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Kennedy Center Honors


Kennedy Center Honors recognizes five individuals who have contributed to the cultural life of the nation and the world. About the honors provides a brief history of the awards created in 1978.

The Category:Coins and Medals


Welcome to Kentucky, the Bluegrass State!

See the official state website for the Commonwealth of Kentucky for the Constitution of Kentucky, the Budget of the Commonwealth, the Legislative Research Commission and other sites of importance.



Tinker Bell and her friends help kids in learning how to save energy on this site from the U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program. There are games and information about renewable energy resources: geothermal, solar, biomass, wind. There are quizzes and K-12 lesson plans for teachers and parents.

Category:Science for Kids


Kids.gov, the official kids' portal of the U.S. government, lists agency web sites designed specifically for kids. Many of these sites are educational and topics range from the arts to transportation, as well as links to "fun stuff."

Kids.gov - Arts


Kids.gov brings together subject-related resources for educators including an extensive list of government websites with coverage in the Arts. There are grade-level and subject specific lists such as Art K-5, Architecture ...

Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food


Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food is a USDA initiative to promote sustainable local and regional food systems that will support small and mid-sized farms and ranches, strengthen rural communities, promote healthy eating, and protect our natural resources. Includes a wide range of tools that can help farmers, ranchers, other businesses, communities, and individuals looking to build or take advantage of local and regional food systems.


The Korean War Veterans Memorial, dedicated in 1995, is located on 2.2 acres near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. There are 19 stainless steel statues, each standing taller than seven feet, representing the many soldiers who fought in the war. There is also a raised granite wall listing the twenty-two nations that contributed to this first U. N. effort, another wall with over 2500 photographic ...

Category:Korean War
Korean War Atrocities


This web page, part of the Military Legal Resources site created by the Library of Congress, offers full-text of a House of Representatives Hearing held in December, 1953. This hearing is divided into three parts and is titled, HEARING before the Subcommittee on Korean War Atrocities of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Government Operations, Un ...

Category:Korean War