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Screenshot, Census for Kids, U.S. Census Bureau

The U.S. Census counts everyone! It creates a current image of the nation with its diversity and class variations. [...] »

Art, Auxliarist, Lew Jackson, U.S. Coast Guard

Who protects U.S. interests in international and domestic waters? [...] »

Photo, Secretary Arne Duncan visited. . . , 2010, U.S Department of Education

Use the resources offered by the Department of Education to help you become a better teacher! [...] »

Photo, 2010 Vancouver Olympics Olympic Rings, Michael Francis McCarthy, Flickr

The U.S. Dept. of State offers a historic perspective of American diplomatic history with supporting primary and secondary sources. [...] »

Official poster, Veterans Day, 2008, United Staes Department of Veteran Affairs

Learn about the men who fought for American ideals and survived. [...] »

LSD, Featuring the Mad Hatter, U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency

How did recreational drug use grow into a U.S. drug culture? How did it become such a hot topic and a social concern? [...] »

Photo, Angel Island Fire, Behind Alcatraz, October 12, 2008, LeeLeFever, Flickr

Give historical fires perspective through modern statistics. [...] »

Photo, Barking Frog, Mark A. Musselman, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The government acts for fauna as well as society. When did this start? Why? [...] »

Photo, Brown Bat, June 20, 2008, Al Hicks, U.S. Geological Survey

How has land use altered over time, and what did the explorers encounter? [...] »

Photo, . . . Sachsenhausen, Germany. . . , 1938, GSA, National Archives

Commemorate the lives of the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. [...] »

 
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