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    • The Living Museum vol. 53, no. 03

    • Mammoths -- Hair; Ethnozoology -- Illinois -- Location patterns; French Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Photography; Bird watching; Museum publications -- Excerpts; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Publications
    • A mammoth's coat in the fall; Animal exploitation patterns in "Illinois Country": an archaeological perspective; Birth of "Spirited Visions"; Searching for birds in the Midwest; Living in the past; Calendar; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 65, no. 04; winter, 2003-4

    • Indians of North America -- rites and ceremonies -- feathers; Art exhibitions -- Audubon, John James; Bird migration -- dangers; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Index -- volume 65
    • Preserving culture, conserving birds: the feather distribution project; Preserving for us the birds he knew: John James Audubon at the ISM; Towers kill migratory birds; Museum calendar; Volume 65 index
    • The Living Museum vol. 36, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1974

    • Bird nests -- Cellophane; Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Spindle whorl; Meteorites -- Illinois; Education, Rural -- Midwest -- One-room schools; Museums -- Lectures; Bird lists; Museums -- Employees -- Ahler, Stanley; Museums --...
    • Nest of cellophane; Incised spindle whorl at Cahokia; Illinois' past arrivals from outer space; One-room schoolhouse: key to the changing rural landscape; New lecture series planned; Birds lumped by A.O.U.; Museum's new anthropologist; Soft Drink...

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