If you have ancestors who lived in Missouri, check out the Missouri History Museum! The museum has exhibits and collections sure to be of interest.
Currently featured on-ground exhibits include The Civil War in Missouri, The Language of Portraits, Underneath It All, and Our Olympics. Some of the online exhibits are Sidewalks of St. Louis, unCommon Threads: Stories of Missouri Brides, and Shifting Gears: The Automobile Industry in St. Louis, 1890-1930.
History Happens Here! is the museum’s blog. Check out their publications page to learn about their magazine and available books.
Subscribe to the monthly e-newsletter “Genealogy and House History News” to receive the latest information on additions to the Genealogy and Local History Index, new Archives Collection Guides posted online, and upcoming genealogy workshops and lectures.
Information about location, hours, etc. can be found here.
|Daily Official Program of Thursday, June 16, 1904, of the Louisiana|
Purchase Exposition, also known as the St. Louis World's Fair.
Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.
© 2012 Denise Spurlock, Ancestral Trees Research