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|Swedish American Museum|
Nonprofit organization preserving and interpreting Swedish-American heritage. Calendar of events, programs, field trips, and membership. Located in Chicago, Illinois.
|Agua Caliente Cultural Museum|
Nonprofit organization preserves and interprets history and culture of the Cahuilla Indians and other indigenous peoples. Covers the collections, events, membership, programs, and research library.
Preserves the prehistoric and historic traditions of the Alutiiq people in Kodiak, Alaska. Features the collection, events, programs, artist gallery, staff profiles, volunteerism, and visitor's guide.
|Backstreet Cultural Museum|
Nonprofit organization in New Orleans showcases Mardi Gras Indian costumes, jazz funerals, and social aid and pleasure clubs. Includes slideshow, events, membership, donations, and press releases.
|Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture|
Preserves the culture and traditions of Lithuania. Information about exhibitions, educational programs, membership, donations, upcoming events, and visitor's guide. Located in Chicago, Illinois.
|Barona Cultural Center & Museum|
Preserves and interprets the history of Native American people of San Diego County. Features the collection, classes, staff profiles, and newsletters. Located in Lakeside, CA.
|Fowler Museum at UCLA|
Showcases past and present art and artifacts from Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Includes descriptions of exhibits, visitor's guide, event calendar, membership, planned giving, and volunteering.
|Highland Folk Museum|
Pictures and tour information for visiting the two sites of the museum: Kingussie and Newtonmore. A multi-lingual site.
|Museum of International Folk Art|
Showcases the world's largest collection of folk art. Includes visitor's guide, information about the collections and exhibitions, events, and donations. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
|Museum of Latin American Art|
Dedicated to preserving Latin American art and educating the public about Latino culture through this unique cultural art.
|Ndakinna Cultural Center & Museum|
Nonprofit organization showcasing the history of the Abenaki tribe and other Native Americans in Vermont. Features history of the tribe, exhibits, events, and donations. Located in East Calais.