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So You Want to Be a Curator
If you love history and want to share your passion outside the classroom environment, then a career as a Curator could be for you! Here's what you need to do to make it happen.
The Plantations of Historic Charleston, South Carolina
When my husband and I visited Charleston for our anniversary a few years ago, we fell in love with the southern charm of this historic American city!
The Mutter Museum
Where else can you see the preserved liver of conjoined twins, bladder stones removed from Chief Justice John Marshall, and a “Collection of Foreign Bodies Removed from the Food and Air Passages”?
The Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
A "slice of Americana" like no other!
The Sistine Chapel
The Sistine Chapel is one of several Vatican Museums, but it is perhaps the most famous.
Funeral Museums Teach the History of Death and Mourning
With death and dying in the news these days, it is an appropriate time to review the major museums that deal with the history of funeral customs.
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
This important tribute to African American history just opened in 2004. In honor of Black History Month, plan a visit to check out the important stories told in this one-of-a-kind museum.
The Textile Museum
Do you love antique textiles and contemporary fiber arts? Then next time you’re in Washington DC, check out The Textile Museum!
Volunteer at a Museum
If you are looking for a unique volunteer experience, consider a museum!
Antique Spotlight - American Costume Jewelry
Costume jewelry is highly collectable and is one of the most popular items purchased at antique shops. How much do you know about the history of American costume jewelry?
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