Over 2.5 million electronic documents with free access and download: Books, Manuscripts, Maps and Plans, Prints, Photographs, Posters, Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers, and Music Scores. Sponsored by the Bibliotheque Nationale de France(the National Library of France).
Search by biographies, gangs, families, or events. Also has gallery of images.
An older site that is no longer updated. However, numerous helpful articles on what questions to ask in an interview, how to sell yourself in a resume, writing cover letters, etc. Plus, a list of books to read first.
Access to thousands of free lesson plans, a digitized version of every state's core academic standards (searchable by state), etc.
Free tutorials on the campus, forms, old handwriting, coat of arms, surnames, etc.
Where to start, getting organized, share your family's story, develop research skills, glossary, etc.
Post by surnames, regions or topics.
Online databases to assist genealogist with their research.
Visually learn about the body using animation. Shows the bones, muscles, and other systems within the body and their relation to each other.
Women's speeches from around the world.
Gives examples with the definition
Create a free account and track what you have read, are reading, and want to read.
Non-partisan government information portal designed to simplify the search for the best and most relevant government information online.
Web links to governments of foreign countries.
Public policy issues weblinks.
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Free website but does require login. Includes language resources for intermediate and advanced language studies.
Online mapping system showing the repopulation of New Orleans after Katrina. It has various ways of showing the data, from households actively receiving mail to those families that have chosen to stay and rebuild.
A searchable online Greek New Testament. Searches based on Anglicized Greek.
Free MP3 downloads available plus links to other downloads and text versions of the same.