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How to Reject an Artifact Donation
This can be a very difficult part of a curatorís job. Here are some tips on how to deal with this sticky situation.
A History of Christmas Tree Ornaments
Over the years, Christmas ornaments have evolved from simple, paper pouches to elaborate hand blown glass figurines.
EXHIBIT REVIEW Ė The White House Garden
This traveling exhibition tells the story of the White House grounds, from Thomas Jeffersonís original plans to First Lady Michelle Obamaís vegetable garden.
What is National History Day?
History Day is not just a day, itís an experience! If you havenít heard of it before, there are lots of opportunities to get involved in your community.
Top Ten Artifacts to See Before You Die
Experiences resonate differently for each individual. But these are the artifacts that were so powerful for me, I believe every American should see them in his or her lifetime.
Holiday Event Ideas for Historic House Museums
To keep things fresh, historic house museums must be creative with programming. Here are some great ideas from some innovative museums.
How to Start a History Club for Kids
Museums are in a unique position to make history fun for kids. Take advantage of our informal learning environment and start a History Club!
National Digital Newspaper Program
Digitizing our nationís newspapers will provide an amazing resource for historical research.
Long Term Loans
It is never a good idea to accept long term loans. All loans should be short-term and for a specific purpose only.
Museum Assessment Program
Are you curious if your museum is following professional standards and policies? Consider participating AAMís Museum Assessment Program to find out.
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