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National Museum of American History
Here's a #Thanksgiving classic: a 1960s CorningWare casserole dish. What’s the first thing that comes to mind? A… https://t.co/I6HP3lCugK
Posted November 24, 2022
National Museum of American History
In 1800s America, some saw the Transcontinental Railroad as a symbol of modernity and national progress. For others… https://t.co/aSbCwUqRoG
Posted November 18, 2022
National Museum of American History
Certain her son would die in WWI, Hosteen Nez Basa, a Navajo woman, made this blanket for his burial. When her son… https://t.co/vg6Ts43eit
Posted November 16, 2022
National Museum of American History
RT @SmithsonianSec: Grace Thorpe stood for Native American equality. She worked in the Women's Army Corps during WWII, defended the legacy…
Posted November 16, 2022
National Museum of American History
RT @americanart: “I’m compelled how an object that is in some ways so humble and simple can have so much meaning and power.” Artist Marie W…
Posted November 16, 2022