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  1. New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860-1910 (Fred W. Morrison Series in Southern Studies) by Don H. Doyle, 1990-02-01
  2. "The Most Segregated City in America": City Planning and Civil Rights in Birmingham, 1920-1980 (Center Books) by Charles E. Connerly, 2005-06-21
  3. Cities of Silence: A Guide to Mobile's Historic Cemeteries by John Sledge, Sheila Hagler, 2002-01-01
  4. The Tragedy and the Triumph of Phenix City, Alabama.(Review) (book review): An article from: The Mississippi Quarterly by Lee E. Ii Williams, 1999-12-22
  5. Cotton City: Urban Development in Antebellum Mobile by Harriet E. Amos Doss, 2001-07-02
  6. Dixie City: a portrait of political leadership (University of Alabama. Bureau of Public Administration. Publications) by Robert T Daland, 1956
  7. Economic and social feasibility of revitalizing downtown Troy: A study for the city of Troy, Alabama (Monograph - Center for Business and Economic Services, Troy State University) by William Henry Smith, 1976
  8. Needs: A study to determine the needs of low income groups within the city of Troy, Alabama (Monograph - Center for Business and Economic Services, Troy State University) by James E Dykes, 1977
  9. A town planning study of Vredenburgh, Alabama by H. K Francis, 1944
  10. Egotopia: Narcissism and the New American Landscape by John Miller, 1999-05-04
  11. Breaking New Ground: The History of the Autauga Quality Cotton Association by Faye Gibbons, 1993-08
  12. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Freedom Movement (Makers of America) by Lillie Patterson, 1993-09
  13. The Second Battle of New Orleans: A History of the Vieux CarrñE Riverfront Expressway Controversy by Richard O. Baumbach, 1980-11

1. Alabama State Unit Study - Facts And Symbols
A state Unit Study about alabama These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of Print the alabama state Map and fill in the state capital, large cities and state attractions that
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State Unit Study - Alabama Series of Unit Studies for each of the 50 states. Related Resources Alabama Symbols Quiz
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From Other Guides Alabama Geography Huntsville, AL Elsewhere on the Web State of Alabama Montgomery These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of the United States and learn factual information about every state. These studies are great for children in the public and private education system as well as homeschooled children. Print the United States map and color each state as you study it. Keep map at the front of your notebook for use with each state.

2. Carl Vinson Institute Of Government - State And Local Government Review - Vol. 2
and careerism of the chief appointed officials in 15 alabama cities are comparedto Recently a few crossstate studies have emerged, but almost no longitudinal
State and Local Government Review Vol. 25, No. 1, Winter 1993 Leadership and Regional Councils: A Mismatch between Leadership Styles Today and Future Roles
Robert W. Gage
Leadership in substate regional entities is increasingly important today. This research suggests that there is a mismatch between the leadership styles that regional councils exercise today and the roles their officials expect they will play in the future. Participative leadership is currently the dominant form of regional council leadership while directive leadership is least exerted. However, a more directive form of leadership appears to be necessary to perform the broad consultative roles expected of councils in the future as they help to solve regional problems. Within-Region Variation in Acceptance of Council-Manager Government: Alabama and the Southeast
Robert S. Montjoy and Douglas J. Watson
Although the council-manager form of local government is now the most popular form of local government in U.S. cities of more than 10,000 population, its acceptance has not been universal. This research examines one state (Alabama) where the council-manager plan has not been widely accepted. The characteristics, attitudes, and careerism of the chief appointed officials in 15 Alabama cities are compared to similar managers in the region and nationwide. The authors find wide variations in acceptance of local government management in the South and suggest avenues for further research.

