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Over 50 years dedicated to helping Missourians explore the people, places, and ideas that shape our society.
The study of how people connect to the human experience through history, culture, and traditions.
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Small Town Showcase and workshops for communities.
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Join Missouri Humanities on our “Roots & Routes” journey as we consider the movement of people.
Learn more about how George Washington Carver mentored and influenced students at Tuskegee Institute and other youth who attended his lectures. Hear a reading of his 1922 letter of thanks for a Christmas gift from the senior class.
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