Created as a part of the Digital History Class at the University of Mary Washington, this website allows online users to interact digitally with objects from the James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library. The website features 3D laser scans of the objects, video interviews about the objects, and information from museum object files. ┬áThe object files include information like the object’s provenance, materials, date range, and history. We invite parents, educators, researches, and students to explore the website by interacting with the 3D museum objects online and watching videos about each object. We look forward to seeing you at the James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library in downtown Fredericksburg, VA.