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William Fitzhugh - Edward Nelson's 1877-1881 Western Alaskan Expedition

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Uploaded on Jan 18, 2012

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  1. 171

    Torrey Rick, Archaeologist and Curator (Part 2 of 2)

  2. 172

    Deb Hull-Walski, Collections Manager (Part 3 of 3)

  3. 173

    Deb Hull-Walski, Collections Manager (Part 2 of 3)

  4. 174

    Deb Hull-Walski, Collections Manager (Part 1 of 3)

  5. 175

    Pam Wintle, Senior Film Archivist (Part 2 of 2)

  6. 176

    Pam Wintle, Senior Film Archivist (Part 1 of 2)

  7. 177

    Stephen Loring, Archaeologist (Part 2 of 2)

  8. 178

    Stephen Loring, Archaeologist (Part 1 of 2)

  9. 179

    Gabriela Pérez Báez, Curator of Linguistics (Part 1 of 2)

  10. 180

    Gabriela Pérez Báez, Curator of Linguistics (Part 1 of 2)

  11. 181

    How do paleontologists reconstruct environments from the ancient past?

  12. 182

    Ancient Global Warming & What It Might Mean for the Future

  13. 183

    My First Fossil Expedition

  14. 184

    What's Ash Anyway?

  15. 185

    Torrey Rick, Archaeologist and Curator (Part 1 of 2)

  16. 186

    Volcanoes Under Pressure

  17. 187

    Plate Tectonics

  18. 188

    Gwynneira Issac - Frank Cushing (1857-1900)

  19. 189

    JoAllyn Archambault - 19th Century Anthropologist James Mooney's Outstanding Research

  20. 190

    Adrienne Kaeppler - Collections of the U.S. Exploring Expedition

  21. William Fitzhugh - Edward Nelson's 1877-1881 Western Alaskan Expedition

  22. 192

    Deb Hull-Walski - Range and Significance of Diplomatic and Presidential Gifts

  23. 193

    Curator Bruce Smith - 1880s Smithsonian Explorations into Earthen Mounds

  24. 194

    The Athabascan Snowshoe Makers Residency

  25. 195

    Sharing the Iñupiaq Language

  26. 196

    Pollinator Live: Bee and Butterfly Pollination - Nate Erwin

  27. 197

    The Artistry and History of Aleutian Islands Bentwood Hats

  28. 198

    The Artistry of Tlingit Weaving

  29. 199

    What Can a Toy Teach Us about Seismic Waves?

  30. 200

    Sharing the Dena'ina Language

  31. 201

    "Living Our Cultures" in Alaska

  32. 202

    "RACE: Are We So Different?" Exhibition at the Smithsonian - School Locker Project

  33. 203

    "RACE: Are We So Different?" Exhibition at the Smithsonian - School Locker Project

  34. 204

    "RACE: Are We So Different?" Exhibition at the Smithsonian - School Locker Project

  35. 205

    "RACE: Are We So Different?" Exhibition at the Smithsonian - School Locker Project

  36. 206

    World Ocean Day 2011 'Splash' Mob

  37. 207

    Meet Our Scientist: Briana Pobiner, Dietary Detective

  38. 208

    Understanding the Japan Earthquake

  39. 209

    New England Aquarium Student Delegation Video

  40. 210

    Human Origins: New Technology for Old Fossils

  41. 211

    Human Origins: How to tell a rock from a stone tool?

  42. 212

    Human Origins: One Species, Living Worldwide

  43. 213

    Human Origins: Hobbits on Flores, Indonesia

  44. 214

    Human Origins: Love My Job

  45. 215

    Human Origins: Gurche Reconstructions of Early Humans

  46. 216

    Human Origins: Survivors of Changing Environment

  47. 217

    Human Origins: Climate Change and Human Evolution

  48. 218

    Human Origins: Expanding World of Homo Erectus

  49. 219

    Human Origins: Evidence of Human Evolution

  50. 220

    Human Origins: Designing the Exhibition

  51. 221

    "... the Smithsonian is just the coolest thing ever ..."

  52. 222

    "I like the part where I saw the coral that is made out of yarn."

  53. 223

    132442 8 21 2010 552Logo

  54. 224

    Research Methods and Surprising Findings

  55. 225

    Insect Collecting - Bowls, Fogging, and More!

  56. 226

    Pollinator Live: Bee and Butterfly Pollination

  57. 227

    Cyprus Exhibit - First Domesticated Cat

  58. 228

    Cyprus Exhibit - Introduction

  59. 229

    "This Museum means so much to me."

  60. 230

    "It's just a great place to have fun and learn."

  61. 231

    "Twenty-one years ago I came to the Smithsonian with my grandfather."

  62. 232

    "The good things, the bad things, they're all going to be here in these museums."

  63. 233

    "I imagine that the Museum is going to be ..."

  64. 234

    "I think the penny, because it's going to go extinct."

  65. 235

    "That was really cool. They were actual mummies."

  66. 236

    "Well, we love museums, and, as far as this one goes, it was AMAZING!"

  67. 237

    "I've enjoyed being a docent here at the Natural History Museum."

  68. 238

    "I was so excited that I cut the line."

  69. 239

    "I like working here because you get to meet people from all over the world."

  70. 240

    "When in doubt, just play the ukulele and dance!"

  71. 241

    "I work at the Smithsonian. I love it here."

  72. 242

    Oil's Impact on Marine Invertebrates

  73. 243

    What Do Visitors Really Know about Evolution?

  74. 244

    Who is "The Public"? Researching Identity in Museums

  75. 245

    Lessons from the Panama Oil Spill

  76. 246

    "My name's Connor. My name's Claude. And we really like this place"

  77. 247

    "I grew up coming here since I could walk"

  78. 248

    "... this has always been known as 'Daddy's Museum' and eventually 'Grandpa's Museum'"

  79. 249

    "We've been coming here every few weeks for a couple of years."

  80. 250

    Learning Science Across Environments: Museum, Home, and School

  81. 251

    Communicating Evolution in Natural History Museums

  82. 252

    A Photographer's Passion - An Interview with the Late Chip Clark

  83. 253

    How To: Photograph Parasitic Wasps, Part 3

  84. 254

    Meet the Scientist: Michael Lang, Diving Officer

  85. 255

    How To: Photograph Parasitic Wasps, Part 2

  86. 256

    How to: Photograph Parasitic Wasps

  87. 257

    Edible Insects

  88. 258

    Why We Collect

  89. 259

    Find Your Blue

  90. 260

    Smithsonian geologist puts Eyjafjallajökull eruption in perspective

  91. 261

    Recreating volcanoes in a lab

  92. 262

    MEanderthal

  93. 263

    Smithsonian Scientists Investigate the Hudson River Crash

  94. 264

    Nina Simon, Museum 2.0 - Everyone's Smithsonian- National Museum of Natural History

  95. 265

    Flesh Eating Beetles at the Smithsonian's Osteology Laboratory

  96. 266

    Finding Remains- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

  97. 267

    Burial Excavations- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

  98. 268

    Reading the Remains- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

  99. 269

    Skeletal Growth- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

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