Apparently Pennsylvania has a "Top 10 Endangered Artifacts" list. Included on this list is some guy's wig (hey, I'm not a history buff) and a very old family Bible. But what I find to be most intriguing on the list are Drexel University's preserved butterfly specimens. The butterflies carry with them the title of America's oldest entomological specimens. So, my vote is going to them.
Voting simply means you're voting for your favorite artifact to win the People's Choice Award. If you're not broke, as I am, you can also choose to donate money to help your favorite artifact be preserved for years to come, helping future generations understand not only Pennsylvania's past, but also our country's.
If this "Top 10 Endangered Artifacts" talk intrigues you, click here to visit the website. If you can't donate, at least you can vote.
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