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    • The Living Museum vol. 57, no. 01, 1995

    • Museums -- buildings -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- educational aspects -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- programs -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- history --...
    • A new view of the past: the renovated Dickson Mounds Museum; New directions in educational programming at DMM; New exhibits in an old place: origins and interpretations; Two centuries of development at Dickson Mounds; Shape of things to come
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 01; Spring, 1994

    • Palynology -- pollen, fossil; Museum techniques -- exhibit artists; ; Indians of North America -- dogs; Museum exhibits -- U.S. in World War II -- activity; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- People at war -- dolls; Museum exhibits...
    • Viewing an ancient world from a frozen lake; M.K. Hoffman: museum preparator extraordinaire; Ancient companions
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  01; May, 1962

    • vonLinne, Karl; Sparrows; Museum buildings -- Moving; Grasshopper mouse; Museum -- Trustees -- Leighton, M.M. -- Kanatzar, C. Leplie; Trees -- Use; Museums -- Films; Bird watching
    • May birthday; World sparrow; Something to think about; Killer in the grass; Board changes; Uses of trees; Last new bird
    • The Living Museum vol.  06, no.  02; June, 1944

    • Wind -- North America; Prickly pear cacti -- Opuntia rafinesqii; Art exhibitions --handicrafts; Sea worms -- Nereids; Elephants; Museum exhibits -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits -- Zoology; Museum exhibits -- Vanishing American birds
    • This is the wind; Prickly pears; Handicraft of the southern highlanders; Evening and the sea; Elephant parade
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 01; Winter, 1978-79

    • Glaciers -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Ice-free corridor; Paleontology -- Elephant hunting -- North America; Indians of North America -- Great Lakes -- Beads; Bird migration -- Range extension; Museum employees -- Ridgely, Frances --...
    • Ancient glaciers in Illinois; Ice-free corridor: prehistoric pathway; Elephant hunters in North America; Beads: upper Great Lakes Indians; Overmigration: a method of range expansion?; In memoriam; Calendar; East African geologic safari
    • The Living Museum vol. 73, no. 03; Summer, 2011

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Dickson Mounds Museum (Lewistown, Ill.); Archaeological museums and collections -- Illinois; Native Americans of North America -- History; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Illinois; Dickson, Don F.; ; Cole, Faye Cooper
    • Igniting the torch: amateurs, adventure, and the advent of american archaeology; Exhibition calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 60, no. 01; spring, summer 1998

    • Natural history -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Indians of North America -- Illini; Museum exhibits -- basketry -- From Limb to Limb; Museum exhibits -- bird nests; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Emiquon: a place in nature, a place in time; Illini indiands in the Illinois Country, 1673- 1882; From limb to limb; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 01; Spring, 1996

    • Coffins -- Illinois -- 19th century; Museum employees -- editor -- Britton, Kimberly; Botany -- species identification; Museum employees -- Robinson, Orvetta; Museum employees -- Langer, Dorothy; Indians of North America -- Pueblo pottery --...
    • Kimberly K. Britton appointed Museum editor; In a box of pine: coffins from the Grafton historic cemetery; Saluting years of their faithful service; Pueblo ceramic figurines; Friends are for keeps!; North American pollen database; Shape of things...
    • The Living Museum vol.  03, no.  02; June, 1941

    • Gardens -- Illinois -- New Salem State Park; Art exhibitions -- 2nd annual exhibition of North Mississippi valley artists; Firearms -- History; Buffalo -- Illinois; Bird-watching; Copper -- Exhibition
    • Gardens at New Salem; Art gallery; Story of guns; Buffalo in Illinois; Vacation via the birds; Copper from the north
    • The Living Museum vol. 59, no. 01, 02; Spring/Summer, 1997

    • Spiders -- webs; Museum exhibits -- Dickson Mounds Museum -- Four Moons Festival; Museum techniques -- collections management -- Native American antiquities -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Quilts -- Stenge, Bertha; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Spider...
    • Casting a sticky trap: spiders and the predatory ways; Converesation piece; Photographic Documentation Project; A cut and stitch above: quilts by Bertha Stenge; Calendar; Spider gorget
    • The Living Museum vol. 60, no. 02; Summer, Fall, 1998

