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Culture/Geography/Government/World

  • Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government
    Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government, a service of the Government Publishing Office (GPO), is designed to inform students, parents, and educators about the Federal Government, which issues the publications and information products disseminated by the GPO’s Federal Depository Library Program. It is our hope that Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government fulfills that role.
  • My Florida - History and Culture
    Description: Links to Historical Records & Resources, Libraries, Newspapers & Media, Online Magazines, Museums, About Florida, Associations & Programs, Dining & Cuisine, and Cultural Affairs.
  • Old Florida Maps – University of Miami Libraries
    Old Florida Maps tells the story, using digital reproductions of maps from monographs and private collections held locally in South Florida, of how Florida came to be represented in the current geographic form familiar to us all. The author of this scholarly endeavor is Dr. Joseph Fitzgerald, founder and chairman of the Miami International Map Fair at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, whose keen scholarly interest in the history of the cartographic representation of Florida evidences itself in the many detailed descriptions of maps he has authored for the project's digital presentation. The University of Miami Libraries, whose Department of Digital Initiatives, Resources, and Services, has provided digital imaging services and web presentation in support of Dr. Fitzgerald's vision, are proud to present Old Florida Maps on the web for free and open access to students, scholars, and map enthusiasts all over the world.
  • The World Digital Library (WDL) - U. S. Library of Congress  
      
    The WDL makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from all countries and cultures.

Humanities

  • EDSITEment!: The Best of the Humanities on the Web (National Endowment of the Humanities)
    EDSITEment offers a treasure trove for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies. All websites linked to EDSITEment have been reviewed for content, design, and educational impact in the classroom. They cover a wide range of humanities subjects, from American history to literature, world history and culture, language, art, and archaeology, and have been judged by humanities specialists to be of high intellectual quality. EDSITEment is not intended to represent a complete curriculum in the humanities, nor does it prescribe any specific course of study.
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