America the beautiful 2.0. (Educational Software).AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL America the Beautiful
patriotic song by Katherine Bates glorifying national ideals (1893). [Am. Music: Scholes, 30]
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A map of the U.S. forms the new home page of this updated subscription database on American geography and history, based on the America The Beautiful book series published by Childrens Press. Users can click on a state for further information, in the form of essays on history, geography economics, government, culture, and major cities, or go to one of the tabs on top of the page for information by subject. These subjects are: U.S. topics (cities, famous places, Native Americans, natural wonders, and presidents, with the new addition of explorers,); timelines (U S. history, arts and entertainment, science and technology, written word, and world history); a new feature, bulletins, consisting of monthly regional news articles (e.g., "The Old Man of the Mountain Old Man of the Mountain, rock formation, United States
Old Man of the Mountain, N.H.: see Franconia Mountains.
Old Man of the Mountain, in Islamic history
Old Man of the Mountain, in Islamic history: see Assassin. Loses Face") and listings of special events; profiles (an updated alphabetical list of the men and women profiled within the various state units), games (e.g., Who Came First? and The Capital Game); and an almanac almanac, originally, a calendar with notations of astronomical and other data. Almanacs have been known in simple form almost since the invention of writing, for they served to record religious feasts, seasonal changes, and the like. , including tables and lists on a variety of topics, such as state symbols, average annual salaries, longest rivers, the Supreme Court, U.S. dependent areas, and more, with sources given. Photos, maps, flags and other graphics, as well as a clear and simple layout, make this appealing to the eye, and the addition of an annotated bibliography An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that gives a summary of the research that has been done. It is still an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotated bibliography provides a brief summary or annotation. section, available at a click on the bottom of each page ("Further Reading"), makes it even more useful for students, teachers, and librarians. Access to an online dictionary and atlas is also available at a click. A teacher resources section provides ideas for using America the Beautiful in the classroom, with projects and activities. All in all, this is a nicely designed site for students in upper elementary grades through junior high school, and it's useful for public libraries, too. Paula Rohrlick, KLIATT