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How To Use an Archive
Here’s what to expect when you visit an archive for research.
How to Visit a Museum
Museums are no longer stuffy places for only the elite to enjoy. They are community centers of culture where you can learn and have fun! So don’t be intimidated about visiting a museum.
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.
Identifying Glass and China Makers' Marks
Have you ever wondered what that funny symbol on the bottom of Grandma’s favorite teacup means? Learn more about identifying glass and china makers’ marks!
Identifying Glass and China Patterns
Matching your glass or china to a known pattern can be difficult. Here are some tips to get you started!
Interactive Website Harvest of History
Museums are beginning to focus more on providing online resources that compliment their sites. “Harvest of History,” a joint project between The Farmers’ Museum and the National Gardening Association, is an outstanding example of a history-based website.
Internship Curriculum Suggestions
Providing context for a museum intern through reading assignments and journal entries can enrich their experience.
Interview Tips for Finding a Museum Job
Congratulations! You got the interview! Now what?
Is a Museum Career Right For You?
A museum career offers variety, creativity and flexibility. But it isn’t for everyone. Here are some things to consider before you sign up for that master’s degree in museum studies.
Jack’s Livery Stables on Mackinac Island
Experience history first-hand on an island where time stands still.
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