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Treasures Right Under Our Own Roof

How to access our archives

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He's Been Working on the Railroad

Visit the last stop of the Indiana Bicentennial Train this weekend. You never know who you will find!

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Gallivanting Across Indiana

You might be seeing a new face around Indiana! Meet Kelsey, the latest addition to the LHS team.

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The Importance of the Railroads

They were key to Hoosier immigration, trading and employment.

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Have Fun Storming the Castle!

Trying something new

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Do mission statements matter?

Talking to your board about the importance of mission statements

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Exploring Frontiers: What Would Your Pioneers Have Tweeted?

Marianne talks about the Midwestern Roots conference and its focus on technology.

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Introducing Alan

A new member of the team says hello.

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13 Things You Should Know About Indiana History

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Using Primary Sources Creatively

Historians and detectives have a lot in common.

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Early African-American Settlements Heritage Initiative

Thanks to a grant from the Lilly Endowment, IHS will document the resources available county-by-county and facilitate a collaborative conversation among statewide researchers and interested heritage-focused organizations to determine how best to share this important aspect of Hoosier history.

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Creating a Rough Draft: Museum Creative Processes

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2014 NHDI North District Contest Wrapup

The first NHDI 2014 contest is in the books.

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Indiana's Bicentennial: What Will You Do?

Not every place in Indiana has an easily defined connection to Indiana's Bicentennial. So where to begin?

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Learning From My Mistakes: Facilitating Meetings

Planning the best kind of meeting for your audience is the key to engaging the participants.

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A New Age for Small Museums

The times they are a-changin’.

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Transfixed Teenagers!

How one museum gained, and kept, the attention of a group of teenage girls

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Facilitating New Discoveries: Why I Love My Job

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?

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IHS Commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War with Harper's Weekly

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.

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He Walked Out of 1940 and into the Library

Connecting to the past with photographs creates a lot of “gee whiz” moments.

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