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TimeLines of Liberty

September 22, 2012 -- Submitted by Roger W Hancock, PoetPatriot.com, a reader from Auburn, Washington, U.S.A., who is affiliated with the site.

TimeLines of Liberty has been used by children in schools and home schools across the nation. It includes political timelines of America, individual States and Territories. Some American wars, political firsts, and the greatest list of one vote occurances I believe to be on the internet. TimeLines of The American Flag. The TimeLine of the First Presidents include the Presidents before George Washington (Those under the Articles of Confederation.) You can even find Rhymes of the Founding Fathers and the unsung heroes, the women and Black patriots of the American Revolution.

TimeLines of Liberty

May 28, 2008 -- From Roger W Hancock, a reader, from Auburn, WA, who is affiliated with the site.

TimeLines of Liberty – Various timelines of liberty and its origins. One Vote Occurances – The first Presidents – Presidents – Presidential Elections – Political Firsts – Last Words – U.S. History – Wars – and more.

American Presidents

November 23, 2000 -- From Steve Henthorn, a reader from Hazard, KY who is not affiliated with the site

This site provides information about all US presidents, including a brief biography, their inaugural address and more.

Firstgov.gov

October 2, 2000 -- From Beneva Schulte, a reader from Washington, D.C. who is affiliated with the site

Firstgov.gov is a centralized, simplified web portal through which the public can access all Federal government information and eventually all government services. It is a one-stop shop for every online resource offered by the Federal government.

PBS Kids Democracy Project

August 23, 2000 -- From Carol Snyder Dufault, a reader who is affiliated with the site

PBS Kids Democracy Project is an interactive government and election site for kids, launched today on PBS Kids Online. Visit to explore the three sections of the site, all of which were created based on the national civics standards for grades 3-6.

Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids

February 18, 2000 -- From Nancy W. Lewis, a reader from USA who is not affiliated with the site

This site is for children about the government. Ben Franklin takes the K child on a tour of the town telling them what each government office does. The alphabet is related to government and the United States. Very nice site for my class.