3. Governing: Research Organization Links
of alabama; Public Affairs Research Council of alabama of Counties; Nevada Leagueof cities; Nevada Taxpayers Center for NY state Local Government studies
Online supplement to Governing
State and Local Sourcebook

GovLinks index
State-Based Research Organizations Alabama
  • Alabama League of Municipalities
  • Association of County Commissions of Alabama
  • Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama Alaska
  • Alaska Municipal League Arizona
  • Arizona Association of Counties
  • Arizona Tax Research Association
  • Arizona State University Morrison Institute for Public Policy Arkansas
  • Association of Arkansas Counties California
  • University of California, Davis Institute of Governmental Affairs
  • California State Association of Counties
  • California Taxpayers’ Association California Tax Foundation
  • Colorado
  • University of Colorado at Boulder Center for Public Policy Research
  • Colorado Counties, Inc.
  • Colorado Municipal League
  • Colorado Public Expenditure Council Connecticut
  • University of Connecticut Institute of Public Service District of Columbia
  • Greater Washington Research Center Florida
  • Florida Association of Counties
  • Florida League of Cities
  • Florida Tax Watch Georgia
  • University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government
  • Association County Commissioners of Georgia
  • Research Atlanta, Inc. Hawaii
  • Tax Foundation of Hawaii
  • Hawaii State Association of Counties Idaho
  • Associated Taxpayers of Idaho, Inc.
  • 4. ProTeacher! Fifty United States Lesson Plans For Elementary School Teachers In G
    Social studies Geography Fifty states Lessons By state about alabama historyfrom the state archives students to locate the names of alabama cities source.

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    Geography Fifty States ... Lessons By State Alabama Alabama Map Quiz - A printable map with questions about the state of Alabama source
    Alabama Unit
    - Twelve printable worksheets with information and activities about Alabama state history and geography source
    Alabama Unit Study
    - An instructional unit about the state of Alabama with a printable blackline map, research questions, vocabulary puzzles, a crossword, and a timeline source
    Using Primary Sources in the Classroom
    - Ten teaching units about Alabama history from the state archives. Lessons range from the Creek War to the Civil Rights Movement, and focus on using primary sources source
    Youth Activity Sheets
    - A large collection of reproducible activity pages. Topics include Alabama's governors, history, civil rights marches, primary sources, and Native American heritage source
    Alabama Flag
    - A printable worksheet with a flag to color, information, and questions source
    Alabama Word Search
    - A printable word search puzzle for students to locate the names of Alabama cities source
    The Alabama Experience Study Guides
    - A collection of twenty study guides to be used with Alabama Public Televisions "Alabama Experience" series. Lessons span Alabama history from settlement to modern times and include vocabulary and project ideas. The guides are designed for secondary students, but many are adaptable

    5. Department Of Women's Studies, Washington State University
    University of alabama, Huntsville Women's studies. Moorhead state University (MN)- Women's studies; St University of Minnesota (Twin cities) - Women's studies
    Washington State University Home
    College and University Women's Studies Programs Alabama Arizona California Colorado ... INTERNATIONAL Alabama Arizona California
    • California State University, Chico - Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies California State University, Long Beach - Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies California State University, Northridge - Women's Studies Department California State University, San Marcos - Women's Studies Program Claremont Colleges (CA) - Women's Studies Program Mills College (CA) - Women's Studies Program Occidental College - Women's Studies Program Pitzer College - Gender and Feminist Studies Pomona College (part of Claremont Colleges, CA) - Women's Studies

    6. Fourth Grade Social Studies Objectives - Alabama History
    Tannehill Ironworks Historical state Park. Examples describe the location of Montgomeryrelative to other major cities using an alabama map, describe the
    Social Studies Resources Events References Guides ...
    RESOURCES The New York Times Learning Network
    - Find up to date newspaper stories with lesson plans. Another excellent source of daily news information is the Infoplease Daily Almanac . Go to the facts behind the news page each day for a list of connected Web sites that offer background information to help your students understand the day's top stories. On This Day from the New York Times Learning Network
    Here, students will find a dozen or so news headlines for each day. The headlines date back to the 1800s. Students will also find a list of living people who are celebrating birthdays on the day. An archive enables students to search for news headlines for any date. This Day in History from the History Channel
    This Web site provides historical headlines for each day of the year. Video clips relating to historic events can be downloaded from the archive of the History Channel. Yahoo's This Day in History
    A headline event from each date is highlighted and briefly explained. Then Yahoo provides links to the archive of the History Channel for additional events. Yahoo also offers a sister This Day in History site for younger learners on its Yahooligans site. On

