AtoZ Food America
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Hungry to learn about American cuisine? A to Z Food America provides 7,000 recipes, 650 ingredient articles, vintage food labels and ads, historical what did they eat articles, how to make food videos, and more, AtoZ Food America is the world's largest database of American food, culture, and recipes. It features content and information found nowhere else combined with beautiful graphics and illustrations.
AtoZ Maps Online
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A to Z Maps Online has over 100,000 ways to see the world; check it out!
AtoZ the USA
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The United States is one of the most geographically, culturally, and ethnically diverse countries in the world. It is also a young country with a rich history. AtoZ the USA brings this diversity and history to life in a beautifully-illustrated resource designed especially for libraries and schools. AtoZ the USA contains more than 115 country-based articles and 115 state articles for each of the 50 US states, five US territories, and the District of Columbia. Library patrons and students will find unmatched coverage of the country’s people, history, economy, geography, symbols, culture, and society. From Alabama to Wyoming explore the great American experiment with AtoZ the USA; It's packed full of data for each state!
AtoZ World Culture
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Curious about the world? AtoZ World Culture has you covered. With AtoZ World Culture, information about world history, cultures, languages, foods, religions, and much more is just a click away. With 175 Country Culture Guides covering over 60 topics each, AtoZ World Culture offers a breadth and depth of content that is unmatched by any other single resource. What will you learn today?
AtoZ World Food
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Hungry to learn about international cuisine? AtoZ World Food is the world's largest and most comprehensive database of food and food culture for 174 countries. This proprietary database includes 884 food culture articles, 6,500 traditional recipes, 650 ingredient articles, historical timelines, glossaries, and 2,000 food quotes. Lavishly illustrated with 14,000 photos. Click the logo above to start your culinary journey!
AtoZ World Travel
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Where do you want to go today? Visit A to Z World Travel to learn about the countries of the world.
Creativebug is the award-winning destination for high-quality online art and craft video classes. With your membership, you'll enjoy unlimited access to 1000+ award winning HD instructional videos on drawing, painting, sewing, knitting, crochet, quilting, baking and more. All classes are taught by experts with new classes added daily.
Learn a new language the fun way! Mango will take you beyond words and phrases and help you discover a whole new world. Over 50 languages are available! Click the Mango logo above to get started! You will need your Sutton Library Card to log in
Massachusetts Real Estate Atlas Digitization Project
The State Library's collection of Massachusetts real estate atlases is one of the most heavily-used resources in the Library. The volumes, most of which date from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, document the development of neighborhoods over time. For example, the slide show above shows the development of the Fenway area in Boston between 1874, prior to when the filling of the Back Bay was completed, and 1938. They provide information about property boundaries, plot sizes, ownership, building shapes, and materials. The atlases are used by genealogists, environmental consultants, architectural historians, and the general public researching the history of their home.