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The Legal Information for Tennesseans (LIFT) website -- -- provides
general information to help Tennesseans with civil legal questions.  You may learn about an
issue effecting you and in some cases you may be guided though the process of completing
a legal form or advocating for yourself.   Though the site does not offer specific legal advice,
it does link to other programs in Tennessee offering free legal advice for low-income

f you use the search engine GoodSearch, your search will raise funds to support the
Imagination Library.   When you use it, you will be prompted to enter the name of the charity
you want to benefit.  Please type this description:  Sequatchie County Friends of the Library -
FOL - Imagination Library.  Here is the link to GoodSearch.


No password is needed for Sequatchie County residents to access the Tennessee Electronic
Library (TEL).  All Tennessee residents may use TEL.
Tennessee Electronic Library  

Download popular books by visiting R.E.A.D.S.,  the Regional
eBook & Audiobook Download System.

Want to learn a book’s place in a series or discover all the books a favorite author has
written, visit
Fantastic Fiction.

For emergency preparedness visit the federal site "Ready" dedicated to this subject.

Medline is a site maintained as a public service by the U. S. National Library of Medicine and
the National Institutes of Health as a public service, and, as stated on its home page,
provides "trusted health information."

To obtain Tennessee maps in pdf format, use this link:
Official Transportation Map & Insets
To look at Tennessee state statutes, visit Tennessee Code and select Tennessee.

Internet Public Library is hosted by The iSchool at Drexel, College of Information Science
and Technology, with major support from the College of Information at Florida State
University and its founder the University of Michigan School of Information.

Goggle Docs offers word processing, spreadsheets and more.

Here are more useful links.
Read the classics online, use study guides, find quotations and the like at
Bibliomania at
Read Print,or at Project Gutenberg