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Smithsonian: America on the Move

This rich, varied site explores the role of transportation in America's history. There are historical photos, tours through exhibits, a section on games for children, and a teacher resource center. courtesy of netTrekker
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This rich, varied site explores the role of transportation in America's history. There are historical photos, tours through exhibits, a section on games for children, and a teacher resource center.

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