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The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America, with Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific Ocean. Major Atlantic Coast cities are New York, a global finance and culture center, and capital Washington, DC. Midwestern metropolis Chicago is known for influential architecture and on the west coast, Los Angeles' Hollywood is famed for filmmaking.

 Whitehouse.gov - President of the US

Barackobama.com - U.S. presidential campaign site

House.gov - U.S. House of Representatives

Usa.gov - The U.S. Government

State.gov - The U.S. foreign affairs agency


U.S. Embassies around the World

Supremecourt.gov - The United States Supreme Court

Fbi.gov - Federal Bureau of Investigation - FBI

States and Capitals of the USA

Census.gov - U.S. Bureau of the Census

Map of the U.S. States

Bostonglobe.com - Boston Globe National and World News

Thehill.com - The Hill The Newspaper

Latimes.com - Los Angeles Times

Nytimes.com - New York Times

Rollcall.com - Newspaper political news

Mercurynews.com - San Jose Mercury News

Time.com - Time Magazine

Usatoday.com - USA Today News

Usnews.com - U.S.News

Washingtonpost.com - The Washington Post Company

Economist.com - The Economist Business and finance

Ft.com - Financial Times US World business

Wsj.com - news from the Wall Street

Salon.com - Salon Magazine Reporting and commentary

Truthdig.com - Truthdig Reports

Projectcensored.org - Media democracy

Abcnews.go.com - ABCNews

Edition.cnn.com - CNN News

Discovery.com - Discovery Online IFrame

Getty.edu - J. Paul Getty Museum

Guggenheim.org - Guggenheim Museum modern art

Americanart.si.edu - National Museum of American Art

Metmuseum.org - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Moma.org - MoMa The Museum of Modern Art New York

Whitney.org - Whitney Museum of American Art

Amnh.org - American Museum of Natural History

Loc.gov - The Library of Congress

Merriam-webster.com - OnLine Dictionary

Metopera.org - The Metropolitan Opera

Nba.com - National Basketball Association, NBA

Nfl.com - National Football League, NFL

Mlb.mlb.com - Major League Baseball

Bankofamerica.com - Bank of America

Federalreserve.gov - The Central Bank of the US

Chase.com - Chase Manhattan Bank

Nasdaq.com - The Nasdaq Stock Market

Nyse.com - New York Stock Exchange


Uschamber.com - U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Apple.com - Apple Americas better computer

Brooksbrothers.com - The American style clothing

Campbells.com - Well known canned soup

Coca-cola.com - Coca-Cola American Softdrink

Enaming.com - domain names sales

Disneyinternational.com - Disney The Web Site for Families

Dowjones.com - Dow Jones stock indicator

Kodak.com - Eastman Kodak American Films

Intl.fender.com - The Guitars

Ford.com - Ford car

Gillette.com - Gillette American razor blades

Harley-davidson.com - Harley-Davidson American Motor Cycles

Hersheys.com - American Chocolate

Ibm.com - IBM Computer

Intel.com - Intel Microprocessors

Jimbeam.com - Jim Beam Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey

Kfc.com - Traditional American food

Global.levi.com - Levis American trousers

Mcdonalds.com - McDonalds American Food

Microsoft.com - Microsoft computer system

Nike.com - Nike American Sportswear

Gm.com - Oldsmobile American Cars

Playboy.com - Playboy Home of the bunnies

Ray-ban.com - Ray Ban Sunglasses

Rd.com - Reader's Digest

Startrek.com - Star Trek Pictures Universe

Tiffany.com - Tiffany Jewelry retailer

Ups.com - UPS United Parcel Sevice

En.volkswagen.com - Volkswagen isn't an American car

Warnerbros.com - Warner Bros. Hollywood

Xerox.com - Xerox The Document Company

Consumerreports.org - Consumer Reports

Aa.com - American Airlines

United.com - Continental Airlines

Delta.com - Delta Air Lines

Southwest.com - Southwest Airlines

International Airlines

Major Canadian and US Airports

Greyhound.com - Bus Greyhound

Amtrak.com - Amtrak American Railroad

Ustraintravel.com - Train Travel in the US

Usa-by-rail.com - USA by rail

Travelalaska.com - The Alaska Tourism

Visitarizona.com - Arizona Guide

Visitcalifornia.com - California travel and tourism

Visitflorida.com - Travel and Tourism to Florida

Hawaiitourismauthority.org - Tourism Guide for Hawaii

Visitmississippi.org - Mississippi Travel and Tourism

Travelnevada.com - Nevada Tourist information

Newmexico.org - New Mexico Tourism

Travelsouthdakota.com - South Dakota Tourism

Utah.com - Utah Travel Council

Choosechicago.com - Chicago city guide

Denvergov.org - The City and County of Denver

Detroityes.com - DetroitYes A guided tour to ruins of Detroit

Lacity.org - City of Los Angeles

Visitwesthollywood.com - Guide to West Hollywood

Ny.com - Guide to New York

Nyctourist.com - New York city tourism

Nytrash.com - NYTrash for everything trashy in New York

Sandiego.gov - City of San Diego California

Top 50 of the most populated cities in the United States


Ed.gov - U.S. Department of Education (ED)

