- Celebration! Benjamin Franklin, Founder
Celebrate Benjamin Franklin's Birthday every January 17, in Philadelphia, with a seminar, a parade, and a ceremony at his grave at the Christ Church Burial Ground, and a luncheon.
- Benjamin Franklin: An Extraordinary Life: An Electric Mind
from PBS, including support materials for the TV program, with lesson plans for teachers
- Benjamin Franklin House
In the heart of London, is the house where for nearly sixteen years between 1757 and 1775, Benjamin Franklin lived.
- Ben and Verse
from Franklin's Sayings. See Benjamin Franklin's proverbs and quotes in sound bites and rhymes. Find a bio, links, and aphorisms by subject from "Poor Richard's Almanac." Monthly.
- Franklin Court
Visit Ben's house, print shop, and an underground museum devoted to the famed kite-flyer
- The Glass Armonica
Mozart played it, Beethoven composed for it, Jefferson wanted it. For a view of the lighter side of pre-revolutionary days, learn about the invention and rise to popularity of the glass armonica
- Forgotten Founders
The complete book online concerning the relationship between Franklin's works and the Iroquois
- Ralph Archbold
Think Ben Franklin is dead? Au contraire! Not only do Ben's ideas live on, but so does his spirit in the form of Ralph Archbold who portrays Ben all around the world. If your class needs to hire Ben Franklin, this is the place to come
- Bill Ochester
Portraying Dr. Benjamin Franklin, Printer, Citizen, Rebel, Scientist and Inventor, Politician, Statesman, Bon Vivant, Peacemaker, Sage
Glass Armonica Players
- Cecilia Brauer
Living in Merrick, N.Y., she is a pianist, teacher, associate member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and an avid player of the Armonica. Listen to some samples of the Armonica.
- Carolinn Skylar
From Philadelphia, Carolinn Skyler owns several Glass Armonicas and performs classical concerts and recitals as well as the historical portrayal of Marianne Kirchgaessner, the blind Armonicist in Ben Franklin's time.
"Soothing Sounds of Crystal Singing Bowls"
- William Zeitler
Out of San Bernardino, CA, he is "a premier composer of todayÂhis music is played on six continents. He has numerous published and commissioned works to his credit, produced seven CDs, performed around the world, and can be heard performing in concert as well as film & TV."