This, and other voyages from the early days of powered flight are chronicled on the site, a joint product of science museums in Britain and the US. There are newspaper cuttings, diary extracts, letters and flight logs, technical details and a Teachers' Zone which explains how the material relates to the national curriculum.
The Scottish Parliament www.scottish.parliament.uk By the time you read this, the dust from the state opening of the first legislative assembly on Scottish soil since 1707 should have settled, and the Parliament's newly-elected MSPs will be getting stuck into business as legislators.
If you wish, you can watch them live on a"webcast". The site also does a good job at introducing the assembly, from historical, procedural and political perspectives.
There are lists of MSPs, archives of parliamentary questions and reports, plans of the building on The Mound, and impressions of the new Parliament building at Holyrood, scheduled to open in 2001.
An embryonic teacher's and young people's centre offers activities and puzzles for primary and secondary children, with more promised.
bill hicks: https:www.tes.co.uk