Deep in the jungles of the Amazon basin and at sites across the world, shamans and healers have developed an intimate knowledge of the medicinal and sustaining powers of native plant species.
How did new Chinese immigrants on the Gulf Coast honor their ancestors?
As we begin our 50th year of sharing humanity’s stories, we invite you to join us for a festive evening with a reception featuring Ethiopian coffee, African drumming, and dance.
The USS Houston Survivors’ and Next Generation Association will hold its annual Memorial Service at the USS Houston Monument. In addition to local officials, Australian, British and Dutch officials will speak at the service which honors the veterans of the ABDA forces (Australian, British, Dutch, and American) who fought together in the Pacific theater during World War II. Sam Houston Park, 1000 Bagby, in downtown Houston. The public is invited.
In the early morning of March 1, 1942, under a clear sky and a full moon, the Japanese Imperial navy sank the USS Houston and the HMAS Perth in the battle of Sunda Strait
The Australian National Maritime Museum’s banner display of the exhibition “Guardians of Sunda Strait – the World War II loss of HMAS Perth and USS Houston,” will fly on the mighty Battleship Texas.
Some of the magnificent statues, pillars, temples, and reliefs uncovered at Göbekli Tepe date back an astonishing 14,000 years.
How did a boy or girl live in ancient Egypt?
Join us to find out through activities specially devised for children and families.
EXCAVATE the household of a tomb builder at a mock dig.
OPERATE a giant lever used by Egyptians to water their fields.
PLAY an Egyptian game.
WRITE your name in hieroglyphs
ALL THIS AND MUCH MORE!