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Discover a whole new world of mapping and geography with Google Maps! [...] »

Maps show far more than how to go from point A to point B! Discover how to incorporate maps into your classroom. [...] »

Cutting through New York from the ocean to the Great Lakes, the Erie Canal changed lives. [...] »

Teacher Eva La Mar's third graders become historians, writers, and videographers as they explore a community site. [...] »

How can one means of transportation be used to teach American history? [...] »

Looking for maps with an environmental focus? Try here. [...] »

View 400 hundred years of cartography from the Illinois area. [...] »

Bring the natural landscape to New York City students and vice-versa. [...] »

How geography influenced interactions among Lewis, Clark, & Native Americans. [...] »

A 4th-grade teacher shows strategies for encouraging and supporting student analysis of maps. [...] »