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A collaboration between major research institutions and libraries, offering digitized content via the Google Books project, Internet Archive initiatives and local libraries.

Alphabetical index of health information from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Library of Congress has an online exhibit called American Memory. It includes photos from the Detroit Publishing Co. collection. You can search the collection by keyword. Type "Madison and Wisconsin" and see what you get.

The student body of the University of Wisconsin-Madison has a rich and diverse history of activism and protest. This site does not claim to be all-inclusive, but instead attempts to provide a representative selection and timeline of student protest on campus throughout the twentieth century.

Learn about history through this A&E Television web site supporting The History Channel programming. Includes video and commentary on hundreds of American history topics including history of cultural groups, eras & decades, and historic events.

...preceded by a history of Wisconsin, statistics of the state, and an abstract of its laws and constitution and of the Constitution of the United States (1880).

Discover history through video and online exhibits from PBS. A great resource for teachers, students, or anyone interested in learning more about American history.

A comprehensive site that includes history, bibiliographies, a dictionary, links to other sites, digitial photographs of Pa ndau and cultural artifacts, and a useful page about etiquette.

Provides information about different curriculum, products and services offered to the homeschooling community.

Short, informative profiles of major U.S. businesses and major industries. Fee-based services are usually clearly marked.

Exists to promote and protect the careers of professional horror writers and those seeking to enter their ranks

What's under your kitchen sink, in your garage, in your bathroom, and on the shelves in your laundry room? Find out what's in these products and what are the potential health effects, and other safety and handling information.

This easy-to-use site calculates distance (as the crow flies) between any two points in the world and includes a map for further reference. For driving mileage between two cities, try MapQuest or MapsOnUs

"This website's mission is to provide our visitors with comprehensive and up to date information on how to dial internationally from the USA, Canada or from any other country. Telephone country codes and international area codes are displayed by country, with additional info featured such as city and cellular codes, telephone books. In addition we provide a comprehensive list of country and exit codes."

Contains links to sources which will help students, teachers, and anybody doing research on the Internet to cite electronic sources using different styles.

Ignore the ads and find out how things work, from cell phones to network routers to snowblowers.