Caltech.edu - California Institute of Technology

Mit.edu - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT

Parc.com - Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)

Nsf.gov - The National Science Foundation - NSF

Si.edu - Smithsonian Institution

Nasa.gov - NASA The Space Agency

Astrobiology.arc.nasa.gov - Astrobiology at NASA

Glenmillsschool.org - Glen Mills Schools

Dartmouth.edu - Dartmouth College

Cornell.edu - Cornell University Ithaca, NY

Columbia.edu - Columbia University City of New York

Duke.edu - Duke University Durham, NC

Georgetown.edu - Georgetown University

Harvard.edu - Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts

Princeton.edu - Princeton University New Jersey

Stanford.edu - Stanford University Stanford, CA

Berkeley.edu - UC Berkeley California

Ucla.edu - The University of California Los Angeles

Ucsd.edu - The University of California San Diego

Uchicago.edu - University of Chicago

Upenn.edu - University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA

Usma.edu - West Point United States Military Academy

Yale.edu - Yale University

Blackfacts.com - Black Facts Online

Csun.edu - The Signifyin' Monkey

Americanhistory.si.edu - National Museum of American History

Law.cornell.edu - The Legal Information Institute

Nps.gov - The Civil Rights Movement

Aclu.org - The American Civil Liberties Union

Formswift.com - Free Law Library

Baldeagleinfo.com - American Bald Eagle

Grist.org - Grist Magazine

Internetbrothers.com - The Internet Brothers Photography

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American History (https://www.usa.gov/history)

The history of the United States is vast and complex, but can be broken down into moments and time periods that divided, unified, and changed the United States into the country it is today:


  • The American Revolution (sometimes referred to as the American War of Independence or the Revolutionary War) was a conflict which lasted from 1775-1783 and allowed the original thirteen colonies to remain independent from Great Britain.
  • American politician and soldier George Washington became the first President of the United States in 1789, serving two terms.
  • Beginning in Great Britain in the late 1790s, the Industrial Revolution eventually made its way to the United States and changed the focus of our economy and the way we manufacture products.


  • In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson agreed to the Louisiana Purchase, successfully adding 530 million acres of land to the United States. The area was purchased from France for $15 million. The following year, President Jefferson assigned Meriwether Lewis (who asked for help from William Clark) to head west and explore the newly purchased land. It took about a year and a half for the duo to reach the west coast.
  • The American Civil War divided the United States in two – the Northern States versus the Southern States. The outcome of the four year battle (1861-1865) kept the United States together as one whole nation and ended slavery.


  • On December 17, 1903, brothers Wilbur and Orville Wright became the first people to maintain a controlled flight in a powered, heavier-than-air machine. The Wright Flyer only flew for 12 seconds for a distance of 120 feet, but their technology would change the modern world forever.
  • On April 6, 1917, the United States entered World War I by declaring war on Germany.
  • After nearly 100 years of protests, demonstrations, and sit-ins, women of the United States were officially granted the right to vote after the 19th Amendment was ratified on August 26, 1920.
  • The worst economic crisis to happen in the United States occurred when the stock market crashed in October 1929 resulting in the Great Depression.  
  • World War II officially begins in September 1939 after Germany invades Poland. The United States didn’t enter the war until after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
  • On August 6 and August 9 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, effectively ending World War II. 
  • After World War II, an agreement was reached to divide Korea into two parts: a northern half to be controlled by the Soviet Union and a southern half to be controlled by the United States. The division was originally meant as a temporary solution, but the Soviet Union managed to block elections that were held to elect someone to unify to country. Instead, the Soviet Union sent North Korean troops across the 38th parallel leading to the three-year long (1950-1953) Korean War
  • From 1954-1968, the African-American Civil Rights movement took place, especially in the Southern states. Fighting to put an end to racial segregation and discrimination, the movement resulted in the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the 1965 Voting Rights Act, and the 1968 Fair Housing Act.
  • The Vietnam War was a nearly 20 year battle (November 1, 1955–April 30 1975) between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. North Vietnam won the war and Vietnam became a unified country.
  • The Apollo 11 mission (July 16-24, 1969) allowed United States astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin to become the first humans to walk on the moon’s surface.


