enhanced content), AxisReader, Adobe ePub, and Adobe PDF. You can download Blio or Adobe Digital Editions apps for free. 

Visit this page to find out how.

Limit 3 books at a time per patron. eBooks check out for 14 days and you may return eBooks early (from Blio or AxisReader apps) if you are finished in order to check out more. If you have questions, ask your local library staff for assistance.

Funded by a Library Services and Technology Grant administered by the Mississippi Library Commission.



The new ST ViewScan II microfilm scanner and computer are now available in the Lincoln County Public Library, the Lawrence County Public Library and the Franklin County Public Library, thanks to several private grants. Genealogy researchers may search each library's collection of microfilm in the library and print or e-mail images. To contact each library regarding genealogy requests, please e-mail:

Lincoln County:, or,

Lawrence County:

Franklin County:





Homework Help
Access EbscoHost Periodical Index and Full Text Articles from a multitude of databases. Provided by a grant from the Mississippi Legislature.

The Longleaf Library Consortium has subscribed to Freading.  Now you can download ebooks to your electronic device and read them wherever you are.  Each patron is allowed 10 tokens per week. Please read the opening page of instructions carefully as unused tokens will expire.


After clicking on the icon above, you will be taken to the Longleaf Library Consortium Freading site where you can find help installing the necessary software and a link to access the Freading website. Please click on the  Lincoln Lawrence Franklin Regional Library red button and authenticate using your patron card number.



Lincoln County Public Library

In Memory of:

Jean Chipman by Donna & Nelda Kenney

Harold Samuels by Russell Burns

Carmen O'Donovan by Walter and Maureen Huffman

Franklin County Public Library

Charles Twiner by Meadville High School Reunion

Willie "Bill" Halford by Franklin Retired Teachers

Michael Buckles by Franklin County Public Library Board of Trustees

Onnie Longmire by Meadville High School Reunion

Opal Smith by Franklin Retired Teachers

Sherry Lehman Peeples by Meadville High School Reunion

Harvey Prather Jr. by Meadville High School Reunion

David Webb by Percy and Hilda Peeler

Richard Davis by Franklin Retired Teachers

Mickey Corban by Meadville High School Reunion

Ted Alexander by Meadville High School Reunion

Bobbie D. Zumbro by Larry Dickerson

New Hebron Public Library

Howard Hartzog by Nell Hartzog Morse

Fences Powerpoint Show

Lincoln Lawrence Franklin Regional Library

100 S. Jackson Street

Brookhaven, MS 39601


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