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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 Rachel Hill Ponko, director, public relations, at (317) 233-8814 or rhillponko@indianahistory.org for assistance, including high resolution images.

Hornet Little Hoosiers of Rossville Elementary Receive 2011 John H. Holliday Award
May 18, 2011

The annual John H. Holliday Award for 2011 has been given to the Rossville Elementary Indiana Junior Historical Society club, the Hornet Little Hoosiers. The John H. Holliday award was established by the Society of Indiana Pioneers in 1970 to honor its founding President, Mr. Holliday, and is given annually to an Indiana Junior Historical Society club.

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IHS Accepts Seven-Year Agreement with Weaver Family to Occupy, Manage Twin Oaks
May 12, 2011

The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) announced today that it has accepted a seven-year contract from property owners William and Laura Weaver to occupy and manage Twin Oaks, the former Indianapolis home of philanthropist Ruth Lilly. The IHS will utilize the house and surrounding gardens as a center for hospitality and membership events.

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IHS Press Announces Release of For Duty and Destiny: The Life and Civil War Diary of William Taylor Stott, Hoosier Soldier and Educator
May 5, 2011

The Indiana Historical Society Press is proud to announce the release of For Duty and Destiny: The Life and Civil War Diary of William Taylor Stott, Hoosier Soldier and Educator. Edited by author and educator Lloyd A. Hunter, this biographical book explores the life of William Taylor Stott, native Hoosier and Franklin college graduate.

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IHS, Hoosier Heritage Alliance Receive IMLS “Connecting to Collections” Implementation Grant
May 3, 2011

The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) and the Hoosier Heritage Alliance (HHA) have received an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Connecting to Collections implementation grant in the amount of $246,100. It is one of only six institutions in the nation to receive grants this cycle.

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IHS Hosts The Six Phases of African-American Genealogy with Renowned Genealogist
April 20, 2011

The Indiana Historical Society will offer a one-time class with internationally-known genealogist Tony Burroughs called The Six Phases of African-American Genealogy on Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to noon.

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IHS Concerts on the Canal Series Is Back in Full Swing at History Center
April 6, 2011

Downtown Indianapolis offers visitors a wide variety of food, music and outdoor entertainment options…why not enjoy all three with the Indiana Historical Society’s weekly Concerts on the Canal? On Thursday evenings this summer, the IHS will host some of the area’s best performers.

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