Ben's Guide to US Government (US Gov't Printing Office) Ben Franklin, that is – Historical Documents, all about the 3 branches of the federal Government, How Laws Are Made, the Election Process, a Glossary and links to other U.S. Gov't Web Sites for Kids. (By US Gov't Printing Office)
Country and Region Information from Library of Congress By the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Army. Because the intent was to focus primarily on lesser known areas of the world or regions in which U.S. forces might be deployed, it is not all-inclusive.
Declaration of Independence Resources about the piece of paper that created what has become the strongest and most prosperous country in the World, and a beacon of hope and freedom around the globe.
History Day - Resources and Annual Contest Written work, exhibits, documentary videos and performances all qualify for the annual History Day Contest for grades 6-12. Site also contains excellent links to research resources for various topics.
Lewis & Clark By the National Geographic Society. Fun and informative. Follow the expedition! The adventure was to explore and chart the lands West of the Mississippi River, commissioned by Pres. Thomas Jefferson 200 years ago, after the Louisiana Purchase.