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This is a great page, with tons and tons of information on human rights everywhere.
Indigenous Peoples' Literature.
"Dedicated to the 400 million unseen/unheard people on this planet."
The Universal Black Pages.
Discover a comprehensive page of pointers to subjects related to "The African Diaspora."
AFRO-Americ@: The Afro-American Newspapers Home Page.
This page links to...lots of African American subjects
A Salute To Our Black Pioneers.
This page covers the history of Black Pioneers. You can also get to more pages from this page.
This page was primarily designed to educate and entertain you on the topic of cross-cultural communications.
US Holocaust Museum.
This is the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum online wtih more things then you'd expect.
The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Have you ever wanted to learn mroe about The Hanging Gardens of Babylon? How about the Colossus of Rhodes? Well if so, you should look here.
Civil War Info.
This page has a lot of information on the Civil War. There are many different topics to browse while you're here!
Holocaust Pictures Exhibition.
Here you can see around 37 posters of pictures of the Holocaust.
Inaugural addresses etc.
This page covers everything from information on U.S. inaugural adresses to a list of all the presidents.
Index of Resources for History.
Browse from here, a single large file offering over 1700 connections to historical subjects.
Civil War Page.
This is a very big page with a lot of various topics of the Civil War to browse.
American Memory from the Library of Congress.
While you're at this page, you can browse many topics relating to American culture and history.
The Book: A Black History WebSite.
This page is an inspiring tour through African American culture and history, in words, images, and sounds.
Distinguished Women of Past and Present.
Would you like to see biographies of women who contributed to our culture in many different ways? Go here right away.
Exploring Ancient World Cultures.
This page is a great "Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World Wide Web."
. Here you can find information on Ancient Times and the Feudal Age in Japan, and much more.
This is similiar to the last gopher menu, yet it has different material, such as Agricultural community life, and the development of political power.
Letters Home from a Soldier in the U. S. Civil War.
Browse through information about a soldier in the Civil War. Among this information are the letters which he wrote, from 1862, and all the way through August of 1865.
World War I - Trenches on the Web.
This is "an internet history of the War." There is a ton of information here.
Anne Frank Online.
Visit a page with lots of information on Anne Frank and more!
Tiananmen Square: The Gate of Heavenly Peace.
This page covers lots of stuff on Tiananmen square. From here, you can find other sources of information on Tiananmen Square.
This is the web page for the United Nations.
From here, you can find voting records, issue positions, performance evaluations, and much much more.
This is the Fed World site. From here, you can get to many U.S. government sites.
The White House.
This great page covers what's new, what's old, what's happening at the White House and more.
Thomas - Federal Legislative Info.
Thomas currently offers databases ranging in topic from Congress this Week, to U.S. Government Internet Resources.
Yahoo! - Government:Documents.
From here, you can search for a U.S. government document, or just go straight to one.
All Things Political August 5.
This page offers a "look at Washington from a citizens perspective."
Roll Call Home Page.
Politics, classifieds, new scoops, and more you can find at this great page.
This is the widely known Smithsonian museum, on the web, with many interesting things.
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