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Galva, Illinois
Church, Historical Society, Military
Museum opoened in 1988.
Rincon, Georgia
Archaeology, Cemetery, Church, History, Historic House
Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania
Church
Townsend, Tennessee
Children's, Church, Culture, Historic House, Historical Society
The Heritage Center in Townsend features two galleries tracing the region's history thousands of years back to the present, the region's transportation history, and 12 historic outbuildings from the region including cabins, barns, a chapel, setoff house, wheelwright shop, underground still and more. Visit website for hours and admission rates. Offers full schedule of concerts and special events thoughout the year.
Alexandria, Virginia
Art, Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Featured Exhibits: The Museum is featuring an photographic exhibit of Gum Springs' residents and founding families. Many of these photos are close to 100 years old, some older.
Anderson, Indiana
Church, Culture, History
The Museum of Bible and Near Eastern Studies at Anderson University was established in 1963 by Dr. Jeeninga. The name of the museum was changed at the retirement of Dr. Jeeninga in 1992 to reflect his nearly thirty years of teaching and work in the areas of religious studies and archaeology.
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