This category lists sites introducing young people to the cultures found throughout the United States of America. It includes sites about the beliefs, values, lifestyles, and skills of various people groups.
Provides state and U.S. territory information including state symbols, flags, nicknames, songs, birds, flowers, elected officials, and many other facts. Also includes links to official state homepages.
In the heart of a bustling metropolis, Chinatown is a distinct culture within a culture. Use your mouse to navigate Chinatown's streets and alleys, and see how the old ways mingle with the new.
Promotes the conservation of Alabama's wildlife and related natural resources through wise use and responsible stewardship of our wildlife, forests, fish, soils, water, and air.
Discover the stories of America's past. Meet amazing Americans from the past and present, explore the states, and read about everyday life.
Retellings of American folktales, tall tales, myths and legends, weather folklore, and ghost stories from each of the 50 states.
Museum and center for African American history and culture.
Explore how different communities in the U.S. celebrate weddings.
Provides overview, key facts and events, timelines and leader profiles along with current news.
Follow as four stuffed bears travel the major trails used during westward expansion. Each bear travels from one school to the next making its way across the country.
General information, list of Species Survival Program animals, schedule of events and education program summary.
Treasures of African American art, history and culture. Located in Los Angeles.
Photos from each town on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Special emphasis on the beauty, history, culture, and artisans of the area.
Scholastic site explores Spanish roots in America and contains student interviews with great Latinos, biographies of history makers, and interactive map.
Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Includes satellite information for states and counties, 1895 state maps, and tracking of immature eagles.
Learn about Constitution Day, and play a game to see how well you know it.
Read facts and trivia on all 50 states, with a clickable map.
Explains what each line of the United States Pledge of Allegiance really means. From the American Legion.
Interactive map of the USA allows users to select a state and find out about the climate and geographical features.
Learn about a city in Colorado. Page features information about general facts, history, people, activities, recreations, landmarks, and the definition of some words.
Learn Gullah by listening to music, stories, words, and by playing games.
Search for information about the population and economy of US states and counties from 1790 to 1960. Data can be collected in the form of maps or tables.
Describes family life in the New World. Includes Theodore de Bry's Native American engravings, search index of towns, rivers and regions.
Explore the wonder of this vanished Native American civilization that existed in Moundville, Alabama.
Read about this PBS show that explores the relationships the U.S. has with its neighbors.
An account of Abraham Lincoln, the White House as it was during his Presidency, and Washington in Lincoln's time.
An interactive quiz that will test your knowledge of the states.
Guide to all 50 states. Find information on flags, symbols, emblems, seals, populations, climate and people.
Check out this documentary that explores the social and racial divisions in one town when it comes to a chemical plant's effect on the community.
View photos taken in each state within the US. Includes images of buildings, local animals and people.
Follows a teacher and a photographer as they travel across America. Also features fun facts, maps, and a "Just for Teachers" page with tips for using the postcards in the classroom.
Discover one of the largest immigrant populations to come to America from Europe. Learn about the Polish language, and traditions.
Learn about different culture's rites of passage including sweet sixteen parties, weddings, and funerals.
Collection of 34 web games about the fifty states. Designed to teach capitals, abbreviations, locations, and trivia.
Visitor info from this Pennsylvania museum which is committed to telling the triumphant story of African-Americans and preserving the culture.
Follows the lives of immigrants from Nigeria and the Dominican Republic. Includes a brief look at how immigration served as the foundation of American society and culture, as well as an interactive timeline of immigration. From PBS.
Provides information and links to Moundville Archaeological Park, Alabama Museum of Natural History, Gorgas House, Office of Archaeological Services and the Paul W. Bryant Museum.
Learn about the history of Independence Day and see pictures and documents from the Library of Congress.
Enter name or ZIP code in the United States for maps and 1990 census information.
Free downloadable puzzle for learning states and capitals. Requires Windows 95, 98 or 3.1.
Offers free streaming and downloadable video, multimedia, and supporting materials about Maine's history, science, and ecology for students.
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