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This is the major statistical data source published by the Central Intelligence Agency. The website provides information for every country in the world!
This site features terrific interactive geography games including the place the state/country game. A must for geography fanatics!
This website features the 100 milestone documents of American history. The site encourages readers to read the documents, consider their meaning, and decide which are the most significant and why.
American Memory provides free and open access to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience.
This site is home to thousands of ideas, tools, and interactive geographic adventures. Features interactives activities and hundreds of printer-friendly maps.
The BEST portal on the web to economic data, organizations, publications, and information. Contains updated links to anything you would ever want to know about economics. A must!
This interactive site from the U.S. Department of the Treasury features interesting facts, games, and trivia about money in the United States.
This is a searchable archive of politically significant audio materials.
The Best of History Web Sites is a portal of annotated links to hundreds of history websites featuring games, activities, quizzes, and much more.
This website includes basic facts on any state in the Union and Washington D.C.
This website provides detailed information and pictures of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
This site tells you about historical events that occurred on this day, or any day, in the past.
This site describes, with pictures, the history and traditions of the White House. News, games, and miscellaneous activities are included.
From the Library of Congress, this site provides links to information from other countries in the world.
Learn about the U.S. Federal Government in an interative, fun-filled experience.
This site provides a "hands-on" learning experience on the fall of several great civilizations.
Website about all the Russian Czars and their respective dynasties. Includes illustrations and pictures of artifacts.
Indepth, interactive world history site. Includes illustrations, charts, and more.
This website has anything and everything about the U-Boat. Includes information on the boats, crew, and wars engaged.
This site has various topics of history on which it concentrates. It is well organized and graphically pleasing.
This site provides links to Presidential libraries, information on former Presidents, and on former First Ladies.
Provides photos and information from the American Civil War of 1861-1865.
You can view the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet specified by latitude, longitude and altitude, from a satellite in Earth orbit, or above various cities around the globe.
This site links to penpals across the world, games, pictures of different countries, and other global items.
Provides an immense list of well-known explorers. Clicking on links provides indepth biographies.
Provides information on various events that led to the forming of America. Valuable resource for students and teachers.
From the Smithsonian Institute's National Portrait Gallery, this site provides great pictures of American presidents. Includes information about the President and the portrait.
This fascinating site provides a glimpse into the archeological work at Catalhoyuk in Turkey
Terrific exhibit hall where you can view the Magna Carta and the Constitution. Check out the Digital Classroom section!
This site has numerous exhibitions and American treasures from the Library of Congress. Includes audio and visual files.
This site contains original diaries, letters, records, tapes, films, music, maps, prints, photographs, and digital materials. Check out the "Jump Back in Time" section!
This site presents the American women's suffrage movement. It includes a terrific interactive quiz and image gallery.
Examine a Northern and Southern community during the Civil War. Terrific source for primary source documents, photographs, military records, and maps.
The site contains links to all the National Parks in the US and its territories. You can use the site to learn about historical events, geography, and much more.
This is interactive website for students of all ages takes the viewer through a journey of the Underground Railroad. The website also takes students on a Freedom Quest using resources and links provided on the website. Lastly, the site provides stories and voices of freedom.
This interactive web-site offers many different services, is fulfilled with knowledge and fun facts, and has ample resources. This web-site offers information related to culture, society, history, geography, government, economics, time lines, archeology, and even sports.
Get to know the most important legal document ever created! On this fun-filled site you will find the text for the Constitution, the Bill of Rigts and the Declaration of Independence.