Laptop and DuSable Museum of African American History; The Interface Between Public History 
Museums and Their Websites: A Case Study of Three Museums by Marcy McDonald.

List of Websites Visited

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All links were current as of July 13, 2005.

  1. Frontier Culture Museum
  2. Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center
  3. Colonial Williamsburg
  4. Plimoth Plantation
  5. Old Sturbridge Village
  6. Living History Farms
  7. The Museum of the Confederacy
  8. United States Holocaust Memorial and Museum
  9. The Computer History Museum
  10. National Museum of American History
  11. The Lincoln Museum
  12. Monticello
  13. George Washington’s Mt. Vernon Estate and Gardens
  14. Hampton Roads Naval Museum
  15. The Mariner’s Museum
  16. Chattanooga African American Museum
  17. DuSable Museum of African American History
  18. Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia
  19. New Bedford Whaling Museum
  20. National Canal Museum
  21. USS Arizona Memorial
  22. Winterthur Museum
  23. Mystic Seaport
  24. Mashantucket Pequot Museum
  25. Ash Lawn-Highland
  26. Lower East Side Tenement Museum
  27. Charles H. Wright Museum of African History
  28. Southwest Museum of the American Indian
  29. National Civil Rights Museum
  30. Iron and Steel Museum of Alabama
  31. New-York Historical Society
  32. National Heritage Museum
  33. The House of Seven Gables
  34. Agecroft Hall
  35. Orchard House
  36. Longfellow National Historic Site
  37. Buffalo Gap Historic Village
  38. Museum of Appalachia
  39. The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
  40. Japanese American National Museum
  41. American Textile History Museum
  42. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum
  43. Coppertown USA
  44. Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life
  45. Molly Brown House Museum
  46. Kansas Museum of History
  47. Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
  48. International Spy Museum
  49. The Alamo
  50. Buffalo Bill Historical Center
  51. Peabody Essex Museum
  52. Yin Yu Tang
  53. National Museum of the American Indian
  54. Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture
  55. National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
  56. Montpelier
  57. American Folk Art Museum
  58. Ellis Island
  59. Pitt Rivers Museum
  60. Latino Art Museum
  61. The British Museum
  62. The Mueller-Schmidt House
  63. Flowerdew Hundred
  64. Digital Morphology at the University of Texas
  65. Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association and Memorial Hall Museum
  66. The Fairhaven History Museum
  67. Whatcom Museum of History and Art
  68. Frederic Remington Art Museum
  69. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
  70. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
  71. The Crocker Art Museum
  72. The Enfield Shaker Museum
  73. The Parrish Art Museum
  74. 1912: Competing Visions for America
  75. Alaska’s Gold
  76. Anti-Saloon League
  77. Chicago Historical Society: The History Files
  78. Museum of American Soul Music
  79. Picturing Women
  80. The Great Chicago Fire and the Web of Memory
  81. Second Story Studio
  82. Library of Congress
  83. Jay I. Kislak Collection
  84. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  85. Textile Museum of Canada
  86. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
  87. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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Laptop and DuSable Museum of African American History, The Museum and the Web: Three Case Studies, by Marcy McDonald.