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    Enfield Shaker Museum - Preserves and protects the Enfield, New Hampshire Shaker legacy.

    The Adirondack Museum - Exhibits and collections that reflect the history and art of two centuries of human endeavor in the Adirondack region. On thirty-two acres overlooking Blue Mountain Lake, the museum offers 23 indoor and outdoor exhibits.

    Cape Fear Museum - Natural history and culture through interpretive exhibits and educational programs at oldest history museum in North Carolina. Located in Wilmington, NC.

    Arizona Mohave Museum of History and Arts - Dedicated to the purposes of preserving the heritage of Northwestern Arizona and of presenting that history to the public. Located in Kingman, Arizona.

    History Museum for Springfield-Greene County - Located in the Missouri Ozarks, this museum offers exhibits of Springfield and Greene County, Missouri history from the prehistoric era to the 20th century.

    Mendota Museum and Historical Society - Preservation of local history including an extensive display of Wild Bill Hickok memorabilia at the Hume-Carnegie Museum. The Union Depot Railroad Museum has displays of the CB and Q, Milwaukee and Illinois Central items.

    Lucretia Vaile Museum - Providing a museum resource for historical data, artifacts and other items of significance relating to Palmer Lake and the Divide area.

    New Richmond Heritage Center - Located in New Richmond, Wisconsin. Historical buildings showcase regional history with exhibits, programs and events. Open all year.

    Mount Desert Island Historical Society Museum - Highlighting the history of Mount Desert Island in the heart of National Register District village of Somesville, Maine.

    New York Historical Society - New York City's oldest museum and historical society.

    Delaware History Museum - Interactive exhibits including displays ranging from items of everyday life to regional decorative arts and paintings in Wilmington, Delaware.

    Le Sueur County Historical Society Museum - History and culture of Le Sueur County, Minnesota. Also exhibits an art collection and the Swain Silhouettes.

    History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia - Dedicated to the collection, preservation, and promotion of the heritage of the Roanoke Valley and western Virginia.

    Frank McClung Museum - Museum of history and natural history located on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    Lewis and Clark Center Museum - Museum dedicated to the adventures and accomplishments of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Exhibits include information on the members of the expedition, the tools used, and their personal effects.

    Idaho Historical Museum - The story of Idaho from prehistoric times through the fur trade, the gold rush, and pioneer settlement to today at Idaho's largest and most visited museum in Boise.

    Missouri Historical Society Museum and Library - Preserves St. Louis and Missouri history through exhibitions, programs, research, publications, archives and permanent collections.

    Monmouth County Historical Association - Furniture, decorative arts, textiles and military objects on display at four historic house museums in Monmouth County, New Jersey.

    Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village - America's largest indoor/outdoor museum presents exhibits reflecting the change and innovation in American life.

    Salem Witch Museum - Dedicated to educating people about the facts and fiction surrounding the Salem Witch Trials of 1692.

    Fort Klock Historic Restoration - A fortified farm homestead in the Mohawk Valley, the 30 acre complex has original colonial farm structures with a 19th century schoolhouse and blacksmith's shop.

    Pacific County Historical Society and Museum - Covers southwest Washington, with history of logging, oystering, and small rural town living.

    Concord Museum - Exhibits and collects early american and Concord, Massachusetts historical artifacts and decorative arts, including the lantern hanging in Old North Church on the night of Paul Revere's ride.

    The History Museums of San Jose - Information on History Park (Victorian Town) in Kelley Park and Peralta Adobe, the Fallon House Historic Site.

    The Museum of the Fur Trade - Dedicated to preserving the history of the North American fur trade from early Colonial days to the present century.

    Pensacola Historical Society and Museum - Located in Pensacola's downtown historical district providing information about the history and geneological research.

    Mission Houses Museum - A historic house museum of early 19th-century Hawaii with a library and gift shop. Information about tours, craft fairs, quilt exhibitions, and living history events.

    Hidalgo County Historical Museum - Heritage and history of Southern Texas and Northern Mexico through exhibits, special events and classes at museum spanning centuries and cultures in Edinburg, Texas.

    National Postal Museum - Through its collection and library, this museum is dedicated to the preservation, study and presentation of postal history and philately.

    Coney Island Museum - Climbing the staircase to the second floor of the historic building at 1208 Surf Avenue in New York City, is a museum of Coney Island memorabilia.

    Washington Irving Trail Museum - Located on the site where Washington Irving camped in 1832, the museum also features outlaw and lawman history, cowboy music, Civil War battles and other events in Oklahoma history.

