New England Carnegies

A site that honors the libraries that Andrew Carnegie helped to fund
 

   
Take a VirTual Tour.

(Choose between the Publics and the Academics)

1.  The Public Library VirTual Tour

See all 85 sites by clicking merely once on each page.  Look for the blue graphic on the right-hand side of any library information page.

By clicking on that button on any library page, you'll join the Public Library VirTual Tour in progress.

 

The Public Library VirTual Tour begins at Fair Haven, Vermont, close to the New York border.  It travels from southwestern to northeastern Vermont, then circles around New Hampshire from its southwestern edge, to the north, then south and to the east.  Maine is traversed generally from north to south.  Then we enter Massachusetts and move through the Bay State from the northeast to the southwest, including a little trek on the ferry to Martha's Vineyard.  The last stops are in Connecticut, which begin in the north and go south and then west, ending in South Norwalk, close again to the New York border.  (Rhode Island, sorry to say, has no public libraries that are Carnegie libraries.)

Ready to start?  Just click on the blue button!

 

 


2.  The Academic Library VirTual Tour

Visit all 10 sites by clicking merely once on each page.  Look for the green graphic on the right-hand side of any library information page.

By clicking on that button on any library page, you'll join the Academic Library VirTual Tour in progress.

 

The Academic Library VirTual Tour is much shorter.  It begins at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont.  From there, it runs through New Hampshire, central Maine, Massachusetts (from east to west), and south to Providence, Rhode Island.  It ends at Brown University.

Ready to start?  Just click on the green button!

 

 

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