Welcome to the Ulysses Public Library
Ulysses Public Library Tour
Old to New: Building a new Library
REWARD for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the culprit who vandalized the sign!
Stop in and check out our "Pottery Lottery" donation drive ... all benefits to be used for children's programming!!
A special "THANK YOU" to DSM Pottery (Bill Moon) for this!
PATRON OF THE MONTH
Thank you, Florence, for all your contributions to the library!
Thousands of best-selling audio and ebooks to download and listen on your computer or read on your eReader or Kindle. Transfer them to a portable device, like an iPod or MP3 player and some titles can burn onto a CD for your listening pleasure anywhere, anytime. Try it, it's easy! It's free! (Log in using your library card number). For assistance, please contact your library. Visit eBranch2Go
Ask Here PA - We're here to help you get answers to your questions, any time and anywhere you have Internet access. Unlike other "expert" sites on the Web, there is no charge to use our service. We'll be doing what libraries have always done best -- quickly getting you the accurate, unbiased information you need. Available 24/7.
Catalog of materials available across PA
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We are happy to once again offer our patrons access to the popular Heritage Quest database. Funding for this database was cut by the state of Pennsylvania, but thanks to the Potter-Tioga Library System, we are now able to offer it once again. Heritage Quest Online delivers an essential collection of genealogical and historical sources—with coverage dating back to the 1700s—that can help people find their ancestors and discover a place’s past. The collection consists of six core data sets including: US Federal Censuses; Genealogy and local history books; Periodical Source Index (PERSI); Revolutionary War records; and Freedman’s Bank records.
PA Forward | Pennsylvania Libraries is an innovative new PaLA initiative designed to change the way people think about libraries, understand and value their importance, and commit resources to ensure their impact.