    7. FRAC - Post Welfare Reform Hunger Studies
    (alabama—53%; California—59%; Colorado—55%; Florida—55%; Massachusetts Eightyfourpercent of cities surveyed reported increased demand state studies.
    A number of recent studies highlight continuing unacceptable levels of hunger and "food insecurity" in the wake of welfare reform. Even as many families move off assistance and into the workforce, low wages and unstable employment leave many of them without adequate access to food. At the same time, emergency food providers report continued long lines and requests for food, particularly among working families and households with children. The following are key food insecurity/hunger findings from recent welfare reform and emergency food studies. While some of these data are from 1997 before federal welfare law was fully implemented, they reflect both the beginning of implementation and, in a number of states, fuller implementation of work demonstration projects that were approved before 1996. National/Multi-State Studies of Hunger/Food Security The Urban Institute's "Snapshots of America's Families," In a 1997 study of families no longer receiving TANF assistance in ten large states (California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas), 36 percent of families surveyed reported that their children were eating less or skipping meals due to cost.

    8. Macmillan/McGraw-Hill: Social Studies 2003
    alabama. Capital Montgomery. Major cities Birmingham, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa.Location South. Nickname Yellowhammer state. Admitted to the Union 1819.

    9. Individual Studies Program | Potential NSE Host Campuses For UNI Students
    alabama state University, University of alabama. top, Minnesota state University,Mankato, University of Minnesota Twin cities. Minnesota state University Moorhead,
    Potential host campus list for outbound UNI students Use the menu and table below to locate a potential exchange college/university. Links will open a new window. Select a state/territory ... Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Indiana Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas U.S. Virgin Islands Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington DC West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming ALABAMA
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    Tuskegee University Alabama State University University of Alabama ALASKA
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    California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

    10. Ed. Leadership & Policy Studies - Lee Jones, Ph. D.
    Scholars award from the University of alabama at Birmingham. also received keys tothe cities of Newark Organizational Development from The Ohio state University
    Higher Education

    113 Stone Building
    Tallahassee, FL 32306-4452
    E-mail: Prior to his current position, Dr. Jones served as the Director for the Division of Multicultural Student Services and Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Washington State University. He was responsible for the areas of recruitment, retention center, counseling services, community relations, evaluation services, administration, peer mentoring, etc. He provided leadership to over 86 paid staff and managed the budget and all operations for the division. Earlier in his career, Dr. Jones served as Assistant to the Vice President for Business and Administration at the Ohio State University where he assisted the Vice President in implementing the Continuous Quality Improvement Program to over 1,200 employees. He provided leadership to The Ohio State University in the following positions: Director of Retention Services, Director of the University Mentoring Program, Director of Jones Graduate Tower, Director of Recruitment and Retention in the College of Dentistry, Course Instructor, and Executive Director and Founder of the University Mentoring Program Choir. He is the founder of 100 Black Men of Ohio State University and Washington State University and has recently been selected to serve as a member of the Board of Trustees at Keystone College. Dr. Jones has received over 175 awards and citations including the Alumnus of the year award from Delaware State University, the Graduate School Leadership award from Ohio State University, the Max T. Fisher School of Business award, Simba Man of the Year award, the University of Cincinnati Black Man Think Tank Special Recognition etc. The Black Greek Council at Ohio State awarded him with the Top Administrator Award for three consecutive years. He has received the Ennis Cosby Visiting Scholars Award from Keystone College and Visiting Scholars award from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He has also received keys to the cities of Newark, New Jersey and Kent, Ohio. He recently received the Presidential Social Responsibility Award from Kent State University and the Distinguished Image Award from Washington State University.

