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Women in traditional dress, Mali, Smithsonian Folklife Festival 2003.
The Smithsonian Folklife Festival in 2003 featured Mali (above) as well as Scotland and Appalachia. Photo by Marcia A. Smith.


African American Civil War Memorial, Washington, DC.
The African American Civil War Memorial in Washington, DC. Photo by Marcia A. Smith.

African Burial Ground

Carter G. Woodson House

Civil War Memorial

Lincoln Park Partners Project, Maryland

Museum Database: Association for African American Museums

National Museum of African American History and Culture Website

National Park Foundation: African American Experience Fund

National Underground Railroad Freedom

Old Salem, Inc.: African Americans at Salem, North Carolina

Smithsonian Institution: African American Resources



Indian Ruins, Ft Apache, Arizona.
Kinishba Ruins on the Ft. Apache Indian Reservation, Arizona. Courtesy of White Mountain Apache Tribe.

Akwesasne Cultural Center

Alaska Native Heritage Center

Indian Community Profiles: Arizona Department of Commerce

Institute of American Indian Arts Museum

National Museum of the American Indian

Five State American Indian Project

Heard Museum


Japanese Teahouse, Pcantico Hills, New York.
Japanese Teahouse, Pocantico Hills Historic Area, Westchester, New York. Photo by Michael Books, 1991-93, Historic American Buildings Survey.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Council

Chinese Cultural and Historical Project

Chinese Historical Society of America

Filipino American National Historical Society

Japanese American Museum of San Jose

Japanese American National Museum in California

Korean American Museum

Korean History Project

Life Interrrupted: The Japanese American Experience in WWII Arkansas

Museum of Chinese in the Americas

Smithsonian Asian-Pacific American Program


The Cuban-American Friendship Urn, also known as the "Maine Memorial," in Washington, DC. Photo by Michael R. Jobe.

Tejano Association for Historical Preservation, Texas

Texas Library Association: Illustrating Mexican-American History

Univerity of Texas at Austin: U.S. Latinos & Latinas in World War II Oral History Project


View of Mali gate and U.S. Capitol dome, Smithsonian Folklife Festival 2003.
A replica of the gate to the city of Djenne in Mali was built by masons from that city and displayed on the Mall in Washington, DC during the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in 2003. Photo by Marcia A. Smith.

Built in America: Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record, 1933-Present

Ethnic Heritage Council (Northwest)

Ethnic Heritage Center at Southern Connecticut State University

Library of Congress: American Folklife Center

Library of Congress: American Memory, Historical Collections for the National Digital Library

National Archives and Records Administration: Geneaology, Ethnic Heritage

Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

University of Minnesota: Immigration History Research Center

Valparaiso University, Moellering Library: Ethnic Resources in Northwest Indiana



Canadian Heritage: Multiculturalism

Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation: Cultures

Council for Museums, Archives & Libraries, England: Cultural Diversity

National Aboriginal History and Heritage Council, Australia

NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, Australia: Cultural Heritage

Museum and Galleries Foundation, NSW, Australia: Cultural Diversity Resources

Parks Canada: Cultural Heritage

SEMLAC, England: Cultural Diversity Network

UNESCO World Heritage

United Confederation of the Taino People, Indigenous Caribbean


World Heritage Society

Yachay Wasi (House of Learning), New York and Peru


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