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Journeys Blog

An online forum for sharing your travel experiences and discovering far-flung travel destinations.

O Say Can You See?

Takes readers behind the scenes, sharing insights and information about exhibitions, events, collections, research projects, and more.

Pushing the Envelope

National Postal Museum's blog featuring exciting stories about postal history and stamp collecting.

Smithsonian Associates: 1100 Jefferson

Blog from the Smithsonian Associates. The Smithsonian Associates annually offers more than 750 seminars, performances, lectures, studio art classes, and study tours.

Smithsonian Folklife Festival Blog

Reports from the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Smithsonian Folklife: Talk Story

Research, travels, and stories from the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.

Smithsonian Insider

Smithsonian Insider shares with you the astounding and diverse work being conducted by the Smithsonian around the world.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibitions Service Blog

Postings from the world's largest traveling exhibition service.

The Affiliate

News about our Affiliates, exhibitions, and programs.

The Bigger Picture

An inside look at the Smithsonian's history and the role of archives in today's world.

Unbound: Smithsonian Libraries Blog

Connecting, ideas, information and you.

Online Exhibition

"Make the Dirt Fly!": Building the Panama Canal

This exhibition explores the background, planning, and construction of the Panama Canal, focusing on 19th- and early 20th-century activities and concluding with events in 1915 marking the opening of the Canal. 

"So Much Need of Service" – The Diary of a Civil War Nurse

The experiences of Civil War nurse Amanda Akin -- revealed through her diary -- reflect the sacrifices of millions of Americans who contributed to the war effort.

150th Commemoration of the Civil War: The Death of Ellsworth

The National Portrait Gallery marks the 150th anniversary of the Civil War through a series of four alcove exhibitions. The first of these exhibitions recounts the death of Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth, a friend of President Lincoln, in Alexandria, Virginia.

1812: A Nation Emerges

Learn about key people who influenced the outcome of the War of 1812, which transformed and unified the United States.

A Collector's Vision of Puerto Rico

Carnival masks and costumes, musical instruments, colonial art, and jewelry from Teodoro Vidal's collection explore Puerto Rican history and culture during the past 500 years.

A Gateway to the 19th Century: The William Steinway Diary, 1861-1896

Steinway's diary -- with the first entry beginning just eight days after the first shots of the Civil War were fired -- spans 36 years of one of the most dynamic periods in American history.

A Letter from George Washington, November 30, 1785

On view is the letter George Washington wrote on November 30, 1785, to David Stuart, a trusted associate and stepfather to Washington's grandchildren.

A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution

Witness the experiences of Japanese Americans during WWII; decision-making and citizen action under the U.S. Constitution.

A Song for the Horse Nation

The story of the horse's influence on American Indian tribes from the 1600s to the present is depicted.


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