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Past Winners of the Fiction Book Award: A novel McBooks, Inc. Paul Salsini, Milwaukee, The Cielo: Anthony Bukoski, Polonaise Lorrie Moore, Birds of America Gordon Weaver, Four Decades: Kyoko Mori, One Bird Jane Hamilton, The Book of Ruth Ellen Hunnicutt, Suite for Calliope Patricia Hodgell, Dark of the Moon Barbara Vroman, Sons of Thunder Michael Mooney, Squid Soup Kelly Cherry, Augusta Played Gene DeWeese, Jeremy Case Herbert Kubly, The Duchess of Glover James Olson, Ulzana Warren Fine, Their Family Paul Covert, Cages Waldon Porterfield, The Hot Country Donald Emerson, Court Decision Hollars, Eau Claire, Opening the Doors: Ann Angel, Brookfield, Janis Joplin: Barbara Manger, Milwaukee, Mary Nohl: Lessons Learned from the People vs.
Simpson University of Missouri Press Trask, Manitowoc, Black Hawk: Coates, Brookfield, Cambodia Now:The History Museum complex is admission FREE.
Open Thursday-Sunday, noon-4pm. Closed New Year's, Easter, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas days.
The National Liberty Museum celebrated its 13 th annual Awards of Valor, presented by Your Local Chevrolet Dealers, on September 12, Congratulations to all of the police officers and firefighters who were recognized for their service.
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Presented by the Texas General Land Office, the Save Texas History Symposium is a yearly event that brings historians, genealogists, educators and the public togehter to learn about texas history.
Native North Americans North America At the International Museum of Culture, our Native North America exhibit reveals many aspects of Native American culture, including examples of Hopi kachina dolls, traditional and modern Native American dress, and a scalp.
Pollock’s Toy Museum is one of London’s loveliest small museums, a creaking Dickensian warren of wooden floors, low ceilings, threadbare carpets, and steep, winding stairs, housed in two.
Native American Museum Essay - George Gustav Heye Center - The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian is a fascinating building at the Bowling Green area of Lower Manhattan. It’s close to Battery Park that displays an elegant view of the water.