Several of the Amanita species are actually good to eat.
Some are also deadly poisonous so this is an area best left for the experts. I did not even attempt to identify most of what is below as it is too easy to make an error.
People making mistakes when thinking that they are finding cocorras or another edible species that occurs in Europe or Asia might be the most common avenue of fatal mushroom poisonings in the USA. I do not recommend eating anything shown on or linked to from this page.
Amanita pantherina is a species that some people have historically used as an intoxicant. It does not sound particularly interesting in that regard but to each their own.
A yellow Amanita.
Another local yellow Amanita species.
the Grisette (Amanita vaginata) is perfectly edible but not incredible. These usually only get eaten around here very early in the mushroom season when there is a limited choice of edibles. It is OK and almost as nice as a commercial button mushroom although not as solid in texture.
Possibly some sort of a white Amanita. I am guessing that this is poisonous.