Search for financial information about hundreds of charitable organizations that solicit donations in Missouri. Users can search for specific charities or view a list of all charities. (Site provided by the Missouri Attorney General's Office).
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Well-organized and full of useful illustrations. Written by a British chemistry teacher for high school and college students taking advanced chemistry courses.
A source for job listings and job hunter resources.
Created by the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, this website includes healthy food choices, dietary guidelines, nutritional information and healthy eating tips.
This site is devoted to financial education. Includes free interactive savings tools and calculators and links to resources arranged by subject and alphabetically.
Features stories about food, videos, recipes, and discussions about restaurants and cooking. Under Discussion Boards, the Home Cooking Board focuses on recipes, cooking techniques and cookbooks.
Provides a wide range of counseling services, both on an individual basis, as well as services for marriage and family therapy.
Lyrics to classic Christmas carols.
History, geography, maps and flags of countries of the world.
Provides detailed demographic, economic, and social information on countries of the world. Data also includes flags and maps.
Making publications that were distributed to federal depository libraries on floppy disk available over the Internet.
Serves foods to working adults, children, seniors, disabled people, veterans, un- and underemployed, homeless individuals and families, and others who struggle with poverty and hunger with household income (including wages, social security, government assistance and other resources) up to 150 percent of the federal poverty level in west St. Louis County, in the geographic footprint of the three school districts serving this area -- Parkway, Rockwood and Valley.
Food distribution - Our services include: food box programs; emergency food programs; household items programs; and a future youth farm that will provide opportunities for self-sufficiency activities for at-risk youth.
A comprehensive bibliography of web based style guides and other resources addressing citation formats for electronic materials.
Links for book reuse and recycling.
Provides information about waste disposal and recycling for the City of St. Louis.
Home page for the City of St. Louis with detailed information regarding city government, neighborhoods, resources, arts and entertainment, and enterprise community.
Browse through this web site to find a great amount of local information including economic and employment trends, housing, government and more. Check out This Week in St. Louis where local events are listed, searchable by date or category. NOTE: Site has changed and this part of description no longer accurate.
Includes name index for Civil War soldiers and sailors, histories of Union and Confederate regiments, battles of the war, and other historical information.
A searchable collection of articles published in the Charleston Mercury, The New York Herald, and The Richmond Enquirer between November 1860 - April 1865.