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Lockport, Illinois
History, Park
Plaquemine, Louisiana
History
The museum has artifacts and photographs of life in the parish around the early 1900's. There are two permanent exhibits: Iberville at War and Turning with the Century. Iberville at War is an exhibit exploring America's wars and the parish's participation. The exhibit features a Norden Bombsight from World War II as well as bayonets from the American Revolution. Turning with the Century explores life in Iberville Parish in the early 1900's.
Silsbee, Texas
Art, Culture, History, Historic House
On September 12, 1991, the Ice House received an historical designation from the Texas Historical Commission. With the help of volunteers and donations, the badly deteriorating building was restored to a usable condition, and the volunteers began to acquire permanent works of art and historical pieces for display. To exhibit the artwork, these volunteers designed a fine art gallery where exhibitions continue to draw art lovers year round.
Boise, Idaho
Art, Culture, History, Historic House
The Idaho Black History Museum, founded in 1995, builds bridges between cultures, breaks down barriers and provides a safe haven to explore the African American experience through the education of all people on African Merican history, culture and art with emphasis in Idaho. The 'Invisble Idahoan: 200 Years of Blacks in Idaho' is the current exhibit sharing the contribution of African Americans to Idahos history.
Boise, Idaho
General, History, Historical Society, Military
Covering a broad spectrum of military history, via photos and artifacts, you will see Gowen Field as it was during World War II as well as Idahoans in the Philippine Insurrection through Operation Iraqi Freedom/Enduring Freedom.
Pocatello, Idaho
Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Natural History, Science, University
The Idaho Museum of Natural History is home to collections in Anthropology, Earth Sciences, and Life Sciences. The Museum also maintains an archive which documents its history as well as the history of the collections. Researchers pursue scholarly study of the collections and publish their findings in peer-reviewed and museum-sponsored publications. Exhibitions emphasize the collections and mission of the Museum, and include permanent and special offerings.
Dania Beach, Florida
Art, History, Nature Centers, Science
Museum description: 60,000 sq. ft. world headquarters of the International Game Fish Association includes seven galleries, marina, 4 acre wetlands, live alligators, virtual fishing, films, library, tours, camps, scout programs and facility rentals available.
Springfield, Illinois
History
Lockport, Illinois
History
Arcola, Illinois
History
Champaign, Illinois
General, History, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
The Illinois Heritage Association perpetuates the history and heritage of Illinois by providing professional services to educational institutions, local government bodies and nonprofit agencies. It recognizes the contribution of people and nature to the shaping of the cultural heritage of the state of Illinois.
Urbana, Illinois
History, Library
Chicago, Illinois
History
Metamora, Illinois
Anthropology, Church, Culture, History, Historical Society, Library
Promoting heritage awareness through programs, tours and exhibits, research and publication. Remembering Swiss-German Amish-Mennonite pioneers of 1830-1850 to central and northern Illinois, their rural settlements and their faith; acculturation, nuturing congregations involved with peace and justice concerns and urban missions in following generations. Preserving pertinent unique items for posterity.
Springfield, Illinois
History
Springfield, Illinois
History, Library
Springfield, Illinois
Art, History
Springfield, Illinois
Anthropology, Art, History, Natural History
Lockport, Illinois
Art, Culture, History
The Lockport Gallery features changing exhibitions of art created by past and contemporary Illinois artists and artisans. Paintings, drawings, sculptures, quilts, and other decorative and ethnographic arts are showcased in rotating, theme-based exhibitions augmented by interpretive materials. The exhibitions are given an added dimension through educational events, group tours, and outreach activities for both children and adults.
Springfield, Illinois
History
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