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1 of 11 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × Inside the Smithsonian’s new Cotton Mills Museum View Photos A look inside the Smithsonian Institution’s new collection of cotton mill artifacts and artifacts of American textile production.
Caption A look at the new Cotton Mill Museum, which opened to the public in 2017.
From the new exhibit, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History looks at cotton production in the United States, from the mid-1800s through the industrial revolution.
The exhibit, which is open for tours beginning on Jan. 15, will feature a collection of artifacts that will last generations.
The Smithsonian National Cotton Mills Exhibit at the National Museum Jan. 3, 2018 in Washington.
The Cotton Mills Collection includes artifacts from the 1800s through 20th century.
[Image via Museum of Fine Arts] The Smithsonian Institution is celebrating the arrival of the Cotton Mills Collections at the Smithsonian.
This exhibition of artifacts from American textile mills, factories, and textile factories, which was created through the National Archives and Records Administration, is open to the general public and will open to visitors on Jan 10.
The museum is dedicated to the history and development of American manufacturing and the textile industry.
In addition to the artifacts, the collection includes artifacts that are part of the Smithsonian Collection.
In this video, museum curator and textile specialist Marlene Kudla explains how she and her team chose the items to be in the collection and how they were acquired.
In the video, Kudl explains how the museum team selected the artifacts to be part of this collection, and how the artifacts are displayed and preserved.
You can watch the video above.