    11. Study Abroad - PlanetEdu (Worldwide Education Directory)
    Germany The University of alabama has study studies Germany *Various cities*, GermanyKentucky colleges and universities (including Morehead state University
    All Categories Study Abroad Internships Language Schools International Jobs Graduate Schools Volunteer High School Programs ESL Executive Education Educational Travel
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    Displaying results 1 - 15 of 26 Page(s): 1 Related Search Results: *Various Cities* - 4-Week Summer Program - Germany : *Various Cities*, Germany
    The four week summer program is ideal for students who want a short stay in their country of choice, but want a taste of life in that country.
    Osanbruck - Semester program in Germany
    : Osanbruck, Germany
    SUNY Oswego in Osnabruck, Germany: Students at the intermediate level of German are eligible for admission.
    Klagenfurt - Germany Language and Culture in Austria
    : Klagenfurt, Germany
    The University of Alabama has study abroad programs in Mannheim, Weingarten, and Augsburg, Germany as well as Klagenfurt, Austria.
    Luneburg - German Studies
    : Luneburg, Germany
    The University Studies Abroad Consortium offers quality study abroad programs in 19 countries. *Various Cities* - Kentucky Institute for International Studies - Germany : *Various Cities*, Germany

    12. Index By Study Location
    A Status Report on Hunger and Homelessness in American cities – 1999– US Conference of Mayors, December 1999, 22. state studies. alabama.
    Home Page
    Index by Study Location
    Title Release Date
    Page # National Studies
    Hunger 1997: The Faces and Facts – America's Second Harvest March 1998 Catholic Charities USA 1997 Annual Survey – Catholic Charities USA December 1998 Snapshots of America's Families - Income and Hardship: Food Concerns and Affordability – The Urban Institute January 1999 Parish Social Ministries 1999 Welfare Reform Survey – Catholic Charities USA March 1999 Extended Measures of Well-Being: Meeting Basic Needs – U.S. Census Bureau June 1999 How Families That Left Welfare Are Doing: A National Picture – The Urban Institute August 1999 Current and Former Welfare Recipients: How Do They Differ? – The Urban Institute November 1999 A Status Report on Hunger and Homelessness in American Cities – U.S. Conference of Mayors December 1999 Homelessness: Programs and the People the Serve – The Urban Institute February 2000 Racial and Ethnic Disparities: Key Findings from the National Survey of America's Families – The Urban Institute February 2000 Multi-State Studies Poverty Amid Plenty: The Unfinished Business of Welfare Reform – NETWORK's National Welfare Reform Watch Project April 1999 State Studies Alabama Private Food Assistance in East Alabama: Issues of Access and Need – Auburn University December 1999 Arizona Facts – Arizona State Report – America's Second Harvest and the Association of Arizona Food Banks March 1998 Arizona Cash Assistance Exit Study – Arizona Department of Economic Security January 2000 California A Report on the Impacts of the Implementation of the Five Month Time Limit on General Relief Cash Benefits in Los Angeles

    13. Center On Hunger And Poverty - Recent Studies
    Report on Hunger and Homelessness in American cities – 2002 state studies. alabama.
    About the Center Center Background
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    Food Security Institute About FSI
    Measuring Hunger in America

    National Facts and Figures

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    Join Our Mailing List Special Projects Hunger Free America Feeding Children Better Feinstein Hunger Petition HOME Page
    Index of Recent Studies on Hunger and Emergency Food Demand
    National Studies
    Empty Shelves: 1998 Survey of U.S. Food Banks. A report by Congressman Tony P. Hall. February 1998. Food Insufficiency Exists in the United States: Results from the Third National health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANESIII) American Journal of Public Health . March 1998. Hunger 1997: The Faces and Facts . America's Second Harvest. March 1998. Snapshots of America's Families - Income and Hardship: Food Concerns and Affordability . The Urban Institute. January 1999. Parish Social Ministries 1999 Welfare Reform Survey . Catholic Charities USA. March 1999. Extended Measures of Well-Being: Meeting Basic Needs . U.S. Census Bureau. June 1999. How Families That Left Welfare Are Doing: A National Picture . The Urban Institute. August 1999. Current and Former Welfare Recipients: How Do They Differ?

