This digital exhibit provides perspectives from Native American community members, documents, maps, images, and activities to help understand an important and difficult chapter in the history both of Native Nations and the United States.
This digital exhibit provides Native perspectives, images, documents, and other sources to help understand how the 17th-century fur trade brought together two cultures, one Native and the other Dutch, with different values and ideas about exchange.
Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, one of the world’s most well-known artists, was a prolific creator. In this innovative online exhibit created by Google’s Art & Culture initiative, 32 museums have collaborated to present Kahlo’s extensive works of art.
Many of the imaginary beasts that populate the modern imagination—like unicorns, dragons, and griffins—appear in medieval manuscript illumination.
This digital exhibit from the National Museum of the American Indian explores one of the essential understandings about Native Americans: that ideals, principles, and practices of citizenship have always been part of American Indian societies.
Between 1776 and 1887, the United States seized over 1.5 billion acres from America's indigenous people by treaty and executive order. Explore how in this interactive map of every Native American cession during that period.
This digital exhibit provides perspectives from Native American community members, images, documents, and other sources to help understand the difficult choices and consequences Northern Plains Native Nations faced when entering into treaty negotiations with the United States.
An exhibit of paintings by New York City artist Jordan Casteel is currently on display at the New Museum in Manhattan. A comprehensive video tour on the museum’s site explores the exhibit and includes audio of Casteel discussing her work as well as information from the exhibit’s curator. Casteel’s large paintings are primarily portraits that depict people of color and capture daily life through the lens of the Black community.
This modern art museum in Tampa, FL, presents an online exhibit focused on art created during the pandemic. All of the artists have their own section on the site, which includes images of their work and written information about their lives.
Tour the home of the first President George Washington.
Museum of the American Revolution's virtual tour.
Located in Oklahoma City, The National Cowboy Western & Heritage Museum is America’s premier institution of Western history, art, and culture.
Copies of the Torah, Christian Bible, and Qur’an are among the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages, illustrated here by three remarkable examples from the Getty Museum's collections.
Welcome to the Museum of the World - an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures featuring some of the most fascinating objects in human history.
This digital exhibit provides Native perspectives, images, documents, and other sources to help understand the remarkable nature of the Navajo Treaty of 1868 and why the Navajo maintained an unflinching resolve to return home.
This digital exhibit provides Native perspectives, images, documents, and other sources to help understand the difficult choices and consequences the Pawnee Nation faced when entering into treaty negotiations with the United States.
The story of the struggle for the right to vote for women.
An interactive exhibit of the rationing of goods and services in Oklahoma during World War II. (NOTE: The exhibit requires Flash Player, which may not be supported on all browsers.)