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American Centuries: Kids’ Home Page

Visit this online museum that is filled with interactive learning and explore American historical artifacts
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Visit this online museum that is filled with interactive learning and explore American historical artifacts from the lives of everyday people. Investigate the clothing worn in the 18th, 19th, and early centuries with Flash Player, then read about the individual pieces of clothing in the printable version. Watch brief Quicktime movies of old tools in action, see objects in the round, and find out what kids did years ago at school and at home.

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