    14. Alabama State University
    is not far from other metropolitan cities, such as 3 natural sciences, 3 social studies,and 8 of Admissions, PO Box 271, alabama state University, Montgomery
    915 South Jackson Street
    Montgomery, Alabama 36101
    P.O. Box 271
    Alabama State University
    Montgomery, Alabama 36101-0271
    Phone: 334-229-4100
    Toll-free: 800-253-5037
    Fax: 334-229-4984
    Total Enrollment: Level of Selectivity: Noncompetitive; slightly competitive for teacher education Location: HISTORY In 1954 the college was caught up in the famous Montgomery Bus Boycott and the direct action campaigns of the Civil Rights Movement. Overcoming counteraction by state authorities and others, the college was granted university status in 1969 and adopted its present name. It was largely through the efforts of William Burns Paterson, who became president in 1878, that the institution became the first state-supported institution for the training of black teachers in the United States. During his administration, the school graduated its first 6 students. Regarded as the founder, Paterson led the University for more than thirty-seven years through many "insurmountable odds" that threatened to close the school. The campus occupies 138 acres in the historic Centennial Hill area of Montgomery, Alabama. Across the street is the beautiful Municipal Oak Park, one of the few space transit planetariums in the nation. Two new facilities are the Tullibody Fine Arts Complex and the Music Hall.

    15. | NCSS Affiliates
    alabama. state Council; Aldine; Cypress Fairbanks; Dallas; Houston; Midcities;San Antonio Virginia Virginia state Council; Virginia Consortium of Social studies
    Site Directory About NCSS - NCSS Membership - Background Statement - Contact Information - Endorsements - FAQ - Information Request Form - Position Statements - President's Message Affiliated Councils Annual Conference Associated Groups - CUFA - International Assembly - NSSSA Awards and Grants Citizenship Central Discussion Board FASSE Internet Resources NCSS Members Only Media and Press Information - Press Releases News and Legislation - Legislative Update - Newsletter (TSSP) - People in the News Professional Development - Calls for Participation - Career Center - Keizai Koho Fellowships - Online Learning - Opportunities Abroad - Summer Workshops - U.S. Events and Programs Publications - Book Store - Editorial Guidelines - Social Education - Young Learner - Middle Level Learning Public Relations Toolkit Standards - Curriculum Standards - Teacher Standards Teacher Resources - Classroom Focus - Mountains: A Global Resource - NCSS Information Services - Notable Trade Books - Teachable Moments: Sept. 11/Iraq - Worth Watching
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    Affiliated Councils Annual Conference Associated Groups ... NCSS Teaching Resources
    What is DataBank?
    NCSS DataBank is a repository of user-submitted resources and professional development opportunities, searchable by content or by standards theme. Type your search request above then press Enter, or click on one of the topics below to browse.

    16. Auburn University Center For Architecture And Urban Studies: Birmingham Studio
    summer of 2001, there have been six workshops, two a year since 1998, reaching over250 people from almost 100 towns and cities within the state of alabama.
    The Center works closely with Your Town Alabama, Inc., in producing and maintaining the curriculum for their nationally recognized participatory leadership workshops providing class-based planning and design training to citizen leaders from around Alabama. Center Faculty and staff helped start the program and continue to staff its workshops. As of the summer of 2001, there have been six workshops, two a year since 1998, reaching over 250 people from almost 100 towns and cities within the State of Alabama. Birmingham Center Small Town Design Initiative Site Map

