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12TH ARMORED MEMORIAL MUSEUM

1 Program.  The primary mission of the United States Twelfth Armored Division Memorial Museum will be to serve as a display and teaching museum for the study of World War II and its impact on the American people.

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ANDREW JACKSON

4 Programs.  The Hermitage is the home of Andrew Jackson the seventh president of the United States. General Jackson surprised the world with his victories in the War of 1812. Having proved himself a brilliant tactician and strategist with a no-fear attitude, America loved Jackson. And through the military, Jackson gained a renewed hope for the future of the United States.    (Website)

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AT&T PARK

1 Program.  AT&T Park with its breathtaking views and classic design, was chosen as the 2008 Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily as part of the inaugural Sports Business Awards Program. The first privately financed ballpark in Major League Baseball since 1962, the Giants’ home has many incredible features.    (Website)

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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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BRITISH NATIONAL ARCHIVE

1 Program.  The British National Archives is home to records created by the United Kingdom central government and agencies, and the legal system of England and Wales. These archived documents span every gamut of legal register from Domesday Book of 1086 to the present-day UK Government Web Archive.    (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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BURRITT ON THE MOUNTAIN

1 Program.  Burritt on the Mountain is an open-air museum in Huntsville, Alabama. The museum grounds on Round Top Mountain, a plateau connected to Monte Sano Mountain, were the estate of local physician William Burritt, who willed his house and land to the city for use as a museum upon his death in 1955. A number of 19th century rural structures have been added to Burritt's mansion, both in the interest of historical preservation and life re-enactment.

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BURRITT ON THE MOUNTAIN: A LIVING MUSEUM

1 Program.  Burritt on the Mountain is a place where students can connect with history and nature. Our guided educational tours reflect our commitment to quality education and are developed to meet national and state standards. We offer ad wide variety of exciting Home School classes for k-12. But you don't have to come to Burritt; we can come to you! Our Distance Learning program and Outreach are second to none! No wonder Education is a large part of our mission statement.    (Website)

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CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

8 Programs.  In the 1830s, Cleveland’s first natural history collections were housed in a small wooden building on Public Square. Its two rooms were crowded with animal specimens, earning it the nickname “the Ark.” The gentlemen who frequented the Ark had a passion for the natural sciences. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History was founded in 1920 in the spirit of this group.    (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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COW GIRL MUSEUM

16 Programs.  he National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West who have displayed extraordinary courage and pioneer spirit in their trailblazing efforts.    (Website)

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CREATIVE LEARNING FACTORY

16 Programs.  The Creative Learning Factory is your premier source for live, interactive, engaging, distance learning experiences. Our diverse catalog of award winning programming is an innovative means of learning and discussion for lifelong learners of all ages.    (Website)

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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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DAVE SCHWENSEN, AUTHOR

3 Programs.  Dave is the author of six books and has designed and instructs courses in communications and presentations skills for Cleveland State University, Youngstown State University and others. He's a former talent coordinator and consultant for television and live events in Hollywood and New York City.

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DENALI

3 Programs.  Programs November to March - Denali is an Alaskan environment of extreme temperatures, tall mountains, glacial landscapes, and more. The climate and landscape might be very different from where you live. If we're far from you, take part in the next best thing by bringing Denali to your group!    (Website)

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FIZZICS ED.

1 Program.  Fizzics Ed. has been a leading Australian provider of interactive science workshops and shows since 2004. Ben is available to share his stories with those who want to know more about Australia!    (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

3 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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FRESNO PACIFIC UNIVERSITY

2 Programs.  The Office of Continuing Education at Fresno Pacific University is located in Fresno, CA. We are offering highly interactive lessons for lifelong learners around the world to enhance instruction and learning.    (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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GLOBAL EDUCATION MOTIVATORS

19 Programs.  Programs that explore the present day world's issues and successes. Global Education Motivators (GEM) was founded in 1981 to help the community meet the complex challenges of living in a global society.GEM is a non-governmental organization (NGO) in association with the United Nations Department of Public Information.    (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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HEAD-SMASHED-IN-BUFFALO JUMP

1 Program.  Located 90 minutes south of Calgary, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was used by Native people for close to 6,000 years. Native guides describe a way of life at the very place where hunters drove buffalo over the cliff. In our imagination, the cliff still echoes with the voices of the hunters and the thunder of buffalo hooves.    (Website)

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HEARST CASTLE

13 Programs.      (Website)

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HISTORIC COLD SPRINGS VILLAGE

