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BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK

2 Programs.  The rugged beauty of the Badlands draws visitors from around the world. These striking geologic deposits contain one of the world’s richest fossil beds. Ancient mammals such as the rhino, horse, and saber-toothed cat once roamed here. The park’s 244,000 acres protect an expanse of mixed-grass prairie where bison, bighorn sheep, prairie dogs, and black-footed ferrets live today.    (Website)

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BROWN MUSEUM NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

2 Programs.      (Website)

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BULLOCK STATE HISTORY MUSEUM

2 Programs.      (Website)

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COLONEL ALLENSWORTH STATE HISTORIC PARK

1 Program.  “Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park preserves the only township in California that was founded, built, financed and populated by African Americans.  Established in 1908 the town started strong until water supply problems and the Colonel’s untimely death lead to the towns demise around 1918.  The park was established in 1974 and protects the historic town site and surrounding fallow farmlands. 

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DANNY WOOD

2 Programs.  On Hannibal's Trail is a history and travel BBC television series in which three Australian brothers - Danny, Ben and Sam Wood

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DEVIL'S POSTPILE NATIONAL MONUMENT

1 Program.  Through the NPS Connections program, participants will have a chance to go behind the scenes to learn about real science happening at the Monument and meet researchers who are making it happen.

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DURHAM MUSEUM

1 Program.  The entire museum team is dedicated to enhancing our offerings and providing our guests with a unique experience each time you visit. From our permanent exhibits highlighting the history of Omaha and its surrounding regions, to impressive traveling exhibitions from our national partners such as the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Library of Congress and the Field Museum, there is truly something for everyone.    (Website)

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FORT LARNED

4 Programs.  Discover a complete and authentic army post from the 1860s -1870s! This well-preserved fort on the Santa Fe Trail shares a tumultuous history of the Indian Wars era. The sandstone constructed buildings sheltered troops who were known as the Guardians of the Santa Fe Trail.    (Website)

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FORT NECESSITY NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD

1 Program.  The park ranger will interact with the participants and use George Washington’s writings to show them how Washington’s ambition, hard work and experiences in the French and Indian War helped him mature into the famous man we all know today. Participants will have an opportunity to ask the park ranger questions.    (Website)

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FORT SCOTT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

4 Programs.  The story of Fort Scott is the story of America growing up. When the fort was established in 1842, the nation was still young and confined largely to the area east of the Mississippi River. Yet within a few years, Fort Scott's soldiers became involved in events that would lead to tremendous spurts of growth and expansion.    (Website)

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FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PRESIDENT LIBRARY & MUSEUM

6 Programs.  When President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed the idea of building a library to house his papers and memorabilia, detractors believed he was simply interested in constructing a monument to himself. Roosevelt, however, viewed the library as a solution to two problems – how to simultaneously preserve and provide public access to the records of his presidency. His was an attitude of “open government,” believing that the people of the United States were entitled to a better look at how their g    (Website)

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FT WORTH MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY

1 Program.  Dedicated to lifelong learning and anchored by our rich collections, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History engages our diverse community through creative, vibrant programs and exhibits interpreting science and the stories of Texas and the Southwest.    (Website)

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GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MONUMENT

1 Program.  The young child known as the "Plant Doctor" tended his secret garden while observing the day-to-day operations of a 19th century farm. Nature and nurture ultimately influenced George on his quest for education to becoming a renowned agricultural scientist, educator, and humanitarian.    (Website)

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GLACIER BAY NATIONAL PARK AND RESERVE

3 Programs.  A journey through Glacier Bay, an Alaskan treasure, is more than a journey through geography. It's a journey through time. We begin in the modern age and finish in the ice age, traveling north from the forested lower bay to the rocky, icy upper bay (roughly 65 miles/105km). We pass through hundreds of bold changes and subtle transitions where plants and animals pioneer new ground and surprise even the most seasoned observers of nature.    (Website)

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GLORE PSYCHIATRIC MUSEUM

1 Program.  George Glore spent most of his 41-year career with the Missouri Department of Mental Health nurturing its collections into arguably the largest and best single exhibition explaining the evolution of mental health care in the United States. His ultimate goal was to reduce the stigma associated with psychiatric treatment for patients, their families, and their communities.

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GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK

1 Program.  Grand Teton in Wyoming is an amazing place with an extreme climate, dramatic scenery and diverse wildlife, all of which might be very different from where you live.    (Website)

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HARLEY TRACKS

1 Program.  In 2008, a job in Hanoi, Vietnam, interrupted Mike’s plans, and the opportunity to import a Harley Davidson was a surprise, too. He could not have imagined the directions his life would take from there

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HEARST CASTLE

13 Programs.      (Website)

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HOLOCAUST AWARENESS MUSEUM

1 Program.  Using the resources of the museum, our mission is to educate Delaware Valley students and adults, personalizing the Holocaust so that they learn the consequences of racism, ethnic cleansing, and intolerance.    (Website)

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HOMESTEAD NATIONAL MONUMENT OF AMERICA

3 Programs.  Homestead National Monument of America interprets all aspects of life during the homesteading era and the affects of the Homestead Act of 1862 on the people, land, and world.    (Website)

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INNER ASIAN & URALIC RESOURCE CENTER

8 Programs.  The Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center is a Title VI National Resource Center dedicated to raising awareness about its target area: namely the Turkic, Iranian, Mongolian, Uralic, and Tibetan cultural spheres. Some countries included are Turkey, Azerbaijan, Hungary, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan.    (Website)

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INSTITUTE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES

3 Programs.  EURO is an area studies center dedicated to providing resources and training opportunities on Europe and the European Union to K-12 educators, other universities, business leaders, government officials, and the general public.