  • The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, changed the United States forever. Less than a month later (October 7, 2001) the United States began the War in Afghanistan, which is still happening today.
  • On March 20, 2003, the United States invaded and occupied Iraq. The war lasted for more than eight years before it was officially declared over on December 18, 2011.
  • In 2008, Barack Obama became the first African-American to be elected President of the United States.
  • Operation Neptune Spear was carried out on May 2, 2011, resulting in the death of long-time al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

Library of Congress Resources

The Library of Congress has compiled a list of historic events for each day of the year, titled "This Day in History." The website is updated daily and visitors can view the previous day's history as well as whatever documents, pictures, or outside information is available for each historical event. 

The American History section of the Library of Congress is separated by time period or subject and offers an in-depth look into the history of the United States. 

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Declaration of Independence

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The Declaration of Independence is one of the most important documents in the history of the United States. 

Fast Facts

  • It took Thomas Jefferson 17 days to write the Declaration of Independence.
  • On July 2, 1776, Congress voted to declare independence from Great Britain.
  • On July 4, 1776, Congress voted to accept the Declaration of Independence, marking July 4 as Independence Day.

To learn more, you may want to:

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U.S. Constitution

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The foundation of the American Government, its purpose, form, and structure, are in the Constitution of the United States. The Constitutional Convention adopted the Constitution on September 17, 1787.  

The Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the Constitution. It guarantees greater constitutional protection for individual liberties and lists specific prohibitions on government power. There are 27 Constitutional Amendments in all. The 27th Amendment, which was originally proposed in 1789, was not ratified until 1992. 

Where to View the Constitution

You can view the original, parchment copy of the Constitution at the National Archives Building. You can also view an online copy of the U.S. Constitution or order a printed copy of the Constitution.

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Military History and Museums

Military History

The United States Armed Forces date back to 1775, when America needed a defense force to protect the original 13 colonies from a British invasion. Today, there are five branches:

  • The United States Army is the oldest (established June 14, 1775) and largest of the five branches. Soldiers are responsible for performing land-based military operations.
  • The United States Navy mainly operates from the waters (seas and oceans) providing protection both in the water and in the air.
  • The modern-day United States Air Force is the youngest of the five branches (established September 18, 1947). Before the modern-day Air Force was created, it was an arm of the U.S. Army, dating back to 1907. Airmen are responsible for carrying out aerial military operations.
  • The United States Marine Corps is the smallest of the four branches under the Department of Defense. Marines provide both land and sea support to the Army, Navy, Air Force, and, in times of war, Coast Guard.
  • The United States Coast Guard is the only branch that falls under the Department of Homeland Security. The Coast Guard is multi-functional, with many peacetime missions. Coast Guard missions include: maritime search and rescue, maritime law enforcement, marine environmental protection, and ports, waterways, and coastal security. 


Military Museums

Military museums offer visitors insight into the history, defining moments, and current status of the branches of the United States Armed Forces:

  • The United States Army does not have an official museum but there are interactive exhibits available online as well as smaller, more focused museums located across the country.      
    • There is a plan in progress to develop a national museum in the Washington, DC, area. 
  • The National Museum of the Marine Corps is located next to the Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia, and features exhibits on the actions of Marines during World Wars I and II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
  • Located in downtown Washington, D.C., the National Museum of the U.S. Navy has exhibits on different navigational tools used by the Navy as well as artifacts captured by the Navy.
  • The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio and features a collection of aircraft used throughout the history of the Air Force.
  • The United States Coast Guard Museum is located on the campus of the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, and features artifacts from the nearly 230-year history of the Coast Guard.

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Military Memorials and Monuments

Across the United States, military memorials and monuments commemorate wars, battles, and those who lived and served during those times. Popular points of interest by each major war include:

American Revolution:

War of 1812:

Civil War:

World War I:

  • The National World War I Museum & Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri has various artifacts from the war – including uniforms, tanks and weapons, and illustrations, political cartoons and soldiers' drawings created during the Great War.

World War II:

Korean War:

Vietnam War:

  • In Washington D.C., the Vietnam Veterans Memorial has the names of the 58,000 Americans who died during the conflict etched into the walls of the monument.

Visit the National Park Service to search for more military memorials and monuments located throughout the United States. 

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National Cemeteries

There are 135 national cemeteries maintained by the Department of Veterans Affairs across the United States. Typically, military personnel who died on active duty, veterans, and their spouses and dependents are eligible to be buried in a national cemetery. The Department of Veterans Affairs also has a gravesite locator if you need to find the burial location of a veteran.

The most famous national cemetery—Arlington National Cemetery—is maintained by the Army and has different eligibility requirements from those maintained by the VA.

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The U.S. National Anthem

The Star-Spangled Banner is the national anthem of the United States of America. To celebrate a victory over British forces during the War of 1812, U.S. soldiers raised a large American flag at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, on September 14, 1814. Inspired by those events, Francis Scott Key wrote a poem called "Defence of Fort M'Henry," which eventually became the Star Spangled Banner and the United States national anthem. 

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