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... The LSU Rural Life Museum is a museum of Louisiana history in Baton Rouge, USA ... The Rural Life Museum commemorates the contributions made by its various cultural groups through interpretive programs and events throughout the year, and is divided into three areas ... houses numerous artifacts from the 19th century that were utilized in the common life rituals of individuals in rural regions of the state ...
... The LSU campus houses eight museums that feature original works by students as well as traveling exhibits by local, national, and international artisans ... In addition to the campus museums, LSU currently runs four museums in the greater Baton Rouge area The LSU Museum of Art, The LSU Museum of Natural History, The LSU Museum of Natural Science, and the LSU Rural Life ... The LSU Museum of Art (LSU MOA), located in the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge, opened in March 2005 ...
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