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MU Extension publication MX929, A Revolution in the Heartland: Changes in Rural Culture, Family and Communities 1900-2000. This free e-book documents social and technological changes and their impacts upon rural Missouri culture.

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POTTERY OF THE MOUND BUILDERS: Featuring a selection of Caddo vessels produced between 200 B.C. and 1650 A.D. These vessels, discovered in pieces in Arkansas and Missouri and restored to their original forms by curator Lee Hallman, exemplify the utilitarian and decorative designs of the Mississippian Mound Builders of the Midwest. The collection includes vessels in many shapes, sizes, and colors, representing the diversity of pottery production in this famous culture.

Our first digital-only summer issue is live now! Tap into the interactive content and animated One World poster on your iPad. Learn to move past the gender binary to support students. Discover the true diversity beneath the "Asian American" label. Find out how to help students navigate a sometimes violent world. Read or subscribe online today.

In ancient Egyptian culture, scarves were viewed as a social status symbol. Queen Nefertiti was one of the first known scarf wearers! Come visit the Missouri History Museum's shop:

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