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Discovering Lewis & Clark Issue Date: 03-08-1998

Cool Spots imageExplore the Wild West on the Internet at PBS' Lewis and Clark Web site. Connected with Ken Burns' film, "The Journey of the Corps of Discovery," this is the place to get the lowdown on the rigorous journey through the American West. Point your compass toward www.pbs.org/lewisandclark and lose yourself in a world of natural wonders and the cultures of Native America. You'll hear historians give their thoughts on the expedition and read the journals of the corps. Try the Language Chain Activity to see if you have what it takes to communicate with the Indian tribes, or try leading your own western-bound expedition. You can even download a Lewis and Clark screensaver for your computer. Get ready to blaze your own trail through America's most rugged mountains, rivers and forests!

Visit: www.pbs.org/lewisandclark
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A Virtual Tour Issue Date: 03-01-1998

Cool Spots imageGo back in time to the land of the Samurai and the Shogun at the Edo Virtual Tour. Edo is the ancient name for Tokyo, Japan, and it represents the essence of "traditional" Japanese culture. The Orient awaits at www.us-japan.org/edomatsu where you'll enjoy the best in Edo fashion, culture and cuisine. Wandering around this fair city, you'll enjoy the eclectic neighborhoods and friendly people that made Edo a great international destination. Plus, you can sneak a peak at some of Japan's finest art inside the Emperor's gallery. Between castles and sword fights, you will have an Asian adventure like never before. Tokyo may be a mega-city to the world, but its spirit of Edo still lives on.

Visit: www.us-japan.org/edomatsu
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Champ of Stamps Issue Date: 02-01-1998

Cool Spots imageFrom stamp information to the future of the post office, the United States Postal Service Online is a friend to anyone who has ever mailed a letter. And unlike the real post office, USPS Online has no lines and is open 24 hours a day. Address your browser to www.usps.gov and discover the ins and outs of postal communications as we head toward the 21st century. Use the rate calculator to find out how much it costs to mail that birthday gift to your great-aunt living across the country, or use the express mail tracking service. Stamp lovers will have the chance to design their own stamp, learn about starting a collection, and find out why some stamps are made, while others are not. Cartoon fans will love checking out the new Looney Tunes stamp series. Mailing letters has never been this much fun!

Visit: www.usps.com
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Achievement All-Stars Issue Date: 01-04-1998

Cool Spots imageAt the Academy of Achievement homepage, you'll get to meet the masterminds who have shaped the world we live in. Follow the road to glory and stop in at www.achievement.org where you'll mingle with the likes of George Washington, Thomas Edison and Amelia Earhart. These legendary achievers have fascinated the public, changed our societies, and made an impact on our everyday lives. This is no museum of relics, though. Writer John Grisham, musician Johnny Cash and filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola are also featured prominently. Once you've finished touring the Gallery of Achievers, it'll be time to kick back and watch highlights from Achievement TV, the interactive television network beamed into classrooms nationwide. For bookworms, the museum's library contains a reader's bulletin board, a virtual book club, and a link to the Library of Congress. Plus, you'll love the toys and treats commemorating your visit at the Gift Shop. The Academy of Achievement is a hall of fame that can't be missed.

Visit: www.achievement.org
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Globe-Trotting Issue Date: 12-28-1997

Cool Spots imageFor those who love to visit historical lands and nations, the University of Oregon's Historical and Cultural Atlas is a must-see on the Web. Take a journey out to http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu to explore the ruins of Europe, the temples of Asia, or the natural wonders of Africa. You'll browse through paintings in southern Italy, walk through villages in Spain, and visit a Roman theater in France. For those who prefer to stay closer to home, the Atlas has a timeline of maps that span across the history of North America. And once you're finished visiting churches and military sites, you can relax by shopping along the streets of Pompeii or taking in a sporting event at the Coliseum.

Visit: http://mappinghistory.uoregon.edu
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