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Whether you’re looking for information on a specific part of Indiana history, images from the state’s past or an expert to put an issue into historical context, the Indiana Historical Society is a wonderful resource for media outlets.

Contact Amy Lamb, media relations manager, at (317) 232-1878 or alamb@indianahistory.org for assistance, including high resolution images.

Red Skelton Museum Foundation, Indiana Historical Society Form Partnership
Sept. 9, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society and Red Skelton Museum Foundation are pleased to announce the formation of a partnership in order to create a permanent archive for archival material documenting the life and career of actor, comedian and notable Hoosier Red Skelton. The Red Skelton Research Archive will be housed in the IHS’s William Henry Smith Memorial Library at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, located at 450 W. Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis.

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IHS Extends Offer to Grandparents, Grandkids for Special Weekend
Aug. 17, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society invites kids of all ages to treat their grandparents to a special day with its new Indiana Experience. Families will receive a free grandparent admission with each paid youth admission during Grandparents Day Weekend, Sept. 10 and 11. The Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, home of the IHS and the Indiana Experience, is located at 450 W. Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis.

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IHS Launches Faces in the Crowd: Indiana and the Political Process into Statewide Travel
Aug. 16, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society is proud to launch its newest traveling exhibition, Faces in the Crowd: Indiana and the Political Process, into statewide availability. After debuting at the 2010 Indiana Black Expo and being displayed at the Indiana State Fair, the exhibition will next travel to the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County and Hagerstown Museum.

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IHS Press Announces Release of Maria’s Journey
Aug. 16, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society Press is proud to announce the release of Maria’s Journey, written by Ramon Arredondo and Trisha Hull Arredondo. Maria’s Journey is the inspiring true story of Maria Arredondo, a Mexican citizen who immigrated to the United States as a child in the 1920s. Maria’s life is traced from an impoverished childhood within the turmoil of the Mexican Revolution to her attainment of U.S. citizenship in 1978.

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IHS Press Announces Release of Indiana: One Pint at a Time
July 12, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society Press is proud to announce the release of Indiana: One Pint at a Time, written by Douglas A. Wissing. The book chronicles the history of brewing in Indiana, from its roots in 1816 to the recent resurgence in craft brewing.

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IHS Presents Midwestern Roots 2010: Family History and Genealogy Conference
May 28, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society will present Midwestern Roots 2010: Family History and Genealogy Conference Aug. 6 and 7, 2010, at the Indianapolis Marriott East. This exciting regional event, themed Migration Then and Now, offers tools and techniques to help individuals identify and locate records that can lead to information about their ancestors. Attendees can also learn about the resources that can answer the questions about their family’s history and find out how those records have “migrated” to new technology.

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