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The MacArthur Memorial, a museum dedicated to General Douglas MacArthur who fought in WWI, WWII, and the Korean War. The museum is located in Norfolk, Virginia.
Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan, the longest suspension bridge in the Western Hemisphere
official website of the state of Maine; Augusta (capital)
|Manhattan Project during World War II|
Department of Energy (DOE) traces its history to World War II and the work to develop the atomic bomb that ended the war. This link has resources on the Manhattan Project, the name assigned to the top secret effort because early work was done at Columbia University in New York City
|Marbury vs. Madison|
Marbury vs. Madison, an 1803 Supreme Court case that allowed it to determine the constitutionality of actions by the other 2 branches of government;
The Mariners' Museum and Park - located in Newport News, Virginia - USS Monitor artifacts
official website of the state of Maryland; Annapolis (capital)
official portal of the state of Massachusetts; Boston (capital)
|Math Moves U|
MathMovesU, an educational site (by Raytheon) to promote STEM with resources for Pi Day (March 14)
Mazza Museum of International Art in Children's Picture Books - on the campus of Ohio's Univ. of Findlay
|McCrae House in Guelph, Canada|
McCrae House in Guelph, Canada: home of John McCrae (1872-1918), soldier, physician, and poet who wrote In Flanders Fields in 1915 during WWI
|Merci Train (Gratitude Train)|
Merci train: railroad boxcars sent to each state in 1949 as a gift from France for America's role in WWII liberating France.
The Mexican Museum - established in 1975 in San Francisco
official website of the state of Michigan; Lansing (capital)
Michigan Apples shipped to more than 25 states; bumper crop of 31 million bushels in 2016
Microbiology Online by the Microbiology Society, an organization based in London with 4,000 members representing universities, industry, hospitals, and research institutes
official portal of the state of Minnesota; St. Paul (capital)
official website of the state of Mississippi; Jackson (capital)
official website of the state of Missouri; Jefferson City (capital)
This is a fascinating article from Montana Outdoors (2005) on the source of the Missouri River and the role the Lewis and Clark Expedition played in determining the source.
The USS Monitor, the first ironclad warship built by the U.S. Navy in 1861
|Monitor National Marine Sanctuary|
Monitor National Marine Sanctuary (NOAA): preserving the shipwreck of the Civil War ironclad ship, the USS Monitor, off the coast of North Carolina
official website of the state of Montana; Helena (capital)
Montpelier - the estate of James and Dolley Madison (Virginia)
|moon - NASA|
NASA information about the moon, Earth's natural satellite
The Morton Arboretum near Chicago was founded in 1922 and today is a leader in tree conservation and research.
Founded in 1985, the Motown Museum in Detroit is celebrating 60 years of Motown music in 2019;
|Museum of Tolerance|
Museum of Tolerance, a Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum; located in Los Angeles, California
|Music for All|
organization promotes high school bands and orchestras through regional and national competitions and championships
MusiCorps: "Helping wounded warriors play music and recover their lives"