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Niagara Falls Page
Video images, in both MPEG and QuickTime, of Niagara Falls bring the spectacle to you anytime. If you've never been to see the Falls, this page will only whet your appetite. If you have seen the Falls, this page may bring back fond memories.

Hyper-Jeopardy!
If you've ever played along at home, you'll love Hyper- Jeopardy. Modeled on the original program, the format of the online version allows you to wager on categories, answer questions, and even go for broke in the final Jeopardy round.

Papers of George Washington
This comprehensive collection offers electronic versions of many of George Washington's writings. Our founding father's thoughts and ideas remain inspirational, even in the high-tech years of the late 1990's.

Joseph Wu's Origami Page
The gentle art of paper-folding takes a modern turn with directions for crafting jet planes and dinosaurs. The traditional designs are, of course, also available.

Cityscapes
You'll find links to pictures of cities and regions throughout the world. Never again will you have to just wonder what a city looks like. Social Studies and geography lessons may never be the same.

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