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|Campus Martius Museum|
Museum of the Northwest Territory in Marietta, Ohio, the first settlement in the Northwest Territory
|Candy Bomber - Gail Halvorsen|
site dedicated to Col. Gail Halvorsen, the Army Air Corps pilot who dropped candy to German children during the Berlin Airlift from 1948-1949
Research on automobile safety features as a partnership between the National Safety Council and the University of Iowa (at mycardoeswhat.org)
|Careers at NASA|
A wide range of expertise is needed by NASA from engineers and scientists to artists and public relations specialists
The story of Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) by the Carnegie Corporation of New York
historic building in Philadelphia that was home to the first Continental Congress and the first Bank of the United States;
|Cascades Volcano Observatory|
website devoted to Monitoring activity of volcanoes in the Cascade Range by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists
Chaffee Planetarium in Grand Rapids, Michigan named to honor Roger Chaffee, NASA astronaut who was killed on Jan. 27, 1967 in a fire on the Apollo 1 command module; planetarium is at the Grand Rapids Public Museum
Challenger Center - nonprofit organization formed by families of the astronauts killed in the 1986 Challenger space shuttle accident
|Chihuly Garden and Glass|
Chihuly Garden and Glass, an indoor-outdoor exhibition of Dale Chihuly's glass art, located at the base of Seattle's Space Needle
|Child Labor Act of 1916|
Keating-Owen Child Labor Act of 1916 (transcript - National Archives) Primary Source Document
|Choose My Plate|
Choose My Plate - dietary guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
|Chrysler Museum of Art|
Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia, founded by Walter Chrysler, Jr., son of the founder of the automobile company
|CIA World Factbook|
CIA World Factbook by the Central Intelligence Agency - detailed information on the population, government, education, and economy of every country in the world
|Climate by NOAA|
Climate and weather information by NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas
Pictures of 27 categories of clouds with symbols people use to report observations; chart by the National Weather Service
In 1803, Luke Howard described four core types of clouds, names still used today. This is an excellent introduction to clouds by the National Weather Service.
|Cold War Museum|
The Cold War Museum in Vint Hill, Virginia, the site of a previous U.S. Army Security Agency Field Station
|College Park Aviation Museum|
in College Park, Maryland; memorabilia from Elaine Harmon, WASP who is subject of a book by her granddaughter - Final Flight, Final Fight by Erin Miller
Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia - historic village telling the story of colonial America and the Revolutionary War
Colorado state government website
The history of copper sheathing from the 18th century on to today as told by the USS Constitution Museum in Boston - excellent site
|Crop Prgress reports (USDA)|
Crop progress reports from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) are issued weekly during the summer growing season and fall harvest; This site has state-by-state information.
|Crops for the Future|
Crops for the Future, established in 2009; Mission: facilitate the wider use of underutilized crops
National Cryptologic Museum, the public museum of the National Security Agency (NSA) in Maryland