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12 Armored Division Memorial Museum

1 Program "We Saw It, We Smelled It, It Really Happened, and It Was Horrible" Officially recognized as liberators of Hurlach 4, a Sub-camp of Dachau, the 12th Armored Division soldiers provide eyewitness testimony about the Holocaust and how it affected...

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Albany Institute of Art & History

Erie Canal Using primary documents and works of art, this videoconference will help students look back in time to understand the work that went into building the Erie Canal and the natural and political barriers that were overcome to construct it. The...

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Amon Carter Museum of American Art

1 Program Available Cowboy Close-Up The photographs of Erwin E. Smith (1886–1947) along with the paintings and sculpture of Frederic Remington (1861–1909) and Charles M. Russell (1864–1926), are viewed as primary resources that tell the story...

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Andrew Jackson and the Hermitage

4 Different Programs Available The Trail of Tears The Trail of Tears is a dark chapter in our nation’s history, especially for a nation built on liberty, equality, and justice for all. Join The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson in an interactive...

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AT&T Park: Home of the San Francisco Giants

1  Program Available Team Behind the Team - 45 minutes to 1 hour Have you ever wondered about all the different people that support a Major League baseball team? Or given any thought to what goes on in a ballpark before the team can take the field?...

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Authors on Call/iNK Think Tank

Charles Dickens: One of History's Greatest Writers and Reformers By: Andrea Warren Does an author have the power to change society? Using his gift for storytelling, Charles Dickens did exactly that. With the help of her latest book, Charles Dickens...

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Brown Museum National Park Service

3 Different Programs Available Brown vs. Board of Education - Julia D. Roundtree 1865-1954 Julia Roundtree was born Julia Duncan in 1865 in Topeka, Kansas and resided there most of her adult life. As a colored teacher she would witness the growth...

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Four Health Related Programs are now FREE due to a grant. Under the Weather: Climate Change and Health  Think that "climate change" just means turning up the air conditioning? Think again - climatologists agree that the future might make you sweat...or...

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Cow Girl Museum

18 Different Programs Available How Artists See Nature Photographers such as Ansel Adams and Elliot Porter shared Georgia O’Keeffe’s appreciation of nature as they captured unique scenery through the camera lens instead of paint and palette. Join...

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Cranbrook Institute of Science

8 Programs - More than 200,000 visitors flock to Cranbrook Institute of Science each year, making it one of the region’s best-known museums of natural history. Cranbrook is an internationally renowned center for art, education and science located in...

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