Hatfields & McCoys:
American Blood Feud
© WV Humanities Council

Traveling Exhibits

A series of exhibitions focused on the people and stories of West Virginia

Our traveling exhibits focus on West Virginia topics and subjects of broader interest to people in the Mountain State.


Past exhibits include Born of Rebellion: West Virginia Statehood, John Brown at Harpers Ferry, and John Henry: The Steel Drivin’ Man. We also regularly sponsor and coordinate tours of Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibits through the Museum on Main Street program.


These exhibits serve a variety of venues in order to reach West Virginians wherever they gather. Our award-winning exhibits have appeared in museums, libraries, historic properties, and colleges as well as community centers, farmers markets, court houses, bank lobbies, fire stations, fast food restaurants, office buildings, and hospitals. They are available at no charge to suitable organizations and often serve as a catalyst for additional programming. Organizations must arrange for transport from the previous display site.


Our latest exhibit, The Hatfields & McCoys: American Blood Feud, is no longer touring but may be scheduled for display on a case by case basis. Developed by the West Virginia Humanities Council and illustrated by West Virginia University graphic design students with financial support from ZMM Architects and Engineers, this traveling exhibit relates the history of the events that have become synonymous with the word feud.


Call 304.346.8500 or email warmack@wvhumanities.org for further information.



Hatfields and McCoys: Exhibit Information

Read the specifications and requirements for display of Hatfields & McCoys: An American Blood Feud

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