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24
Nov
Museums offer special exhibits - Kenosha News
22, 2015, at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, 700 N. 12th St., Wausau. lywam.org, 715-845-7010. -- All "Roads Traveled" columns are archived at roadstraveled.com. These articles began in 2002 and are the result of anonymous travel, independent ...
Source:  Kenosha News

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24
Nov
Fundraiser for African American Museums Riverside convention - Press-Enterprise
The Association of African American Museums is holding its first national convention on the West Coast in 2016, and the group chose Riverside as its site. The Riverside African American Historical Society is holding a fundraiser Friday, Nov. 28 to help ...
Source:  Press

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24
Nov
Program offered on lost architecture of the valley - Poughkeepsie Journal
LLOYD - Many once-notable buildings in the Hudson Valley have vanished, but Ulster County's foremost expert on architectural history William Rhoads, Ph.D., will resurrect many of them in a slide presentation of "The Lost Architecture of the Hudson Valley.
Source:  Poughkeepsie Journal

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24
Nov
A Russian Archaeologist Believes This Sword May Have Belonged To Ivan The ... - Business Insider Australia
The only medieval sword found in Siberia may have belonged to legendary Russian ruler Ivan the Terrible. Russian archaeologist Vyacheslav Molodin has called on European experts to help him validate his claim and solve a mystery that has had him ...
Source:  Business Insider Australia

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23
Nov
Is Historic Preservation Board dismissive of citizens? - Gainesville Sun
A local pastor came forward recently with concerns about the way she and others have been treated by Gainesville's Historic Preservation Board, prompting the City Commission to request an audit of the citizen board. At the City Commission's Nov. 6 ...
Source:  Gainesville Sun

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23
Nov
Local baseball fans sit down with the MLB Historian - Catskill Daily Mail
Major League Baseball fans and fanatics got together at the Beattie-Power Place this weekend to listen and converse with MLB's Official Baseball Historian John Thorn. Thorn proved to be a human database of professional baseball's rich history, dishing ...
Source:  Catskill Daily Mail

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23
Nov
New App 'Dig Quest: Israel' Teaches Children About Archaeology in Israel - Algemeiner
The Israeli Antiquities Authority is releasing a free app for iPhones and iPads. The app, called "Dig Quest: Israel," is meant to help kids get a feel for what archaeologists do, and experience what it's like to discover artifacts from the past. The ...
Source:  Algemeiner

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23
Nov
Conserving heritage : Archaeology officials trained in preventing bio-growth - The Express Tribune
"The joint initiative by Unesco, CIIT and archaeology department to protect the World Heritage Site of Taxila against bio-deterioration is a good example of public-private partnership and sharing expertise, knowledge and resources to protect the ...
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23
Nov
Archaeology conservationists angry at Vizag-Kakinada PCPIR report - Deccan Chronicle
The report, prepared by the Environmental Protection Training Research Institute (EPTRI), mentions that "No archaeological sites/protected monumen-ts/precincts of archaeological importance have been sighted within the boundary of the VK PCPIR.".
Source:  Kakinada PCPIR report

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23
Nov
Curator Talk: Timothy Verdon - Washington Post
A major figure in the Christmas story, Mary is in the spotlight at the National Museum of Women in the Arts' special exhibition "Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea." Join guest curator Timothy Verdon (director of the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo) for a ...
Source:  Washington Post

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