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Alexandria, Virginia
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The museum consists of two tavern buildings made famous in the 18th century by tavern keeper John Gadsby. The taverns were a center of political, business and social life in early Alexandria. Famous patrons include George Washington and Thomas Jefferson.
Quincy, Florida
Art, Culture, History, Historic House
The Gadsden Arts Center is a cultural gem is located in the heart of downtown historic Quincy, Florida, right on the courthouse square. Only 20 miles west of Tallahassee, the Gadsden Arts Center presents a wide variety of exhibitions representing nationally recognized to local and emerging artists, and art of cultural or historical importance, and artwork by area school children. The Gadsden Arts Center Gift Shop offers unique art and crafts by over 100 regional artists.
Beatrice, Nebraska
Culture, History
Beatrice, Nebraska
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Museum is in a 1906 Burlington Passenger Station, the first Neo-Classical Revival architectural style on the Burlington line. This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Science, Specialized
In partnership with the Gaithersburg Historical Association, the City of Gaithersburg collects and displays photographs, documents, and other historic articles that tell the story of Gaithersburg and present that story in an interesting and interpretive manner. Tours, programs, local history publications, rentals, genealogical and other research opportunities, and much more are all waiting for you and your family at the Gaithersburg Community Museum.
Galesburg, Illinois
Art, Culture
We are a non-profit visual art gallery located in Galesburg,IL, a town of 33,000. The building we occupy is over one hundred years old. The lower level is used to exhibit work in both a gallery space and gift shop. The ceiling is the original tin. The gallery features track lighting and soft grey carpeted walls. The gallery is a modern space which the town of Galesburg can be proud of.
Sarasota, Florida
Art, Culture, Library, University
The Galleries located on the campus of Ringling College of Art and Design—which include the William G. & Marie Selby Gallery, Richard & Barbara Basch Gallery, Willis A. Smith Construction, Inc. Galleries, Patricia Thompson Gallery, Arland & Sally Christ-Janer Gallery and Crossley Gallery—provide community programming in the form of lectures, forums, panel discussions, and performing arts events.
Scandia, Minnesota
Children's, Culture, History
Gammelgarden (old, small farm) Museum is located in Scandia, Minnesota - the first Swedish settlement in Minnesota near the St Croix River and 30 minutes north of St Paul. Our 5 historic buildings, fully furnished with period artifacts, tell the story of the wave of Swedish immigration beginning in the 1850's. Our GammelKyrkan (old church) is the oldest Lutheran church still surviving in Minnesota and dates to 1856.
Victor, New York
Anthropology, Children's, Culture, History
Garretson, South Dakota
Culture, History, Historic House, Military
The Garretson Heritage Museum is an educational, cultural, and social learning center for children and families with a primary focus on history of our local area (Garretson, Sherman, and Booge; SD). The museum is governed by the Garretson Area Historical Society and many dedicated volunteers.
Gary, South Dakota
Cemetery, Children's, Culture, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Natural History, Park
Museum, log cabin, country school, old postoffice and general store, nature area, trout in creek on property, old jail house
Emmett, Idaho
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
* Early 1900's Store, includes 800-plus square-foot McNealy Library and Archives. * Hunt House - contains collection from Gov. Frank Hunt, who served as Idaho's governor 1901-1903. * Little Red School House - a one-room schoolhouse. * The Bunkhouse - a tribute to the cattle & sheep industry, plus taxidermy displays. * The Blacksmith Shop. Sponsors annual "River Through Time" re-enactment event the first weekend in October.
Rome City, Indiana
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Natural History
"The Cabin in Wildflower Woods" lies nestled on the shore of Sylvan Lake, near Rome City, Indiana. It is the former home of Gene Stratton-Porter, one of Indiana’s most widely read authors and one of the world’s first and best nature photographers. Her writing career began when her first piece was accepted by Recreation magazine for which she received $16. She wrote regularly for this publication for two years and then joined the staff of Outing, a national natural history magazine.
Hobart, Oklahoma
Culture, History, Library, Military, Specialized
Located in the southwest Oklahoma town of Hobart, the current museum is housed in recently-renovated historic downtown buildings. The 9,500 square foot facility includes a gift shop, a show room and display gallery that showcases items from General Frank's personal collection. The museum's theme of Leadership, Patriotism and Service is shared through many unique items, one-of-a-kind pieces, top secret videos and by the life lessons learned by General Tommy Franks.
Genoa, Nebraska
Culture, History, Historical Society
The Indian Industrial School at Genoa was the fourth non-reservation boarding institution established by the Office of Indian Affairs. The facility opened on February 20, 1884, and, like other such schools, its mission was to educate and "civilize" Native American children. The students that came to the Genoa Indian school were from more than 15 states and over 40 tribal Nations.
Joplin, Missouri
Art, Culture, History
piva Center for the Arts provides year round programming, changing exhibits, educational classes for adults and children, artists talks, and special events—based on a theme. (There are some exceptions, such as the annual Spiva Membership Show, PhotoSpiva, and 12x12 Auction.)
Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin
Culture, Library
The George W. Brown Museum is Located on the Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe Reservation. Our Museum is about the History of the Lac du Flambeau Community and the Culture of the Ojibwe Native American. We emphasize on the survival of our people and living within the seasons of out outstanding 4 season diorama centrally located. We also have many beadwork and birch bark displays.
Dallas, Texas
Culture, General, History, Library, Specialized
The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum currently holds over 29,000 cubic feet of textual records (over 70 million pages) and 1200 cubic feet of audiovisual records. In addition to the textual and audiovisual materials, the Library has approximately 80 terabytes of electronic records - the largest electronic records collection in the Presidential Library system - including over 200 million email messages and nearly 4 million photographs.
Diamond, Missouri
Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Park, Science
The young boy known as the “Plant Doctor,” tended his secret garden while observing the day to day operations of a successful 19th century farm. Nature and nurture ultimately influenced George on his journey to becoming a renowned scientist of agriculture.
Alexandria, Virginia
Culture, History
Dedicated to the memory of George Washington-Patriot, President, Mason - the Memorial was dedicated on May 12, l932, as an expression of the Masonic fraternity's faith in the principles of civil and religious liberty and orderly government.
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