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Past Exhibits
Captive Passage: The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Americas
Opened: February 6, 2005
Closed: August 14, 2005
An artisan of the Kuba peoples (Congo) used Cowrie shells, glass beads, and raff
Baseball As America
Opened: December 19, 2004
Closed: April 24, 2005
Single-season record-breaking home run bats used by Babe Ruth, Mark McGwire, Sam
Lewis & Clark: The National Bicentennial Exhibition
Opened: January 14, 2004
Closed: September 6, 2004
Ship's-master type telescope with five brass and one wood and leather collapsibl
Many Voices: Reflecting on American Indian Objects
Opened: March 25, 2001
Closed: September 6, 2004
Sauk wooden bowl and spoon, possibly used by Blackhawk. Missouri History Museum.
Today's Girls, Tomorrow's Women: Girl Scouts in Greater St. Louis, 1918 to Today
Opened: March 16, 2002
Closed: June 27, 2004
Metal collapsible Girl Scout drinking cup; green plastic Girl Scout compass, ca.
Through the Eyes of a Child
Opened: March 16, 2003
Closed: February 9, 2004
Children seated on the trunk of a car eating popcorn. June 2, 1968. Photograph b
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