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Articles with keyword "NEH In Your Museum & Library"

Image of 1835 revolt of slaves in Brazil

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Manifest Beauty

"Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints," featuring the art of Brazil is on exhibit in Detroit.

Protest sign from the student strike in Prince Edward County, Virginia

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Massive Resistance in a Small Town

The long struggle for integration in Prince Edward County, Virginia.

Abstract artwork

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Middle Eastern View

Geometric art connects different cultures.

Schneider Saloon

A Century of Commerce

A new MUSE award for museum excellence is awarded to an improbable exhibit of American enterprise: the work of butchers and saloon-keepers.

photo of Port Royal Parlor room display at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

Climate Change

Updated environmental controls, supported by an NEH grant, will help Delaware's Winterthur Museum develop new strategies for preserving cultural collections.

King James Bibles from the Manifold Greatness exhibition

A Biblical Event

Currently on view at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, the NEH-supported Manifold Greatness exhibition tells the surprising story of the King James Bible’s creation and lasting impact.

photo of Lincoln seated by Matthew Brady

'Forever Free'

Abraham Lincoln's views on slavery throughout his political career are reexamined in an NEH-supported traveling exhibition, “Forever Free: Abraham Lincoln’s Journey to Emancipation.”

For All The World To See exhibition at the International Center of Photography

For All the World to See

In the summer of 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till of Chicago was visiting relatives in the Mississippi Delta.

Samuel Clemens as a teenage printer, 1850

Autobiography of Mark Twain

Mark Twain demanded that his autobiography not be published in its entirety until 100 years after his death because he feared that much of it was too incendiary.