9 Programs.  Courses offered October 1 to April 30    (Website)

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HISTORIC WASHINGTON STATE PARK

5 Programs.  Historic Washington State Park represents 19th century Arkansas. Historic buildings, champion trees, the Southwest Trail, and demonstrations of daily life by award winning and highly skilled interpretive staff await your and your group.    (Website)

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HISTORY CONNECTS

1 Program.  The Virginia Historical Society's interactive programs offer informative and engaging experiences that bring history to life, while reinforcing the importance of primary source learning and historical inquiry. The VHS is proud to be one of the first distance learning content providers in the nation to partner with retirement communities, thereby expanding our audience while fostering opportunities for life-long learners.    (Website)

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HOLOCAUST

1 Program.  The Mission of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County is to teach the history of the Holocaust and its lessons through education and community outreach. We teach about the dangers of antisemitism, racism, bullying and all other manifestations of intolerance.    (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.

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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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INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM

1 Program.  The International Spy Museum is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events.

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JAMES K POLK HOME & MUSEUM

1 Program.  Few people have accomplished more in their political career than James K. Polk. As a U.S. Congressman, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Governor of Tennessee, and by age 49, President of the United States, he had his wife Sarah by his side acting as his closest advisor. Together they changed America, doing much to expand its boundaries from Atlantic to Pacific.    (Website)

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KIGLUAIT EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURES

3 Programs.  The Mushing Series explores the lifestyle of running dogs in Alaska - from racing the Iditarod to keeping your family warm and well fed throughout the long northern winter.    (Website)

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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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LEARN AROUND THE WORLD

17 Programs.  Note: 1 hr program $175/30 minute program $75. Learn Around The World (i.e., learnATW) has been at the forefront of the Virtual Field Trip (VFT) movement for the past two years and is pushing VFTs to the limit. With the launch of it’s flagship program, GEOshow, learnATW has been leading the way in the VFT market with it’s live, interactive programming that students and teachers both love.    (Website)

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

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MARINER'S MUSEUM

9 Programs.  The Mariners’ makes a difference in peoples’ lives, inviting them to discover their relationship to the sea by exploring maritime culture, science and history. The Mariners’ Museum is committed to using its art and artifacts to educate local, national and international audiences of all ages about the vital role of the sea in mankind’s development.    (Website)

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MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

1 Program.  This is your starting place for exploring the people, places and events that shaped Maryland’s past. Whether you are a student researching a paper, a teacher in need of a lesson plan, a family looking for fun things to do, a collector of rare objects, an amateur genealogist or a lover of period clothing, furniture or rare documents, we can help. You will find everything you need right here – including links to activities, guides and holdings at more than 300 other Maryland historical sites a

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MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM

3 Programs.  The Milwaukee Public Museum is a museum of human and natural history that provides a dynamic and stimulating environment for learning. The Milwaukee Public Museum interprets the world's cultural and natural heritage through collections, research, education and exhibits.    (Website)

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MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

5 Programs.  The Minnesota Historical Society preserves Minnesota's past, shares our state's stories and connects people with history in meaningful ways, for today and for tomorrow. Because history matters!    (Website)

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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 ARCHIVES, UK

9 Programs.  As the government's national archive for England, Wales and the United Kingdom, we hold over 1,000 years of the nation's records for everyone to discover and use.    (Website)

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NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM

4 Programs.  First and foremost, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a place to honor the game. When it was dedicated on June 12, 1939 in Cooperstown, N.Y., the Hall of Fame officially became the home of baseball by serving as its cornerstone and housing the stories honoring the greats of baseball's past.    (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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NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION AND FARMERS

4 Programs.  The New York State Historical Association and The Farmers' Museum are committed to engaging and connecting a broad public audience to New York State’s unique cultural heritage through exhibitions, extensive library collections, statewide educational programs, and publications that provoke, delight, and inspire.    (Website)

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OAIDA INTERNATIONAL

4 Programs.  Oiada has been working and interacting with the people of Ghana since 1997. During that time, we have amassed an impressive amount of historical and cultural information about Africa. However, rather than to simply publish the information in book form, we decided that a better way to learn about and appreciate Africa would be through interacting directly with its people.    (Website)

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OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY

3 Programs.  See Creative Learning Factory    (Website)

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PANHANDLE PLAINS HISTORICAL MUSEUM

6 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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PENN MUSEUM

2 Programs.  The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, through its research, collections, exhibitions, and educational programming, advances understanding of the world's cultural heritage. Penn Museum’s galleries feature materials from Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Bible Lands, Mesoamerica, Asia and the Mediterranean, and the native peoples of the Americas, Africa and Polynesia.

