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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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Family History Internet Sites

Discovering new and/or improved web sites for research

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Butternut Squash Ravioli with a Side of Networking

Why we love hobnobbing with other "museum people"

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Lard Art, Anyone?

It is State Fair time in Indiana!

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Fountains, Footwear and Fortitude

Levi Coffin Home – national award winner and good storytellers

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Disney vs. Sticky Vinyl Upholstery and AM Radio Car Trips

Summer Vacations

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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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Summertime Past

Visit the History Center for our take on summertime in Indiana!

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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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Gobsmacked in the Hoosier State

An Aussie's Indiana experience

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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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Indiana History Day Students at the National Contest

A glimpse into the anatomy of a Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest

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