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Access to billions of historical documents, millions of historical photos, plus local narratives, oral histories, indexes and other resources in over 30,000 databases that span from the 1500s to the 2000s.

Online access to local, state & national news stories.

Masks are required (Eff. 9/20/21) during library visits and meetings in the building, regardless of vaccination status.

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Legal Resources

Family Division forms are here.
For the Public links to public information pamphlets (including "A Guide to New Hampshire Courts," "Consumer Protection Law," "Domestic Violence," etc. ) There are also links to other New Hampshire low cost and no cost legal service organizations.
The New Hampshire Emergency Rental Assistance Program provides rent and utility assistance to eligible households who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Information about court forms may be found on the court’s Self-Help page.
Everything you’ve wanted to know about the New Hampshire Law Library but were afraid to ask!!! This site provides links to our online catalog, hours, collections, contact information, etc. Click on the "online research link" for helpful New Hampshire and
A selective list of links to online legal resources, curated by NH Law Librarians.
A-Z index of legal resources for New Hampshire.
A curated list of links to online legal resources for NH residents and businesses.
New Hampshire Legal Services is a web portal to legal services programs, and legal information.
NHMA is a non-profit, non-partisan membership association established in 1941. It is a member-funded, member-governed, and member-driven association that works to strengthen New Hampshire cities and towns and enhance their ability to serve the public. Through the collective power of cities and towns, NHMA promotes effective municipal government by providing education, training, advocacy and legal services.
NH Court Rules for the Supreme Court, Superior, Probate, Family, and District Court. Also included are the NH Rules of Evidence and the New Hampshire Rules of Professional Conduct.
This Guidance website features general information for the NH community about the many changes to public programs and systems during the state of emergency. Staff will periodically update this guidance. If you have any questions, please contact the Legal Team at any of these phone numbers, or apply for help online at www.nhlegalaid.org
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