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02/21
A.E. Backus Museum & Gallery
Fort Pierce, Florida
02/20
National Museum of Health and Medicine
Silver Spring, Maryland
02/20
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Newport News, Virginia
02/20
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Millville, New Jersey
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Tallahassee, Florida
12/16
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Pine Bluff, Arkansas
History
Scott, Arkansas
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Science
Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized. Tour the museum and learn about farming life on a plantation.Visit the Dortch Gin Exhibit and learn how cotton was ginned. The seed warehouse exhibits display the various machines used to clean and grade planting seed along with the time and labor saving devices used in the warehouse.
Scott, Arkansas
Culture, History, Park, Science, Specialized
Exhibits and programs interpret the history of cotton agriculture in Arkansas from statehood in 1836 through World War II, when agricultural practices quickly became mechanized. Learn about growing and picking cotton, as well as ginning and storing the seeds. Tour the 1912 museum building, Dortch Gin Building, and Seed Warehouse #5.
Prairie Grove, Arkansas
Park
Hope, Arkansas
History
President Bill Clinton's 1st Home Museum & Exhibit Center & Museum Store have welcomed 54,000 visitors from 158 countries, from the North Pole to Antarctica and all around the Equator. One-third of our visitors are form other countries. They see Clinton not as the U.S. ex-president but as their current global statesman, and often related stories of how his diplomacy has positively influenced their countries, communities and lives.
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