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KNIFE RIVER INDIAN VILLAGES NATIONAL MONUMENT

1 Program.  Earthlodge people hunted bison and other game, but were in essence farmers living in villages along the Missouri and its tributaries. The site was a major Native American trade center for hundreds of years prior to becoming an important market place for fur traders after 1750.    (Website)

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

10 Programs.  

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MINUTEMAN MISSILE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

1 Program.  Our programs focus on Modern American History, Cold War History, American Foreign Policy, Military History, The Space Race    (Website)

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NATIONAL ARCHIVES - FT. WORTH

2 Programs.  The National Archives at Fort Worth (formerly known as National Archives Southwest Region) is a center for historical and genealogical resources.    (Website)

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NATIONAL MUSEUM AUSTRALIA

2 Programs.  The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander program (ATSIP) at the National Museum of Australia works with Indigenous communities to collect, preserve and exhibit their objects and stories.    (Website)

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NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE

1 Program.  Homestead National Park - With the promise of Free Land, the Homestead Act of 1862 enticed millions to cultivate the frontier. Families, immigrants, women, and freed slaves flooded 10 percent of the nation’s land to chase their American Dream.    (Website)

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NEGRO LEAGUES BASEBALL MUSEUM

1 Program.  Programs are not offered on an on-going basis and depend on the availability of personnel.    (Website)

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NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

2 Programs.  To advance the study of family history in America and beyond, NEHGS educates, inspires, and connects people through our scholarship, collections, and expertise.    (Website)

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PANHANDLE PLAINS HISTORICAL MUSEUM

2 Programs.  From dinosaurs to conquistadors, you'll find it all in Texas' largest history museum. Relive the stories of courage and hardship, victory and defeat over the past 14,000 years. Step in and step back to the Old West in a life-size Pioneer Town, view one of the Southwest's finest art collections, experience the exciting history of the petroleum industry, and more.

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PEACE CORP

1 Program.  As the preeminent international service organization of the United States, the Peace Corps sends Americans abroad to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country.    (Website)

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SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK

2 Programs.  Just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park is your escape to recreation and re-creation. Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows—take a hike, meander along Skyline Drive, or picnic with the family. 200,000 acres of protected lands are haven to deer, songbirds, the night sky…and you.

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SITKA NATIONAL PARK AND MONUMENT

1 Program.  On an Alaskan island amid towering spruce and hemlock, Sitka National Historical Park preserves the site of a battle between invading Russian traders and indigenous Kiks.ádi Tlingit. Park visitors are awed by Tlingit and Haida totem poles standing along the park’s scenic coastal trail, and the restored Russian Bishop’s House speaks of Russia’s little known colonial legacy in North America.    (Website)

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THE SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM

4 Programs.  

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THE TRUMAN PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY

5 Programs.  Experience the eventful and triumphant life of America’s 33rd president. Harry S. Truman’s story is richly and uniquely American. From humble beginnings, he rose to become the most powerful man in the world. For nearly eight years, he guided our nation and the world through perilous times, from the ending of World War II to the beginning of the Cold War.    (Website)

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U.S. ARMY WOMENS MUSEUM

3 Programs.  The U.S. Army Women's Museum, in Fort. Lee, Virginia, is the only museum in the world dedicated to Army women. The Museum honors women's contributions to the Army from the Revolutionary War to the present, telling their stories with interactive exhibits and videos throughout the gallery, as well as film presentations in our theater. The museum also has an extensive research and learning center, and memorial garden.    (Website)

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VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL

1 Program.  The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is the organization that founded and built the Vietnam Memorial on the National Mall and continues to educate about the impact of the Vietnam era.

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WOODROW WILSON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM

1 Program.  This epic period in history comes alive as the Museum Educator uses artifacts and primary resources to tell the story of the Great War. Learn about events leading up to the war and see how propaganda was used to influence public opinion on the “home front”. Explore a World War l trunk and learn about life in the trenches. Evaluate President Wilson’s involvement in the war including the Fourteen Points and the League of Nations.

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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

1 Program.  One of the most enduring myths of Yellowstone National Park involves its beginning. As the myth goes, in 1870, explorers gathered around a campfire at the junction of two pristine rivers, overshadowed by the towering cliffs of the Madison Plateau. They discussed what they had seen during their exploration and realized that this land of fire and ice and wild animals needed to be preserved. Thus, the legend goes, the idea of Yellowstone National Park was born.

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