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  • Travel guide from the Washington Post.

  • Health and drug information.

  • Contains wedding planning tools, photo galleries, vendor directories, advice, and more.

  • Provides descriptions of legal terms, documents and concepts as they apply to United States law.

  • The Westport Historical Society celebrates the history of Westport and its first citizens.

  • The Consumer Price Index (CPI) calculator lets you see how prices have changed over time.

  • Official website for the President of the United States.

  • This site includes documents, images, movies, animations, and data sets that explore the Earth and Space sciences and the historical and cultural ties between science, exploration, and the human experience.

  • Contains biographies, lessons, essays and more on women in world history.

  • Nonprofit organization dedicated to providing women with the skills and confidence to help them achieve economic independence for themselves and their families by providing comprehensive employment preparation and career transition programs, workshops and services to women throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area.

  • An easy to navigate site, giving clearly written practical legal help for victims of domestic violence. There are seven topical areas: Staying Safe, Know the Laws, Preparing for Court, Learn about Abuse, Where to Find Help, Helping Others, and Legal Statutes. The Know the Laws section is especially helpful because it's written in plain English and has information for each state.

  • This provides a list of current conflicts and wars around the world, organized by country.

  • Contains holidays of over 75 countries and holidays of four religions: Christian, Islamic, Jewish, and Orthodox. In addition, it includes four other calendrical systems, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew, and Islamic, all of which are relative to Gregorian.

  • This organization is devoted to the preservation of the natural diversity of plant and animal species, and their habitats, through the prevention of environmental degradation and destruction.

  • Find quality world history sources online by time period or region.

  • This site has world history resources from federal agencies.

  • Wedding traditions and customs around the world.

  • World newspapers and magazines in English.

  • This guide provides links to all types of music resources online.

  • This guide covers the basics of how to write about poetry. It includes why it is done, what you should know, and what you can write about.

  • Provides links to theatre and drama resources online.

  • For residents of Wyandotte County, Kansas. Get information on voter registration, upcoming elections, polling locations, and more.

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