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From time to time, we ask you what you think of the museum’s blog. Based on your feedback, museum staff write blog posts on new topics, experiment with new formats, and do more of what you like best.

Please take five minutes to complete this online survey.

We’ll respond to your feedback by summarizing what we hear from you and how this will impact the blog’s future. In past surveys, for example, we’ve learned that many of our blog readers aren’t in the Washington, D.C., area. As a result, we now make sure that posts have nationwide appeal and we make resources related to on-site programs accessible to readers far and wide.

Whether you’re a regular reader or this is your first visit, we want to hear from you. We appreciate your feedback! Take the survey today

Erin Blasco is an education specialist in the museum’s New Media Department.

This jug commemorates the first census of the United States taken in 1790. Unlike today’s quick and easy online survey, the 1790 census was undertaken by U.S. marshals on horseback. The creamware jug was make in England for the American market. We won’t be making a jug to commemorate our survey results, but we do appreciate them!
This jug commemorates the first census of the United States taken in 1790. Unlike today’s quick and easy online survey, the 1790 census was undertaken by U.S. marshals on horseback. The creamware jug was make in England for the American market. We won’t be making a jug to commemorate our survey results, but we do appreciate them!
Posted at 9:31 am EST in Musings