Historical Society of Washington, DC

School groups, high school classes, and university students from DC and around the country visit the Society to learn about Washington and experience a hands-on approach to historical research. A docent-led tour of the permanent exhibit, Window to Washington, provides a captivating overview of the development of the District's built environment. Hands-on library and research orientations with special collections provide a deeper experience for school and neighborhood groups. The Society also hosts House History Workshops to teach locals how to research the histories of their own homes and other properties around the city.

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Historical Society of Washington, DC

School groups, high school classes, and university students from DC and around the country visit the Society to learn about Washington and experience a hands-on approach to historical research. A docent-led tour of the permanent exhibit, Window to Washington, provides a captivating overview of the development of the District's built environment. Hands-on library and research orientations with special collections provide a deeper experience for school and neighborhood groups. The Society also hosts House History Workshops to teach locals how to research the histories of their own homes and other properties around the city.

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Historical Society of Washington, DC

School groups, high school classes, and university students from DC and around the country visit the Society to learn about Washington and experience a hands-on approach to historical research. A docent-led tour of the permanent exhibit, Window to Washington, provides a captivating overview of the development of the District's built environment. Hands-on library and research orientations with special collections provide a deeper experience for school and neighborhood groups. The Society also hosts House History Workshops to teach locals how to research the histories of their own homes and other properties around the city.

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Historical Society of Washington, DC

School groups, high school classes, and university students from DC and around the country visit the Society to learn about Washington and experience a hands-on approach to historical research. A docent-led tour of the permanent exhibit, Window to Washington, provides a captivating overview of the development of the District's built environment. Hands-on library and research orientations with special collections provide a deeper experience for school and neighborhood groups. The Society also hosts House History Workshops to teach locals how to research the histories of their own homes and other properties around the city.

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