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Late Victorian Brides
Those Civil War era hoops skirts were transformed into bustles in the 1870s and 1880s, followed by the absurd leg-o-mutton sleeves of the 1890s! This is the fifth in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.

Brides in the Civil War Era
The hoop skirt was all the rage in the Civil War era. Learn more about bridal fashion in the 1860s! This is the fourth in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.

Queen Victoria’s Wedding
Queen Victoria revolutionized wedding fashion when she chose a simple white gown instead of royal regalia. This is the third in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.

Brides in the New World
Learn more about early American brides, from Native Americans to the Colonial Era. This is the second in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.

Early Brides
Explore the early history of weddings, beginning with our prehistoric ancestors through the Medieval Era. This is the first in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.

So You Want To Be a Museum Director
If you love museums and would like to be in charge of one someday, this is the career for you!

Museum Lover's Gift Guide
Do you have a Museum Lover on your holiday shopping list? Here are some museum-related and museum-inspired gifts!

Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center
There’s more to the history of Western Pennsylvania than meets the eye! Pittsburgh is the home of the Heinz Company, Mr. Rogers, and many important glass factories.

Antique Spotlight -- Depression Glass
Although it was sold cheaply -- or even given away! -- Depression Glass is a popular collectible today.

Nudity in Museums
Recently a teacher was allegedly fired in part because she took her 5th graders to an art museum where they saw “nudity” in artwork. As a professional curator, I wonder why Americans are so hung up on the human body, and why this is such a hot issue in the 21st century.

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