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Making Sense of the American Civil War: Host Institutions

December 20, 2011 | By Federal/State Partnership
"Making Sense of the American Civil War" is a scholar-led reading and discussion program for public audiences, presented by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association's Public Programs Office, and avilable in 36 states and the District of Columbia.  
 

Host Instutions for Making Sense of the American Civil War:

Alabama Humanities Foundation


Arizona Humanities Council


Arkansas Humanities Council


California History - Social Science Project University of California


Colorado Humanities


Delaware Humanities Forum


Humanities Council of Washington, DC


Georgia Humanities Council


Hawai’i Council for the Humanities


Idaho Humanities Council


Indiana Humanities


Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities


Maine Humanities Council


Maryland Humanities Council


Mass Humanities


Michigan Humanities Council


Minnesota Humanities Center


Mississippi Library Commission


New Hampshire State Library


New Mexico Humanities Council


New York Council for the Humanities


North Carolina Humanities Council and North Carolina Center for the Book-State Library of North Carolina


North Dakota Humanities Council


Ohio Humanities Council


Oklahoma Humanities Council


Pennsylvania Humanities Council


Rhode Island Council for the Humanities


Humanities Council of South Carolina


South Dakota Humanities Council


Humanities Tennessee


Humanities Texas


Fort Douglass Museum and Library (Utah)


Vermont Humanities Council


Virginia Foundation for the Humanities


West Virginia Humanities Council


Wisconsin Veterans Museum Foundation


Wyoming Humanities Council