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PROMOTING  OUR  CULTURAL  ANCESTRY
OUR HISTORY AND BACKGROUND
Keeping German-American Heritage Alive

In March 2010, the German-American Heritage Foundation of the USA (GAHF) opened the German-American Heritage Museum (GAHM) as the first national inspiration for German-American heritage and culture.

The GAHM tells the story of all Americans of German-speaking ancestry and how they helped shape our great nation today. The Museum collects, records, preserves, and exhibits this rich cultural legacy. It is a place for continuing discussion, study, and development of ideas about German, Swiss, Austrian, and Slovakian Americans, their heritage, their values, and their future.
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Next Frühschoppen, Sat., April 26th!
March-28-2014

Join us for our next Frühschoppe...
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Erik Hotmire spoke at March's Frühschoppen!
March-26-2014

Erik Hotmire spoke at March's Fr&...
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Karneval Exhibit Open through April 30th!
March-25-2014

Open Feb. 27th - April 30th, 2014<...
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Highlights of "German Karneval - Then & Now"
February-26-2014

Click here to see highlights of our lates...
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