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Arlington National Cemetery
Every American should visit this amazing historical site. Did you know the property was owned by the adopted grandson of George Washington, whose daughter married Robert E. Lee?

Planning Special Events
Don’t reinvent the wheel! You probably already do some wonderful things that when grouped together can become a special event. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Emergency Guidelines for Museum Staff
Share this list with the departments in your museum. Is everyone ready for an emergency?

Assessing Collections Damage
Your museum survived a tornado or fire, but some of your collections are damaged. Now what? Read on for some basic guidelines for assessing the damage.

Creating an Emergency Preparedness Plan
You never know when disaster will strike. It’s best to be prepared by planning now!

BOOK REVIEW - You Can’t Take a Balloon ...
This comic book style children’s book weaves the masterpieces of the Metropolitan Museum of Art into the tale of a young girl’s balloon as it travels the streets of New York City!

The Michigan Historical Center
No trip to Lansing, Michigan is complete without a stop at The Michigan Historical Center. The museum´s 20th century exhibits are outstanding!

BOOK REVIEW – Maisy Goes to the Museum
This children’s book is a great introduction to museums for kids 2 and older!

How to Write a Local History Book
Writing a local history book is a wonderful way to contribute to your community! Read on for some advice from an experienced author.

BOOK REVIEW – Behind the Museum Door
This one-of-a-kind book of poems about museums mixes art, science, and history with the art of poetry writing.

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