Results for "Many Voices, One Nation (Online exhibition)"

 
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  1. Three men, two women and a child pulling rope to ring bell.

    Celebrating One Year and Many More to Come: National Museum of African American History and Culture

    • Date: September 26, 2017
    • Creator: Lisa Fthenakis
    • Description: Just two days ago, the Smithsonian celebrated the one-year anniversary of the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). It seems like just yesterday that we were all waiting for the doors to open; yet, so much has happened in the past year. Since President Barack Obama rang the bell that opened the museum, long lines and happy faces are

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  3. "One Hundred Forty Years of Danish Glass" Exhibition

    "One Hundred Forty Years of Danish Glass" Exhibition

    • Date: 1968 March 11, 1968
    • Creator: Unknown

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  5. Clarence S. Darrow (center) standing near Rhea County Courthouse.

    Hearing Voices

    • Date: October 20, 2011
    • Description: Access the official records of the Smithsonian Institution and learn about its history, key events, people, and research.

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  7. Opening of Crates for Bicentennial Exhibition "A Nation of Nations"

    Opening of Crates for Bicentennial Exhibition "A Nation of Nations"

    • Date: 1976 February 24, 1976
    • Creator: Harrell, Alfred

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  9. Reception for "One Hundred Forty Years of Danish Glass" exhibition

    Reception for "One Hundred Forty Years of Danish Glass" exhibition

    • Date: 1968 March 12, 1968
    • Creator: Unknown

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  11. How Many Birds Have You Seen Today?

    • Date: January 5, 2012
    • Creator: Pamela M. Henson
    • Description: The Christmas Bird Count was begun in 1900 by the Audubon Society. Many Smithsonian staff have participated in it in the decades since then.

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  13. Objects from "One Hundred Forty Years of Danish Glass" Exhibition

    Objects from "One Hundred Forty Years of Danish Glass" Exhibition

    • Date: 1968 April 4, 1968
    • Creator: Unknown

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  15. SI History Bibliography

    1876: A Centennial Exhibition. A treatise upon selected aspects of the Great International Exhibition held in Philadelphia on the occasion of our Nation's one-hundredth birthday, with some reference to another exhibition held in Washington commemorating that epic event, and called 1876, a Centennial Exhibition

    • Date: 1976
    • Creator: Post, Robert C,Goode, James M
    • Creator: Post, Robert C,Goode, James M

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  17. Hawaiian Children's Art (1962), unidentified artist.

    The Nation's Refrigerator

    • Date: May 15, 2012
    • Creator: Ellen Alers
    • Description: Children's art is put on exhibit throughout the country through the help of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.

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  19. Blog Post

    Roxie Laybourne: A Bird of Many Feathers

    • Date: March 24, 2016
    • Creator: Tad Bennicoff
    • Description: A brief biographical sketch of Roxie Laybourne, an Ornithologist who specialized in feather identification and pioneered the field of forensic ornithology.

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  21. How Many Objects does the Smithsonian Have?

    • Date: January 25, 2018
    • Creator: Lisa Fthenakis
    • Description: [edan-image:id=siris_sic_12123,size=250,left]It is a simple answer really: We counted. From 1978 to 1983, the Smithsonian undertook a comprehensive inventory of its collections. It was the first time the Smithsonian had ever tried to count each object in its collections and it was a massive task. Over five years, staff from every museum and research center spent thousands of

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  23. Black and white photograph of two young boys sweeping sidewalk in front of museum entrance.

    Fifty Years and Many More to Come!

    • Date: September 12, 2017
    • Creator: Lisa Fthenakis
    • Description: Friday, September 15th, 2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Anacostia Community Museum. Originally named the Anacostia Neighborhood Museum, Secretary Ripley envisioned this as a place to reach out to black residents of Washington, DC who were not seeing themselves in the museums on the Mall. Reporting on the opening of the museum, Secretary Ripley writes that

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