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04/28
Children's Museum in Easton
Easton, Massachusetts
04/27
Orlando Museum of Art
Orlando, Florida
04/27
Boca Raton Museum of Art
Boca Raton, Florida
04/26
Busted Wrench Garage Museum
Gulfport, Mississippi
04/26
Museum of Science & History
Jacksonville, Florida
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Aurora, Illinois
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Ellicott City, Maryland
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Tallahassee, Florida
03/24
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Onteonta, Alabama
Park
Northport, Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
History
Prattville, Alabama
History
Foley, Alabama
Art
Killen, Alabama
History
Mobile, Alabama
History
Piedmont, Alabama
History
Selma, Alabama
History
Troy, Alabama
Culture, History, Historic House
In 1971, Curren and Margaret Farmer incorporated their passion for knowledge and history into the most extensive collection of early American artifacts in the state of Alabama. When they founded the Pioneer Museum of Alabama, they sparked a fire that would burn fiercely for decades to come.
Atmore, Alabama
History
Florence, Alabama
History
Prattville, Alabama
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Heritage Association was born out of a sense of collective guilt some time after the Daniel Pratt mansion was leveled. After more than a decade of regret at having lost forever one of our most treasured of historic homes, the Prattville Study Club, then a group of 50 women, initiated the establishment of a county historical society.
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