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GM-10241-73

Washington State Historical Society (Tacoma, WA 98402-3109)
Michael J. Warner (Project Director: July 1973 to present)

Proposal to Develop Circulating Multi-Cultural Exhibits on S.W. Indians, Hispano- and Anglo-American Cultures

The Museum proposes to develop a number of multi-cultural circulating exhibits based on the Museum's long experience in research and exhibition of various phases of Southwest Indian, Hispano-, and Anglo-American cultures. The prime objectives of the exhibits will be to help visitors to become aware of that unique American unity which has been achieved through the diversity of its cultures, to make observers away of each cultural group's contributions, and to instill a respect for all groups through a meaningful and interpretive display of their crafts, artifacts, and other examples of their culture.

Project fields:
Hispanic American Studies; Museum Studies or Historical Preservation; Native American Studies

Program:
Museums and Historical Organizations, Humanities Projects in

Division:
Public Programs

Total amounts:
$19,979 (approved)
$19,979 (awarded)

Grant period:
7/1/1973 – 9/30/1974