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Offers an introduction to visual art history. Read about art movements, read famous artist's biographies, browse online art galleries, and find major art museums.
The Museum, located on Central Park West in New York City, was founded in 1869 by several philanthropists, including Theodore Roosevelt. The Museum has an enormous collection of animals, an anthropological collection, a Planetarium, and much more.
The Field Museum, located in Chicago and named for its first major benefactor, Marshall Field, the core collections of the museum are the biological and anthropological collections assembled for the 1893 World's Fair.
The Geographia site includes in-depth travel destination guides to more than 75 countries. Each country travel guide features cultural and historical insights as well as travel stories and more.
The ONE Campaign was launched in Philadelphia by the U2 rock musician Bono. To date there are over 2.4 million people and many well-known charitable organizations and celebrities involved in this effort to end world poverty.
Includes colonial history resources, a guide to visiting Williamsburg, and a Colonial Williamsburg Foundation mission statement.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is an independent Federal agency that promotes the preservation, enhancement, and productive use of our Nation's historic resources.
Read biographical sketches and view online high-resolution images of many paintings from 19th century masters.
Designed for academic and educational use. Online exhibition of works of art worldwide. Searchable by artist, theme, time period. Short historical section for each period and school of art.
This is the official website of the Nobel Foundation. It provides a detailed history of the prize and all its winners since its inception in 1901. There are biographies, interviews, articles, photos, and more.
Manufacturing refers to any industry in which products are made from raw material in a systematic way. This site describes three main processes involved in manufacturing and provides a brief history of manufacturing in America.
ASCII stands for the American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Visitors to this website can learn the history of the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII).
Whether in print or online, catalogs provide a convenient way for the consumer to shop from the privacy of home. Visit this site to learn the history of catalog shopping.
Crystal chandeliers create an ornate focal point that adds drama and glamor to a large room or entry hall. Learn about the history and construction of crystal chandeliers.
A family tree is a history of your ancestors. Many people are greatly interested in researching their family tree, and the Internet has revolutionized this process.
This site features information and photos of the national flag of France. Visitors can also learn the history of the French tricolor flag.
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