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    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 03; Summer, 1979

    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Twenhafel site -- Missouri; Indians of North America -- Gardening; Art exhibitions -- Handicrafts -- Illinois; Archaeology -- Rituals; Indians of North America -- Sun dance; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits --...
    • Twenhafel: prehistoric community on the Mississippi; Recreating an Indian garden; Illinois Crafts '79; Sun dance: an archaeological look at a modern site; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no. 11; March, 1962

    • Bird watching; Maples -- Flowers; Art exhibitions -- Oriental rugs; Earth star fungi; Archaeology -- Emerald Mound; Museums -- Publications -- Eifert. Virginia -- Rivers; Education -- The Clearing
    • Backyard adventure; Maple flowers; Art gallery in March; Earth star; Emerald Mound group and village; 'Wonders of the rivers'; Clearing program now available
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 05; Sept. - Oct., 1972

    • Flowers -- Asteraceae; Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Mississippian; Warmouth -- World record -- Illinois; Bird migration; Radar in ornithology; Museums -- Events -- Calendar; Museums -- Programs
    • Asters, starworts, and michaelmas daisies; Mississippian house, A.D. 1972; World-record warmouth; Radar 'angels'; Calendar of year-end events; Saturday morning adventure programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 02, 1992

    • Indians of North America -- pottery; Paleobotany -- Patagonia; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museums -- research -- curators; Museum exhibits -- At Home in the Heartland; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Crinoidea, fossil; Archaeology --...
    • Native North American pottery: the Illinois State Museum collection; Travels in Patagonia: Adventures in Paleobotany; On the edge: museum scientists in action; What is 'At home in the heartland?'; Calendar; Page for Discovery: Crinoids; Illinois...
    • The Living Museum vol. 37, no. 06; Nov, - Dec., 1975

    • Bird watching -- Illinois; Aerial photography in archaeology; Christmas songs; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Index -- volume 37; Museum programs -- Saturday Mornings; Museums -- Employees -- Conference attendees
    • Winter birding in central Illinois; Archaeology, aircraft, and answers; Twelve days of Christmas; Art gallery calendar; Subject index volume XXXVII; Saturday morning adventure programs; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 03; Fall, 1994

    • Dinosaurs; Floods -- Illinois; Art exhibit -- photography -- Picture this project; Art Exhibitions -- Connelly, Arch; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum programs -- Dinomania; Museum exhibits - calendar; Museum publications-- Larson settlement
    • Dinosaurs: old bones and living animals; On exhibit; And the rains came...; Conversation piece; About Archie; Living in the past; Dinomania; Shape of things to come; New museum publication
    • The Living Museum vol. 62, no. 03, 2000

    • Museums -- research; Natural history -- study and teaching; Museums - acquisitions; Coen, Eleanor; Kahn, Max; Hoff, Margo; Florsheim, Richard; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Landscape history at the Illinois State Museum; Art additions; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 06; Nov. - Dec., 1973

    • Rocking horses; Art and state -- FAP -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Klippel, Walter E.; Museums -- Employees -- Pierceall, Karen; Museums -- Employees -- Evans, Robert; Index -- volume 35; Museums --...
    • Heigh-ho, the rocking horse; Federal Art Project of the 1930s; Recent native heritage of central Illinois; Dr. Klippel named head of museum's anthropology department; Mrs. Pierceall becomes assistant to museum director; Art curator displays work;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  05; Sept., 1953

    • Nauvoo -- Illinois -- History; Archaeology -- Pottery; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Audubon, John James; Art exhibitions -- Paintings from Great Britain; Museum exhibits -- Traveling exhibits -- Museumobile; Museums -- Employees -- Illinois...
    • Deserted doorway; Piasa bird in pottery?; Museum presents Audubon program; Art gallery in September; Museumobile begins its third year tour of Illinois; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 04; July - Aug., 1973

    • Indians of North America -- Cahokia; Archaeology -- Illinois; Mississippian culture -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Mounds; Indians of North America -- Games; Indians of North America -- Ceremonies
    • Prehistoric city of Cahokia; Mississippian culture arrives at Cahokia; Mounds; Era of Florescence: the golden age; Decline of the megalopolis; Chunkey stone game; Southeastern ceremonial complex; Acknowledgements
    • The Living Museum vol. 44, no. 02; Spring, 1982

    • Archaeology -- Dickson Mounds; Depression glass; Art -- Acquisitions; Art exhibitions -- Illinois -- Photographers; Museums -- Travel -- St. Francois mountains; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Kimmswick Site; Indians of North America -- Clovis people;...
    • Dickson Mounds: rich site for archaeologists; Story behind depression era glass; Art: recent acquisitions; Illinois photographers '82; Active volcanoes in Missouri?; Clovis peoples in the Midwest: importance of the Kimmswick site; Books: Exploring...
    • The Living Museum vol. 44, no. 03; Summer, 1982

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Land use; Poisonous plants; Museum publications -- Poison ivy; Museum exhibits -- Japanese miniatures; Art -- Acquisitions; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Discovery rooms; Museum exhibits -- Calendar;...
    • Man against land: how early occupants affected the Illinois environment; Please don't eat the daffodils, or the datura, or the dieffenbachia...; Books: Poison ivy and poison sumac; Japanese miniatures; Museums and their discovery rooms; Art: recent...
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1973

    • Art exhibitions -- Healy, George Peter Alexander; Museum exhibits -- Late Victorian room; Drainage -- Illinois -- Sangamon River watershed; Archaeological survey -- Sangamon River watershed; Minks; National Historic Register -- Archaeological...
    • G.P.A. Healy: painter; Friends furnish a room; Lower Sangamon River drainage archaeological survey; Mustela vison, the night wanderer; Archaeological sites on National historic register; Ruth Kerr retires; Palynologist joins anthropology staff;...
    • Prairie Pages:  Cahokie Mounds

    • Archaeology; Cahokia Mounds; IHPA; Illiniwek Confederation; Mississippian Culture; Monks Mound; borrow pits; effigy; native americans
    • This publication is intended to provide teachers and other interested persons with curriculum materials for elementary age students. The theme of this issue, Cahokia Mounds, is one of the most advanced prehistoric native cities in North America. It...
    • The Living Museum vol. 22, no. 12; April, 1961

    • Swallows; Civil War -- Illinois steamboats -- Cairo; Museums -- Loan programs -- Slides; Trilliums; Art exhibitions -- Schwartz, William S.; Index -- volume 22
    • '…and swallows in the spring'; Cairo and the Red Rover; Trilliums can count; Art gallery in April; Index volume 22

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