The Library of Congress web site is a virtual treasure-trove for anyone interested in history and government.
You can access historic photos, maps and documents in the American Memory section. You can view the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana, a collection of baseball cards from 1887-1914, a collection of WPA posters from 1936-1943 and much more.
In Veterans History you will find first-hand accounts of veterans and people on the homefront. Watch featured interviews with American Indians who volunteered to serve from World War II to Iraq. Listen to a podcast about women serving in combat.
For legislative information, both current and historical, check out Thomas, named for Thomas Jefferson. Here you are able to search for a bill by sponsor, find a bill summary and status, find information on presidential nominations, and much more.
- Tear off roof ventura county on Lawyer in the Library
- I love my dogs and I spend a lot of time with them. I learn everything I can about them and love to find interesting sites to visit where I can learn and do new things. I am retired but never tire of finding great sites to visit and learn from thank you. on Rin Tin Tin and Other Special Dogs
- Lia Rosane on What to do with unwanted electronics
- Janiemania on Time to start planning your garden
- Books to Gift to Book Lovers December 3, 2013
- Holiday Movies–Off the Beaten Track December 12, 2013
- Fa La La La La, La La, La, La December 10, 2013