How one museum gained, and kept, the attention of a group of teenage girls
The Mitchell Community Public Library is planning a major renovation, and they want to create an interactive exhibit about local history. A very cool idea ... but where to begin?
Harpers Weekly, A Journal of Civilization, one of the most influential publications from the Civil War Era, is now available to the public in the William H. Smith Memorial Library.
Connecting to the past with photographs creates a lot of “gee whiz” moments.
Indiana students compete at the National History Day Contest in Washington, D.C.
Decatur Township learners delve into the Indiana Bicentennial Train project.
President Lincoln visits the new exhibition.
We are discovering some interesting stories with our new newspaper database!
In the new YAT: 1913, students use math to solve historical problems.
We're often frustrated when we notice kids using their cell phones in museums, but we can learn to love what their way of communicating can do.
Ted Cotterill and Alan January of Indiana’s Commission on Public Records issued a press release about a new database, The Marion County Court Records Index, which includes information on court records from 1822 to 1930.
Decatur MIddle School and Valley Mills Elementary School learners lend a hand.
All the parts and pieces are falling into place as the Exhibitions team gears up for the opening of You Are There 1913: A City Under Water.
Would Hoosiers have fared better during the Great Flood of 1913 if they could have turned on the television to get the weather forecast? An imagined but fact-inspired newscast developed with our friends at WISH-TV 8 shows what they might have seen and heard if they could.
Why History Day is good for more than 4,000 Hoosier students