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A federal agency, National Endowment for the Humanities supports research, preservation, public programs, and education in the humanities. Follow/RT≠endorsement
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NEH 7h
Elizabethan lawyers took pride in writing plays & poetry. Explore w/ 's Jessica Winston.
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NEH 10h
Visit Center for Arts & History to see Chinese artifacts brought to by gold miners
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NEHontheRoad 11h
Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saint: Popular Art of NE Brazil explores the dynamic Bahia region.
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NEH 11h
With an , the is expanding its exhibition and education capacities.
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HoosierChronicles 12h
Our newest blog uncovers the trail of destruction from the Reno Gang and its enemies. Read more:
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NEH 13h
funds digitization projects across the nation, like preserving local history
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NEH Jul 24
So true! Incans used couriers to send messages across mountains centuries before Hiram Bingham “discovered” the site
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NEH Jul 24
Machu Picchu was discovered in 1911. Check out this lesson plan on Inca culture.
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Kids.gov Jul 24
Teachers: Check out these awesome, free history and social studies lesson plans from .
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NEH Jul 23
It’s hot out there! Take a break from the summer sun and cool off with one of these NEH-funded films.
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Vermont Humanities Jul 24
Including "Latino Americans." We were pleased to receive an grant in 2015 to conduct public programming about Latino history.
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NEH Jul 24
Scholar examines the emotions evoked by memorials & historic sites in the American West.
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NEH Jul 24
I say po-TAY-to, you say po-TAH-to! This week we're highlighting 's work in the state of !
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NEH Jul 23
It’s hot out there! Take a break from the summer sun and cool off with one of these NEH-funded films.
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NEH Jul 23
A portrait of MO-born Thomas Hart Benton, who by 1930s was probably America’s most famous artist:
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NEH Jul 23
An helped preserve 130 years of local history in Adair County, Missouri.
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NEH Jul 22
. brings exhibitions into communities around the country.
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NEH Jul 22
Browse an NEH-funded archive of Teenie Harris’s photos, incl. of native Josephine Baker
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NEH Jul 21
Researchers performed CT scans on Egyptian mummies for signs of atherosclerosis.
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Interfaith Center NY Jul 19
NY Buddhist clergy/lay leaders speak w/ school teachers during Institute on teaching about religious diversity in public schools.
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