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Mar 26 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe

Mar 26 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 2 – June 23, 2019 Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this exhibition is the centerpiece of a high-profile initiative on… Continue Reading American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Mar 26 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm The Durham Museum
This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha undergraduate, Adam Barritt. Omaha’s “Jobbers Canyon” was a recognized historic district placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It was demolished in 1988-89 to clear land for the building of the Conagra Brand’s headquarters and is to date one of the largest “lost”… Continue Reading Jobber’s Canyon: Omaha’s Lost History

Mar 26 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha History MA candidate, Sean Summerfelt. The Omaha Library Association was established in 1857 when Omaha City was only a fledgling three-year-old city. Though this first association was short lived, it amassed a collection of 4,500 books. In 1877 the Omaha City… Continue Reading For the People of Omaha: Byron Reed and the Original Omaha Public Library

Mar 26 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm The Durham Museum
**UPDATE 3/20 – SOLD OUT** The lives of America’s two First Ladies ranged from tedious, to amusing, to very exciting, each adding her personal style into the character of the nation. Join the first, First Ladies as they show how they carved the identity of the new United States. Martha Dandridge Custis Washington and Abigail Smith Adams grew up in… Continue Reading SOLD OUT – First Ladies First!

Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe

Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 2 – June 23, 2019 Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this exhibition is the centerpiece of a high-profile initiative on… Continue Reading American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha History MA candidate, Sean Summerfelt. The Omaha Library Association was established in 1857 when Omaha City was only a fledgling three-year-old city. Though this first association was short lived, it amassed a collection of 4,500 books. In 1877 the Omaha City… Continue Reading For the People of Omaha: Byron Reed and the Original Omaha Public Library

Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha undergraduate, Adam Barritt. Omaha’s “Jobbers Canyon” was a recognized historic district placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It was demolished in 1988-89 to clear land for the building of the Conagra Brand’s headquarters and is to date one of the largest “lost”… Continue Reading Jobber’s Canyon: Omaha’s Lost History

Mar 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe

Mar 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 2 – June 23, 2019 Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this exhibition is the centerpiece of a high-profile initiative on… Continue Reading American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Mar 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha History MA candidate, Sean Summerfelt. The Omaha Library Association was established in 1857 when Omaha City was only a fledgling three-year-old city. Though this first association was short lived, it amassed a collection of 4,500 books. In 1877 the Omaha City… Continue Reading For the People of Omaha: Byron Reed and the Original Omaha Public Library

Mar 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha undergraduate, Adam Barritt. Omaha’s “Jobbers Canyon” was a recognized historic district placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It was demolished in 1988-89 to clear land for the building of the Conagra Brand’s headquarters and is to date one of the largest “lost”… Continue Reading Jobber’s Canyon: Omaha’s Lost History

Mar 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe

Mar 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 2 – June 23, 2019 Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this exhibition is the centerpiece of a high-profile initiative on… Continue Reading American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Mar 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha History MA candidate, Sean Summerfelt. The Omaha Library Association was established in 1857 when Omaha City was only a fledgling three-year-old city. Though this first association was short lived, it amassed a collection of 4,500 books. In 1877 the Omaha City… Continue Reading For the People of Omaha: Byron Reed and the Original Omaha Public Library

Mar 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha undergraduate, Adam Barritt. Omaha’s “Jobbers Canyon” was a recognized historic district placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It was demolished in 1988-89 to clear land for the building of the Conagra Brand’s headquarters and is to date one of the largest “lost”… Continue Reading Jobber’s Canyon: Omaha’s Lost History

Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe

Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 30 – July 28, 2019 On May 10, 1869, two railroads—built with haste, hope and aspiration—joined in a lonely, dry desert of northern Utah, at a place called Promontory. On that day, dignitaries from both companies—the Central Pacific, which had built from California, and the Union Pacific, which had built from the east—gave speeches and installed… Continue Reading After Promontory: 150 Years of Transcontinental Railroading

Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 2 – June 23, 2019 Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this exhibition is the centerpiece of a high-profile initiative on… Continue Reading American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha History MA candidate, Sean Summerfelt. The Omaha Library Association was established in 1857 when Omaha City was only a fledgling three-year-old city. Though this first association was short lived, it amassed a collection of 4,500 books. In 1877 the Omaha City… Continue Reading For the People of Omaha: Byron Reed and the Original Omaha Public Library

Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha undergraduate, Adam Barritt. Omaha’s “Jobbers Canyon” was a recognized historic district placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It was demolished in 1988-89 to clear land for the building of the Conagra Brand’s headquarters and is to date one of the largest “lost”… Continue Reading Jobber’s Canyon: Omaha’s Lost History

Mar 30 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm The Durham Museum
American Experiments Now – May 18, 2019 Saturdays, 11AM-2PM (Available for private tours and workshops by calling 402-444-5027) Building a nation together requires conversation, debate, negotiation and compromise. American Experiments is a set of activities that invite you to explore, play and connect with the people around you. Four experiments bring to life the themes of the American Democracy exhibition—participation,… Continue Reading American Experiments

Mar 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe

Mar 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 30 – July 28, 2019 On May 10, 1869, two railroads—built with haste, hope and aspiration—joined in a lonely, dry desert of northern Utah, at a place called Promontory. On that day, dignitaries from both companies—the Central Pacific, which had built from California, and the Union Pacific, which had built from the east—gave speeches and installed… Continue Reading After Promontory: 150 Years of Transcontinental Railroading

Mar 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Exhibit on Display March 2 – June 23, 2019 Inspired by the new permanent exhibition at the National Museum of American History, American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith explores America’s bold experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” From the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this exhibition is the centerpiece of a high-profile initiative on… Continue Reading American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

Mar 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha History MA candidate, Sean Summerfelt. The Omaha Library Association was established in 1857 when Omaha City was only a fledgling three-year-old city. Though this first association was short lived, it amassed a collection of 4,500 books. In 1877 the Omaha City… Continue Reading For the People of Omaha: Byron Reed and the Original Omaha Public Library

Mar 31 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm The Durham Museum
This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha undergraduate, Adam Barritt. Omaha’s “Jobbers Canyon” was a recognized historic district placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It was demolished in 1988-89 to clear land for the building of the Conagra Brand’s headquarters and is to date one of the largest “lost”… Continue Reading Jobber’s Canyon: Omaha’s Lost History

Apr 2 @ 10:00 am – 8:00 pm The Durham Museum
Now – July 21, 2019 This exhibition was developed by Durham Museum intern and University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate, Mallory Boyle. The Regency Era (1795-1830) was a time when enlightenment thought provoked lifestyle and culture changes throughout Europe. The onset of the French Revolution resulted in clothing styles changing seemingly overnight. From having an aristocratic flair to favoring the… Continue Reading A Regency of Style: Cultural Changes in 18th and 19th Century Europe