    17. Business Assistance - Business Directories And Market Studies
    alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Recycling Office PO Box in NewHampshire This document lists towns and cities in the state that recycle
    Jobs Through Recycling Recent Additions Contact Us Print Version Search: EPA Home Wastes Jobs Through Recycling Business Assistance ...
    Business Directories and Market Studies AL AZ AR CA ... WI
    • Alabama Recycling/Recovered Materials Processors Directory
      This directory lists recycling and recovered materials processing facilities in Alabama by city and details the materials each facility handles.
      Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs
      Recycling Office
      P.O. Box 5690
      Montgomery, AL 36103-5690
      Phone: 334 242-5336
      Fax: 334 242-0552
      Recovered Materials End-Users/Manufacturers List
      This document lists recycled materials end-users and manufacturers in the state of Alabama and describes the materials they accept and products manufactured. Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Recycling Office P.O. Box 5690

    to find the towns and cities where these state Total Wyoming 194,015 West Virginia 166,600 Kentucky 30,206 North Dakota 29,288 alabama 27,712 New
    Getting to Know Iowa's Power Plants
    Iowa produces most of its electrical power from the burning of coal, nuclear energy, and running water. The following lists give the name and location of power plants in Iowa that use nuclear energy and hydroelectric power. The list includes some towns and cities that have coal-burning plants. Activity:
    Use a road map of Iowa to find the towns and cities where these electric generating plants are located. Then mark these locations on the Iowa county map on the next page. Use a color code or symbol for each type of power plant. Nuclear Generating Plant
    Duane Arnold Energy Center..............Palo Hydroelectric Plants
    Five-In-One Dam........Cedar Rapids
    Iowa Falls Mill............Iowa Falls
    Keokuk Dam...............Keokuk
    Anamosa Dam............Anamosa
    Waverly Mill..............Waverly
    Amana Dam................Amana
    Ottumwa Dam............Ottumwa
    Maquoketa Dam.........Maquoketa Coal-burning Plants Cedar Falls Council Bluffs Dubuque Lansing Sioux City Montpelier Marshalltown Waterloo Cedar Rapids Chillicothe Spencer Bettendorf Mt. Pleasant

    19. International Studies Abroad | Alumni
    Minnesota, Morris, University of Minnesota, Twin cities. University of South alabama,University of South Washington Lee University, Washington state University.
    Thursday, April 3, 2003 Buenos Aires
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    Madrid Salamanca Santander Sevilla Valencia Winter 2003 Fall 2003 We have created this section so that our potential students can contact our former students to get more in-depth information on specific programs and experiences they had with ISA. The names and email addresses on the following pages are students who have studied abroad with ISA and decided to make themselves available to talk to you about it. The links below are organized by destination. They will take you to a page with our most current alumni from that destination. Barcelona Alumni Granada Alumni Madrid Alumni Salamanca Alumni ... Multi-Country Program Alumni
    us alumni universities
    Students from the following universities have participated in ISA programs. The list grows every year! If your university name does not appear on the list, please do not assume that you are unable to participate in an ISA program. More than likely, you will be able to participate without any problem whatsoever. Please contact the ISA office if your university does not appear on the list and you have questions. Agnes Scott College Alfred University Amherst College Arizona State University Auburn University Augsburg College Austin Community College Bard College Barnard College Baylor University Blinn Junior College Boston University Brandeis University

    20. The States Of The United States
    name of the state bird of alabama; the names Social studies and Geography Grades 45. individualstates, states by region, famous cities, state oddities, rivers
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    The States of the United States Here you have it - all you could ever want to know about the 50 States of the United States and Washington D.C. This is the place to start if you need the name of the state bird of Alabama; the names of Wyoming legislators; the average life span of women living in Maine; a climate map of Alaska; or the location of all of the Native American reservations in Arizona. And, for students and parents, this is THE starting place for that inevitable 5th Grade State Report! Here you will find a list of the best web resources for the study of each of the states of the United States, including web resources, lesson plans, maps, games, activities and educational. As you have come to expect, Education Planet is your source for the best educational resources on the web!

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