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Remembering World War II
Historic sites and museums across the country preserve the memories and honor the efforts of Americans during WWII. This guide features 450 sites in all 50 states, with descriptions and illustrations of different aspects of U.S. involvement in the war.
World History and Cultures
This guide highlights over 500 locations across the United States where you can learn about world history and culture. It includes archaeological sites where you can learn about ancient people who lived in North America and museums where you can learn about ancient and modern civilizations across Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America.
Presidents and First Ladies
In addition to sites and museums that honor multiple presidents, this guide has a section for each president and his family.