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Are Hoosiers a distinct lot? Will Indiana wither or prosper in an era of globalization? What does this have to do with history?!
Checking in from National History Day in Washington, D.C.
Yearbooks can be a great tool for research.
A glimpse into the anatomy of a Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest
Labeling your images can not only help you in the future, they can help librarians, too.
Sometimes a wacky "to do" list is the best part of history.
In Your Neighborhood meeting in Vevay yields good conversation across state and county lines.
Springtime brings flowers and blue skies – a great time to find Easter eggs – and ancestors’ graves.
The exhibitions department looks to future projects now that the Indiana Experience is open to the public.
Introducing our first National History Day in Indiana video
Nothing perks a person up in the morning like a group of 60 fourth-graders filing in the door.
Diaries from the past offer a unique view on this day in 1865.