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The American Democracy Collection: Telling the story of Presidential Elections

This post originally appeared on our sister blog NARAtions.

From political campaigns to conventions, from constitutional amendments to landmark documents, the holdings of the National Archives document the history of American democracy in action. 229 more words

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August Schedule Adjustments in the Beaufort District Collection

Due to scheduled staff absences, the Beaufort District Collection has some schedule adjustments for August 2016.

We have a small panel exhibit “The Pollitzer Family” on loan from the South Carolina Historical Society on display in the 2nd floor gallery just outside the BDC’s Research Room door. 91 more words

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New Museum Exhibit: "What's inside a rock?"

Have you ever picked up a rock and wondered about what might be inside? This new exhibit puts everyday rocks under the microscope to show the beautiful secrets inside ordinary stones. 76 more words


Visitors As Recipients Of Museum Messages

Resource: Milo Varoevic, University of Zagreb

On the other side of the communication pyramidal structure, at the other apex of opposed pyramids, lies the recipient of the message. 1,221 more words


Participate In Our Next Exhibit

Would you like to participate in an upcoming Buffalo sports exhibit? Here’s how: The Buffalo History Museum is planning a feature exhibit, Icons: The Makers and Moments of Buffalo Sports. 91 more words


Santa Elena History Center Programs, 7/19 - 8/05

Join us for a variety of special programs and presentations 

In the Lecture Room of the Santa Elena History Center meet characters from our past, dive into the layers of the Santa Elena story, learn about the scientific aspect of archaeology, meet special guests in Beaufort, and much more!   698 more words

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The Water's Edge Exhibit and Opening at Penn Center

YORK W. BAILEY MUSEUM Penn Center, St Helena Is, SC

Exhibition: The Water’s Edge  – July 8, through October 29, 2016

Opening Reception: Friday, July 15, 2016 5:30 – 7:30pm Music by Phil Griffin… 711 more words