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Seminarians in the House

So, what should we call this handful of history professionals who leave the History Center ready to change their organizations, the history field and their communities for the better?

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Through a Curtain of Fog

Thoughts from author Clara Silverstein – a first-time visitor to the History Center

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Searchable Burial Database is Helpful

Salem has launched a Web-based tool to find ancestors in Washington County’s largest cemetery, Crown Hill.

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Walking in Lew Wallace's Shoes

An interview with Gail Stephens, author of the new IHS Press book "Shadow of Shiloh: Major General Lew Wallace in the Civil War"

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NHD – Perfect for Language Arts Curriculum

Guest blogger Dick Rooker offers his take on why History Day is an even better fit for Language Arts classes.

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The Mysteries of History

The You Are There research team stumbles into a history mystery.

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Understanding the 2011 NHD Theme – Debate & Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failures, Consequences

Where there is controversy, there is "debate and diplomacy."

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Nothing but fast food for us this month

We are so busy ... we teamed up to write the blog!

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Care and Identification of Historic Family Photographs

Family history program helps you preserve your past

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Lard Art, Anyone?

It is State Fair time in Indiana!

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Let's Talk About Beer

An interview with IHS Press author Doug Wissing on his new book about Indiana's brewing history.

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New Family History Book

Come meet the authors at Midwestern Roots 2010.

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Murder in Their Hearts

An interview with the author of the new IHS Press book "Murder in Their Hearts: The Fall Creek Massacre"

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Is It Good to Be a Hoosier?

Are Hoosiers a distinct lot? Will Indiana wither or prosper in an era of globalization? What does this have to do with history?!

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Live from the Dorms at National History Day!

Checking in from National History Day in Washington, D.C.

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The Narcissus, Squealer and Tattler, Too!

Yearbooks can be a great tool for research.

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Family History Starts Now

Two funerals and a ball game

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Calling All Corn Cultivator Experts

Labeling your images can not only help you in the future, they can help librarians, too.

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What's On Your "To Do" List?

Sometimes a wacky "to do" list is the best part of history.

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Don’t Know Much About His-to-ry

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