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Who were the Pilgrims who celebrated the first ? Learn more with and an NEH-funded film.
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Traveling for ? Check out this lovely 1898 handwritten Thanksgiving menu with welcoming poetry for visitors from the Summit House in Creston, Iowa (via the -funded project.)
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On , our thoughts turn to family and food. The endlessly re-imagined recipes for stuffing and sweet treats provide food historians ample fodder for thinking about cross-cultural exchange in American society .
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An supports humanities-based education programs at the National Czech and Slovak Museum in Cedar Rapids, .
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NEH Nov 22
Journalism professor used an to research 20th-c. Midwestern women broadcasters.
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NEH Nov 22
Read the first draft of history at the Iowa Digital Newspaper Project.
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NEH Nov 21
In the 1880s B. Keith & E. Albee promoted “polite” “high-class” vaudeville. is digitizing their papers.
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Humanities Magazine Nov 21
When Truman Capote died in 1984, a passage from his 1956 “A Christmas Memory” was read at his memorial service--not one from "In Cold Blood."
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NEH Public Programs Nov 21
See The Barberini Tapestries for free! The is planning a Thanksgiving weekend open house at no charge!
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Phi Beta Kappa Nov 21
Read our with , creator of the Impact-Index which makes visible the impact of the NEH on local communities and cultural institutions:
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NEH Nov 21
This summer held two roundtable discussions where members of each community, including law enforcement officials, representatives, clergy, and local community leaders, met to discuss issues of racial tension in the country.
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Humanities Magazine Nov 20
How Jean Seberg, a young woman from Marshalltown, Iowa, became a French New Wave cinema sensation.
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Geneseo History Nov 21
. Prof. Emilye Crosby will be one of the scholars collaborating on the 2018 Summer Institute for School Teachers on grassroots activism in the Civl Rights era: teachers & librarians, apply!
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NEH Nov 21
For today's we're talking about historic coverage of . This guy didn't have the best luck.
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Library of Virginia Nov 21
Need a last-minute centerpiece? Have a large amount of crepe paper laying around? If so, this decorating tip from 1912 is for you! Lexington Gazette, 11/27/1912
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NEH Nov 21
“Teaching Iowa History” project will create state history resources for K-12 classrooms
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NYPL Archives Nov 20
"Why should I subscribe money, to build some hero’s statue?" Explore the Walt Whitman papers from the Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature
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Alabama Humanities Nov 20
We are so excited to be hosting one of Summer Institute's "Stony the Road we Trod." This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for teachers to build their knowledge of the Civil Rights Movement & bring it into their classrooms. To learn more go to
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NEH Nov 20
A new documentary on crime and punishment at the Iowa State Penitentiary, “The Fort,” recently premiered in Fort Madison, Iowa. Learn background information and watch the trailer.
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NEH Nov 20
Did you miss the address by Acting Chairman Jon Peede at ? Read it or watch it now.
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