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Newsletter – Provenance – May 2011

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50% off any Museum Membership – Today Only (May 18th, 2011)

This deal is no longer active Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with news and special deals In Celebration of International Museum Day we are offering a “1 day only special” of 50% off all new memberships. To redeem this deal go to our Membership Page, choose…

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Curator Lecture Series pt 03: Deathly Blasts by the Thousands

by Grahame Long, Curator of History Deathly Blasts by the Thousands: Advancements in Small Arms Technology, 1860-1865. Efficiency, cost, accuracy, and power were elements critical to the development of small arms in the mid-19th century. While attempts to “build a better mousetrap” often failed, others proved devastatingly effective. Advancements in…

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Civil War Weapons

Watch Video of the Curator Lecture Series: Deathly Blasts by the Thousands  or listen and download the podcast by Grahame Long, Curator of History The very first area of the Charleston Museum’s vast collections I was tasked with managing after I began my curatorship over a decade ago was the…

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Curator Lecture Series pt 02: Ft. Sumter Copy Book

Very Respectfully: Letters from the Ft. Sumter Copy Book by Russell Horres On the eve of the Civil War, all eyes turned to Charleston and an unfinished fortification called Ft. Sumter. Please join us for this second presentation in our curator lecture series on the Civil War for a snapshot…

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