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50 U.S. States and Capitals  Most informative site for information on the states of the United States. Each state's page includes basic information and many links to sites with more information. You can find the text of the state songs, pictures of many of the state flowers and birds, maps, parks, political representatives, and much more.

Americans with Disabilities information can be found at this United States government site. 

Benefits.gov : your path to government benefits

Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government - From the Government Printing Office, this site provides learning tools for K-12 students, parents and teachers. (That's "Ben" as in Benjamin Franklin!).

CIA Factbook  The library used to carry a print copy of this title, but this site is periodically updated throughout the year, and presents the same information.

Congress Votes Database from the Washington Post - contains all the votes in Congress since the 102nd Congress (1991).

Contact the Congress - looking for fax numbers and lots more? 

Cost of Living calculator

Filing for Political Offices in New Hampshire - contains fees, pdf forms, and more.

FirstGov.gov is the official web portal to government information - federal services, benefits, and resources.  Here you can apply for government jobs, get a passport, find the cheapest gas prices, contact elected officials, and more.

GovEngine.com This site offers links to every state, with information regarding executive, legislative, and executive branches, job opportunities, laws, and more.

Internal Revenue Service forms and publications. In addition, archived IRS forms back to 1991, can be accessed at FedWorld.

JusticeLearning.org -is a great site for issue in civics, including U.N. Peacekeeping, Civil Liberties in War, Women's Rights, Gun Control, and more. It also offers a guide to the United States Constitution.

New Hampshire Legislators Web pages for your legislators in Washington, D.C.

Political Database of the Americas - information on elections, political parties, and constitutions in the Americas from Georgetown University.

Rockingham County - From Human Resources to the UNH Cooperative Extension Office, this site is the portal to information about your County.

Social Security Online This is the Official Web site of the Social Security Administration. 

Stately Knowledge   This reference source from the Youth Division of the Internet Public Library gives details about the states of the Union and Washington D.C. Includes facts, a US map indicating the state's location, a picture of the state's flag, and a descriptive list of WWW sites about the state. In additon there are comparisons of size and population, date of entry into the Union, state capitals, flowers, songs, and more. 

Statistical Abstract of the United States can be an invaluable resource.

Statistics and Demographics This site is rich in numbers! 

THOMAS: Legislative Information on the Internet  Access the full text of bills from the current 105th Congress, as well as 104th and 103rd. Search the daily Congressional Record for terms, then read the full text of relevant proceedings and proposed legislation. Or enter the name of a particular legislator and access his or her voting record. Also has roll call votes of the House for the 105th Congress.

U.S. Department of State is the place to go for information about Consular Affairs, immigration and naturalization, and much, much more.

Voting  and Election Information in New Hampshire

Who's my legislator? Find out who represents you in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and Senate.

 

 

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Updated 01/17/14