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- Reference.com Dictionary, thesaurus, and encyclopedia all in one place.
- EasyBib Automatic bibliography and citation maker.
- Virtual Reference Shelf A list of valuable web resources compiled by the Library of Congress. Includes almanacs, quotes, statistics and much more.
- Internet Public Library Valuable site developed and maintained by a consortium of colleges and universities.
- NetSmartz.org Internet safety for children, parents and educators.
- YellowPages.com Find businesses, people and maps.
- Babel Fish Translates words, sentences, paragraphs or entire web sites from one language to another.
- Currency Converter Convert monetary values from one currency to another using live market rates.
- AcademicInfo.net Online education resources and degree Information
- College Board Compare colleges and degree programs
- Peterson's School information from one of the leading education search providers
- Access Genealogy Search databases, cemetery records, census records, military records, letters and more.
- Ancestor Hunt Includes many genealogical search engines.
- Family Search The largest collection of free family histories and genealogy records in the world.
- WhiteHouse.org Keep posted on presidential happenings and other federal government information with blogs and more.
- Missouri Business Portal Registration, licenses, permits and everything else you need to do business in Missouri.
- Small Business AdministrationPrograms and services to help your business start, grow and succeed.
- Grants.gov Find and apply for federal government grants.
- FAFSA Federal Student Financial Aid applications and information.
- GovBenefits See if you are qualified for government benefits and loans.
- US Supreme Court Find recent decisions, cases and arguments.
- Public Resources.org Public domain and government information resources.
- Health Finder Reliable health information sponsored by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.
- Medline Plus Health information from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
- National Library of Medicine The world's largest medical library.
- Pub Med A service of the National Library of Medicine that includes citations for science and medical journals.
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