    • Human remains (Archaeology) -- Repatriation -- Illinois; Lepidoptera -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Southeastern United States; Indians of North America -- folklore -- insects; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Museum employees -- retirement...
    • Illini Archaeology: cultural heritage and repatriation; Illinois moths and butterflies; The birdman and the insect; Museum calendar; Assistant Museum Directopr Edward A. Munyer retires
    • The Living Museum vol. 40, no. 02; March - April, 1978

    • Forest plants; Forest animals; Museums -- Publications; Art exhibitions -- Calendar; Indians of North America -- Eskimo; Museums -- Employees -- Hoffman, Marion; Madden, Betty I.; Hunter, Joan; Editor -- Message
    • Walk in an April wood; Two new publications; Art gallery calendar; Survival: life and art of the Alaskan Eskimo; Staff retirements; Few last words from the editor
    • The Living Museum vol. 36, no. 02; March - April, 1974

    • Bird watching -- Illinois -- Yellow rail; Obituary -- Caldwell, Joseph R.; Portraiture -- Illinois -- Weiss, Edward H.; Paperweights -- Barker, Morton, D.; Global environmental change -- Ice Age to present; Pigs -- Peccary; Obituary --...
    • Search for the yellow rail; Edward H. Weiss: Faces from Illinois; Morton D. Barker paperweight collection; Climatic change since the ice age; Former museum botanist dies in crash of airliner; Staff notes; Tine-Life reprint about Cahokia available;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 59, no. 03; Fall 1997

    • Museums -- acquisitions; Museums -- exhibitions; Museums -- research; Museums -- buildings; Museums -- educational aspects; Museums -- audiences; Partnerships -- museums -- International; Museum publications
    • What makes us tick?; Reaching out; Opening doors; Taking a new look; Cultivating new audiences; Forging international partnerships; Acquiring & disseminating knowledge; Interdisciplinary Landscape history program; Collecting for all of us;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 02; Spring, 1984

    • Museum exhibits -- Peoples of the past; Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Culture; Ethnobotany -- Plant use; Hunting -- History -- North America; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum publications -- Guide -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits --...
    • Peoples of the past: a foreword; Early Native Americans in Illinois; Early uses of plants in Illinois; Art: recent acquisitions; Guidebook to Illinois archaeology; Summer archaeology tours; calendar; Hudson river sampler tour
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  04; August, 1958

    • Art exhibitions -- 12th north Mississippi valley artists; Swamp rabbit; Indians of North America -- Prehistoric; Museums -- Publications -- Indian villages; Vertebrate nomenclature
    • Twelfth North Mississippi Valley artists exhibit; Swamp rabbit; Prehistoric Indians of the Midwest; Type localities of vertebrate animals in Illinois
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 03, 1992

    • Naturalists -- Lockhart, James; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois -- Potowatomi site; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Navajo weaving
    • Rooted in Nature: the art of James Lockhart; Archaeological investigations at a nineteenth century Potawatomi site in northeastern Illinois; Living in the past; Calendar; Page for discovery: Eye dazzlers -the work of Navajo weavers
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  07; Nov., 1966

    • Totem poles -- Inuit -- Lincoln, Abraham; Indians of North America -- Illinois country -- Villages; Geese -- Migration; Handicrafts -- Craftsmen's biennial awards; Museums -- Employees -- Caldwell, Joseph R.
    • Totem poles and Mr. Lincoln; Indian villages of the Illinois Country; Geese return; Illinois craftsmen's awards; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 04; Winter, 1997

    • Wetlands -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- Illinois State Museum; Story-telling -- Keding, Dan; Voodooism -- Illinois; Earthquakes -- Illinois; Index -- volume 58; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Museum employees -- Roos, Marlin -- retirement
    • An interdisciplinary study of Illinois wetlands; Vodun in Illinois; In search of ancient earthquakes; Volume 58 index; Shape of things to come; Outstanding in his field

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