Library of Congress The Library of Congress, in addition to its vast print collection, has several websites with educational resources, or kid-friendly pages.
Words and Deeds in American History One of the Library of Congress Memory collections. Includes ninety representative documents from the fifteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Included are the papers of presidents, cabinet ministers, members of Congress, Supreme Court justices, military officers and diplomats, reformers and political activists, artists and writers, scientists and inventors, and other prominent Americans whose lives reflect our country's evolution. Each of several themes is the focus of a separate essay containing links to digital reproductions of selected documents.
National Archives Explore our nation’s history through documents, photos and records.
Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government Ben's Guide has been around for a long time, offering information and webpages for students in 3 school age divisions, teaching materials, and help for parents. It now includes games and puzzles and adventures. (Ben's Guide logo)
Core Documents of U.S. Democracy Essential primary documents to teach and learn about our government. Links include scanned images of originals.