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Early History of The White House
The White House is an office, a museum, a landmark and a home. Did you know it is the only private residence of a head of state in the world that is open to the public, free of charge?
What works better for you – a guided museum tour or touring alone? Both ways of visiting a museum have benefits and drawbacks.
Top Civil War Sites to Visit
This year kicks off the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War. The celebration will continue through 2015, so plan to see some of these important Civil War historic sites on your next vacation!
The Campbell Center
Courses at the Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies include everything from green exhibit design to gravestone preservation.
Grant Writing for Museums
With revenue pools shrinking, grants have become more competitive than ever. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply for one.
What is Orvus Paste?
Have you ever heard of Orvus as a way to clean historic textiles? Read on for more information about it.
BOOK REVIEW – The Care of Antiques
This highly-recommended book is a standard museum studies text. If you are responsible for taking care of anything historic, you definitely need this book in your library.
Women’s Rights National Historic Park
There is no better place to appreciate women’s history than the Women’s Rights National Historic Park in Seneca Falls, New York!
In this economy, everyone needs to raise money to balance the budget. These are some of the ways museums and other non-profits can raise some much needed cash.
Quick Facts About Museums
How much do you know about museums? Here are ten interesting tidbits about the field.
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