Copper Queen Library

Welcome to the Copper Queen Library, the oldest, continuously-operated public library in Arizona | Established 1882.
banned books 2017
The Banned Books Week Coalition is a national alliance of diverse organizations joined by a commitment to increase awareness of the annual celebration of the freedom to read.  Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries.  More than 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982.  For more information about Banned Books Week, visit the American Library Association by clicking on the banner above.
best of bisbee
Thanks to those who voted for us for the Best of Bisbee 2017!  The Copper Queen Library was voted Best Educator this month at the Herald/Review's Annual Best of Bisbee/Best of the Vista Ceremony.  The Library also won second place for Best Customer Service and third place for Best Gallery (for the Pritchard Gallery).  Click on the icon to see who else won!
Use the online catalog to search, place holds, renew materials, get reading recommendations, manage your electronic materials and see your place in a hold queue. Click on the icon to get started!

Library databases open up a whole world of reliable information, available any time...from car repair and legal forms to genealogy and practice tests!

Access all your favorite e-content by clicking on the e-library icon.  Download audiobooks, magazines, and e-books to your device, anytime and anywhere!
CQ newsletter
Keep up on what's news at the Copper Queen Library by checking out our monthly newsletter.  Read about new programming, acquisitions, and services!  Click on the icon for the new September 2017 issue!

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bisbee deportation

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Bisbee Deportation.  Click here to view the University of Arizona's website that includes I.W.W. publications, personal recollections, newspaper articles, court records, government reports, correspondence, and journal articles.