    Washington State History Museum - Located in Tacoma, explore the museum's Hall of Washington History and discover a new view of the past, from frontier towns to modern technology.

    North Carolina Museum of History - Located in Raleigh, North Carolina.

    Stars and Stripes Museum Library - Dedicated to the preservation of the history of the first printing of the Stars and Stripes veterans newspaper, located in Bloomfield, Missouri.

    Tillamook Pioneer Museum - This Oregon Coast museum established in 1935 now contains more than 35,000 artifacts.

    The Paterson Museum - Contains history of Paterson, NJ and surrounding areas.

    Floyd County Historical Society and Museum - With over 50,000 artifacts, one of the Midwest's largest rural museums, located in Charles City, Iowa. Features many depictions of prairie and industrial life.

    The Thomaston Historical Society of Maine and New England Historical Museum - Operates a New England museum dedicated to Maine's ship building, civil war and revolutionary war history.

    The Old State House Museum - Exhibits and preserves the history of Arkansa from statehood onward. Located in the oldest state capitol building west of the Mississippi, in Little Rock, Arkansas.

    Hall of Heroes - Museum in Pueblo, Colorado dedicated to honoring the history and lives of Congressional Medal of Honor recipients.

    Fredericktown Historical Museum - Established in 1807, Fredericktown has a rich historical background.

    The A.R. Bowman Museum - Historical museum dedicated to preserving Prineville and Crook County's past. Exhibits from the area include logging, farming, and ranching history.

    Union City Historical Museum - Museum that covers the history of Union City, California, made up of the two older towns of Alvarado and Decoto.

    Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History - Located in Washington, DC.

    Chicago Historical Society - Devoted to collecting, interpreting, and presenting the rich multicultural history of Chicago and Illinois.

    Kettle Falls Historical Center (KFHC) - 9,000 years of human history, from the Native American fishermen to the white settlers who changed the area significantly. The KFHC is located 3 miles West of Kettle Falls, WA on Highway 395.

    Old Jail Museum - Features Indiana historical artifacts, period furniture, and exhibits.

    The Lost Museum - A 3D exploration and archive of P. T. Barnum's American Museum, 1865, New York City.

    Greensboro Historical Museum - Exhibits American history including the 1960 Greensboro Sit-Ins, First Lady Dolley Madison, author O. Henry, and a large collection of Civil War firearms.

    Museum of Northern Arizona - Through permanent and changing exhibits, educational programs, research, and outdoor excursions, visitors can discover the anthropology, biology, geology, and fine arts of the Colorado Plateau region.

    Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site - Pennsylvania's 19th century prison, now open to the public as a museum and historic site.

    Museum of the Western Prairie - Includes hours, location, articles, photos, description of displays and reference materials. Altus, Oklahoma.

    Shaker Historical Society and Museum - Established in 1956 to house the Shaker Historical Society's collection of fine shaker furniture and artifacts.

    The Alamo - The official Alamo Site. The Alamo has been maintained by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas since 1905. Located on Alamo Plaza in downtown San Antonio, the Alamo represents nearly 300 years of history.

    The Tempe Historical Museum - The story and heritage of Tempe, Arizona, from prehistoric times to the present.

    The Discovery Center and Museum - Features the cultural history of the Columbia Gorge through two museums, a summer living history encampment, a theater, interpretive trails, art demonstrations, and lectures.

    Fort Ward Museum - Part of the fort system built to protect Washington D.C. during the Civil War, Fort Ward is now a historic site where visitors can view the remains of the original fort, museum exhibits and more.

    Leechburg Area Museum and Historical Society - Home to thousands of cultural artifacts from the Western Pennsylvania town of Leechburg.

    Horry County Museum - History of the Coastal Plain of South Carolina featuring current and special exhibits, events and educational programs.

    Yellowstone Western Heritage Center - A regional historical museum located in Billings, Montana, featuring Yellowstone River Valley, Crow and Cheyenned Native American culture and history.

    University of Alaska Museum - Displays artifacts of Alaska's human and natural histories.

    The Arizona State Museum - Collecting, preserving, researching and interpreting the cultures of the Greater Southwest, including Arizona and northern Mexico, since 1893.

    The Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages - Located in Stony Brook Village, Long Island, New York.

    Will Rogers - Located in Claremore, Oklahoma with eight galleries, three theaters, interactive television and a children's museum.

    Memorial Hall Museum Digital Collection - Artifacts and documents about New England's history includes exhibits, activities and curricula for students.

    Riverside Municipal Museum - Located in Riverside, California with anthropology, history, natural history, and educational displays.

    New England Carousel Museum - Located in Bristol, Connecticut, this museum houses a collection of antique carousel pieces.

    Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum - Located in rustic 19th century building, the museum offers an overview of the history of New Jersey's largest lake.

    Anti-Saloon League Museum - Temperance museum exhibiting materials and artifacts from the Anti-Saloon League. Located in Westerville, OH.

    Yakima Valley Museum - Offers historical displays focusing on the Yakima Valley -- its natural history, Native American culture, early pioneer life, and the roots and development of the Valley's fruit industry.

    Indiana State Museum - Located in the former Indianapolis City Hall and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    The American Caribbean Historical Museum - An interactive and bilingual museum that offers lifelike figures that depicts the historical aspects of the United States Virgin Islands from Danish colonization to United States possession.

    Kansas Museum of History - Kansas State Historical Society exhibits the history and culture of Kansas.

    Sweetwater County Historical Museum - The Wyoming museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits, a large historical photograph collection, and local history research material.

    Museum and White House of the Confederacy - Military, political and domestic artifacts and art associated with the period of the Confederacy, 1861-1865. In Richmond, Virginia.

    Seminole County Museum - History of Seminole County Florida.

    East Tennessee Historical Society Museum - Tour over 200 years of Tennessee history from early pioneer days to the Manhattan Project.

    The Waltham Museum - History of Waltham, Massachusetts, an educational non-profit organization which operates on a volunteer basis and is a recognized repository for gifts from individuals and estates.

    Liberty Bell Memorial Musuem - In Melbourne, Florida, featuring Liberty Bell replica and artifacts spanning 300 years of US history.

    Sam Houston Memorial Museum - Calendar of events, virtual tour, hours of operation, membership information, and chronology of Sam Houston's life. Located in Huntsville, Texas.

    Marysville Historical Museum - Visitor information, exhibit guide, calendar, and children's activities related to the history of the city. Marysville, Michigan.

    Museum of American Political Life - The drama and excitement of American political life is presented at this University of Hartford museum, which includes in its collections rare and significant political memorabilia.

    Museum of the City of San Francisco - History of the city, including exhibits on the gold rush and the 1906 earthquake.

    Superstition Mountain Museum - Features exhibits on the Lost Dutchman Goldmine and the artifacts and history of the Superstition Mountains in central Arizona.

    Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum - Largest history museum in Texas, located on the campus of West Texas A&M University. Exhibits include western heritage, transportation, and geology.

    A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum - Chicago museum about the chief organizer of the Brotherhood of the Sleeping Car Porters, and of African Americans in U.S. labor history.

    Old York: A Community Museum - The history and heritage of three centuries of life on the coast of Maine is displayed in eight buildings, including a library and research center.

    Paul Bunyan Logging Camp - This 19th century recreated logging camp features an interpretive center and many other buildings authentic to the logging era of northwestern Wisconsin.

    Pejepscot History Museums - Museums operated by the Pejepscot Historical Society in Brunswick, Maine, including The Pejepscot Museum, The Skolfield-Whittier House Museum, and The Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum.

    Four Rivers Cultural Center and Museum - Exhibits history of more than a century of culture and life in eastern Oregon. Exhibit themes range from Native American culture and early settlement to 20th century contemporary cultures and communities.

    Lambert Castle Museum - The Passaic County Historical Society maintains a library and museum housed in a castle in Garret Mountain Reservation, overlooking Paterson, NJ.

    Moosehead Historical Society - Exhibits Northern Piscataquis County, Maine history as well as guided tours of a restored late 1800s mansion and outbuildings.

    Francisco Fort Museum - Exhibits the early Colorado history in mid 19th century fort. Located in LaVeta, CO.

    Three Rivers Museum - Historical museum located in the restored Midland Valley Depot in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

    The Sumter County Museum - Promotes the history of Old Sumter District of South Carolina through the preservation and exhibition of objects, manuscripts, and documents.

    The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens - Online exhibition of the library's unique collection of California gold rush documents.

    Wayne County Historical Society and Museum - Exhibits display examples of life in early Wayne County, New York and fill the former County Jail, attached sheriff's home, and two-story carriage house.

    Ridge Route Communities Historical Society and Museum - Dedicated to the preservation of areas and artifacts of the communities along the historic Ridge Route corridor from Grapvine Canyon to Gorman in Southern California.

    Fort Wayne - Built over the years 1844-47 and currently houses the original Fort, the added buildings built in the 1930's, Indian Burial Mound, Great Lakes Indian Museum and the Tuskegee Airmen Museum.

    Historic Northampton Museum and Education Center - Museum of local history in the heart of the Connecticut River Valley of western Massachusetts.


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