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Click to search the catalog for this titleAn illustrated timeline of U.S. states How was the United States created, and when did each state become a state? From Alaska to Maine, Florida to California, this book length timeline is packed with information about all 50 states. Pick a point and start exploring!
Click to search the catalog for this titleHistory year by year The history of the world, from the Stone Age to the Digital Age.
Click to search the catalog for this titleThis book is history : a collection of cool U.S. history trivia Describes a variety of U.S. history trivia facts including the colonies, Revolutionary War, Civil War, presidents, and monuments.

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50 States and Capitals
Encyclopedia-style entries for each of the 50 U.S. States. Look no further for state songs, flowers and trees, birds, maps, parks, license plates, mottos and nicknames.
9/11/2001: The day that changed America
Scholastic provides comprehensive and age-appropriate coverage of September 11 and the nation's response.
America's Story from America's Library
Fun and educational. You can explore topics like Meet Amazing Americans, Jump Back in Time, Join America at Play, and See, Hear Sing.
Ben's Guide to the Government
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids is brought to the World Wide Web as a service of the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). It's a fun, effective way of showing kids how they can utilize the GPO's publications.
CultureGrams Kids Edition
Experience the cultures of over 190 countries that includes maps, statistics, recipes, and in-depth information. Also includes information on all 50 U.S. states.
DOGO News
DOGO News has short format articles for kids on current events, science, sports and more plus lots of pictures, videos and an interactive map!
Famous Missourians--The State Historical Society of Missouri
The State Historical Society of Missouri has specifically created the Famous Missourians Web site to assist elementary school students in their study of Missouri history and famous Missourians during the fourth-grade year of instruction
Kids.Gov
This is an inter-agency site that provides links to Federal kid's sites along with sites form other organizations all grouped by subject.
Missouri Kids!
A website created by the office of Missouri's Secretary of State. Learn about the history of our great state, the symbols, and government through fun games and informative facts.
National Civil Rights Museum
Take a virtual tour of the Civil Rights Movement.
National Museum of the American Indian
Part of the Smithsonian Institution, this museum is devoted to the protection and study of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans.
Native American Facts for Kids
Native American Facts for Kids is a non-profit organization working to preserve and promote American Indian languages, and provides simple online information about American Indians in an easy-to-read question and answer format.
Scholastic News Online
Today’s news headlines in a kid-friendly format. Kids will experience the news from a variety of angles with articles, videos, book reviews, surveys, newsfeeds, and podcasts. The Kids Press Corps are real kids conducting interviews, reporting, and maintaining the blog. The site includes interactive games about current events, geography, newsmakers, and more.
Smithsonian Kids
An educational site from the popular museum.
Time for Kids
The official site of Time for Kids magazine.
We Shall Overcome: Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement, National Register
Tells the powerful story of how and where the centuries-long struggle of African Americans to achieve the bright promise of America culminated in the mid-20th century in a heroic campaign we call the modern civil rights movement.
 
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