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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-, and Austrian-Americans, their heritage, their values, and their future.
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Next Fruehschoppen, Sat. March 7th!
February-11-2015

Join us for our monthly tradition of Frue...
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"Volck & Nast" Now on Display at GAI in St. Paul!
February-11-2015

The GAHM exhibit "Volck & Na...
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Guided Tour of "German Karneval - Then and Now" Tue. 2/17
February-07-2015

RSVP to the Goethe-Institut's "Deuts...
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GAHF Classical Concert Series Presented Claire Huangci 1/10/15
December-17-2014

Dubbed by the late pianist Vladimir Krain...
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THE MUSEUM
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