10,000 Years of Walking the West

This Museum of Indian Arts & Culture’s exhibit features the art and craftsmanship of Native American footwear throughout history and as contemporary fashion pieces.

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America’s Musical Journey Makes Its Way to IMAX

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc traces the roots of American music through iconic cities like Chicago, Nashville, and New York in the latest IMAX feature film, America’s Musical Journey, dancing into theaters this Friday.

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Book Shelf: Frederick Weygold

American painter, photographer, and ethnographer Frederick Weygold studied the life and culture of North American Indians, presenting his findings artistically and scientifically.

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Ansel Adams at the Manzanar Relocation Center

Not 10 miles from the famous western film location of Lone Pine, California, photographer Ansel Adams documented a very different chapter of western history at the Manzanar Japanese internment camp.

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On View: Ken Burns’ American Quilts

Who knew Ken Burns was so into quilts? The International Quilt Study Center & Museum did, and it’s exhibited a lot of fine examples of Americana from the famed filmmaker’s never-before-displayed private collection.

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James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok

From simple beginnings in Illinois, the legendary gunfighter, Army scout, lawman, and gambler would become a legend and folk hero synonymous with the Wild West.

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