for little citizens of the world™

the united US

Americans are all different. Which is what makes
this such
a special place – people from all over the
world have chosen
to live here, sharing their food,
music, stories, and traditions.
There really is a whole
world right outside our door.

This year, we're getting to know our neighbors
across the
country, celebrating the creative spirit
that unites us all.

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  1. 1

    The Tlingit of the Northwest Coast and Alaska
    are
    one of only six tribes that invented totem
    poles, using
    them as markers of welcome,
    warning and memory.

  2. 2

    Completed in 1869, the Transcontinental
    Railroad made
    travel safer, faster and super
    scenic. Original fare to
    travel from Omaha to
    San Francisco was $65, equal
    to $1,192.65 today.

  3. 3

    Elsie, Michigan is home to the country's largest
    registered
    herd of Holstein dairy cows. 9,500 cattle
    roam the hills of
    Green Meadow Farms, producing
    milk, cheese and yogurt.

  4. 4

    Pizza first officially appeared in America in 1905,
    when
    Gennaro Lombardi applied to the city
    government for
    the first license to make and sell
    pizza at his grocery
    store in Manhattan's Little Italy.

From behind-the-scenes stories of
our adventures,
to recipes, and little
citizen-friendly DIY projects,
there's
always something new to discover at

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