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Oswego, New York


The H. Lee White Maritime Museum at Oswego has been serving Central New York since 1982 as the only maritime-themed museum on the American shores of Lake Ontario. As a Provisionally Chartered 501c3 history museum, we serve the education, historic preservation, and recreational heritage-based tourism sectors. We manage the preservation and exhibition of a large collection of maritime material culture that aids in our telling of over 400 years of regional maritime history, heritage, and culture.

H. Lee White Maritime Museum

The Gunflint Trail Historical Society

Grand Marais, Minnesota


Founded in 2005, the Gunflint Trail Historical Society is a vibrant community focused on preserving the stories of the Gunflint Trail.

The Gunflint Trail Historical Society operates Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center.

The etymology of “Chik-Wauk”: Chik-Wauk is an interpretation of an Ojibwe word meaning pine tree or white pine tree. Similar Ojibwe words of the same meaning are shingwauk, chingwauk and zhingwaak.

Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

Medford, New Jersey

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Cedar Run is a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of New Jersey’s wildlife and habitats through education, conservation and rehabilitation. It sits on 171 wooded acres on the edge of the New Jersey Pinelands. Cedar Run includes the Woodford Nature Center, hiking trails, an outdoor Wildlife Housing Area with nearly 60 native residents, and a Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital. The overall mission of Cedar Run is to serve as a resource on the importance of protecting and enhancing healthy ecosystems for all.