Internet Resources


The "Lost Madison" exhibit consisted of 30 photographs of Madison buildings which for one reason or another were demolished. Additional Madison photographs can be searched for on the Wisconsin Historical Society web site. The urban landscape of Madison looks vastly different today from the way it did when these exhibit photographs were taken. One by one, the buildings succumbed to what succeeding generations defined as "progress." In...


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Information for all fifty states and seven territories, including state flags (picture and description), state symbols, political and geographical information, and a direct link to the state's official web page.


The web site for the Capital Times entertainment weekly.


The Economic Census is published every 5 years and measures the economic activity of the nation.


Features information for those age 50 and older on numerous topics including benefits, health, housing, travel, insurance and consumer issues.


Provides access to the inventory of 12,000+ booksellers from around the world for new, used, rare, or out-of print books.


Browse poems by popular theme


A local not-for-profit organization providing affordable and comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health care services.


Find out if you are eligible to receive help through Wisconsin's health and nutrition programs.


Find out what any acronym, abbreviation, or initialism stands for


Over 60 free articles, and links to more information and national support groups.


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Adherents.Com is an independent internet initiative which collects adherent statistics and religious geography citations. Religions are indexed by location as well as by name. Users can find answers to such questions as "What percentage of the world is Muslim?" or " How many Lutherans live in the United States?" Summary Statistics offer quick links to helpful lists like the world's major religions ordered by size, the largest religious groups in the U.S., and branches.


From the US Dept. of Health and Human Services, this government agency offers information on aspects of child care and child welfare, including the National Child Care Information Center.


The Affirmative Action Commission consist of eleven (11) members appointed by the Mayor.