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The Meaning of Food

Learn about the food you eat, the food of different cultures, and how food brings people together. 


Read American folklore of all kinds: Native American myths and legends, tall tales, weather folklore, and ghost stories.

Africa for Kids 

Read African tales, listen to African music, make your own masks, and view African students' photo albums.

America's Story

The Library of Congress presents America's Story, an extensive Web site devoted to telling the stories of America's past.

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids

Provides an interesting overview of the United States government.

Civics Online

Find resource material for the study of civics.

Culture Quest

Offers a hodgepodge of facts about countries around the world.

France: Just for Kids

Learn about the people, government, and history of France.

Lewis and Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery

Read about the challenges of their epic journey. Includes an interactive map.

Presidents of the United States

Features portraits and brief biographies of U.S. presidents.

Stately Knowledge

Find quick facts about any U.S. state.

The Vikings

Trace the history of the Vikings, with a focus on the invasion and occupation of England during the middle ages.


American Folklore 

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