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PENNSBURY MANOR

4 Programs.  Pennsbury Manor is a reconstruction of William Penn’s home along the Delaware River. The reconstruction, based upon archeological finds, written documents, and research of the period, was opened to the public in 1939.    (Website)

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PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME NO PROGRAMS OFFERED SUMM

1 Program.  Since opening in 1963, the Pro Football Hall of Fame has grown in both size and stature. The building was expanded in 1971, 1978 and 1995, and completed major exhibit gallery renovations in 2003, 2008, and 2009. Together, these improvements have transformed the original 19,000 square-foot Hall of Fame museum into an exciting internationally recognized institution and travel destination.    (Website)

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RAILROAD MUSEUM OF PENNSYLVANIA

1 Program.  The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania houses one of the most significant collections of historic railroad artifacts in the world. Devoted to preserving and interpreting the broad impact of railroad development on society...

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REMINGTON CARRIAGE MUSEUM

1 Program.  Located in the rolling foothills of southern Alberta, the Remington Carriage Museum in Cardston, provides visitors with an authentic experience with 19th and early 20th century horse-drawn transportation. Using state-of-the-art techniques, the Remington Carriage Museum brings this bygone era to life

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ROAD SCHOLAR

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SHEFFIELD MUSEUM OF RURAL LIFE

7 Programs.  To preserve, study, and display the heritage of a rural community - Sheffield, Ontario, Canada, from the recent past to the pioneers, and beyond to the medieval and ancient roots of rural culture. To record as much as possible of our rural traditions in the face of today's increasingly all-encompassing urbanization.    (Website)

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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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SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM

1 Program.  Discover how events surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy relate to and help illustrate issues raised in the Bill of Rights.

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THE 911 TRIBUTE CENTER

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THE HERMITAGE, HOME OF PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON

4 Programs.  General Jackson surprised the world with his victories in the War of 1812. Having proved himself a brilliant tactician and strategist with a no-fear attitude, America loved Jackson. And through the military, Jackson gained a renewed hope for the future of the United States.    (Website)

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THE NATIONAL WWII MUSEUM

1 Program.  Originally founded in 2000 as the D-Day Museum, The National WWII Museum is now the top-rated tourist destination in New Orleans and an unforgettable way to experience World War II—from industrial efforts on the Home Front to the combat experience of the American soldier abroad—and honor the generation that sacrificed so much to secure our freedom.    (Website)

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THE PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA

4 Programs.  Videoconferencing with the Paley Center for Media (Formerly The Museum of Television & Radio), allows you access to the Center's archive of over 140,000 television and radio programs.    (Website)

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THE SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM

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THE SPY MUSEUM

2 Programs.  The International Spy Museum, a museum exploring the craft, practice, history, and contemporary role of espionage, opened in Washington, DC on July 19, 2002. The International Spy Museum is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events.    (Website)

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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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TINKER SWISS COTTAGE MUSEUM & GARDENS

1 Program.  Robert Tinker's inspiration for the Cottage came during his tour of Europe in 1862, where he fell in love with the architecture of Switzerland. In 1865, Robert began building his Swiss Cottage on the limestone bluff overlooking Kent Creek. Robert surrounded his Swiss Cottage with over 27 acres of trees, vines, winding pathways, flowerbeds, and gardens. A three-story Swiss inspired barn was added to the property which housed cows, chickens, and horses.

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TOY MUSEUM OF NEW YORK

1 Program.  Established in 1999, as a not for profit educational museum. New York City’s only toy museum solely dedicated to educating the public about the importance of dolls and toys in history, art and culture. The museum is interactive, educational, entertaining and fun for all ages.    (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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VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

15 Programs.  The Virginia Historical Society (VHS) was founded in 1831, making it the fourth-oldest such institution in the nation. It has operated without interruption for more than 180 years, which makes it the oldest cultural institution in the Old Dominion. The VHS is the only organization dedicated to collecting and interpreting all of Virginia’s history—all areas, all time periods, and all people.    (Website)

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WESTERN RESERVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

1 Program.  Northeastern Ohio’s cultural roots begin with the native American populations who first inhabited the area some 10,000 years ago. In 1662 the area became part of the colony of Connecticut whose royal charter granted it a swath of land extending across the continent to the Pacific Ocean. After the formation of the United States, Connecticut ceded most of its western lands to the national government but exempted approximately 3,400,000 acres lying north of latitude 41 degrees and extending 120 m    (Website)

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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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