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Standardized Testing the Waters

A brief look at standardized testing controversy and how it relates to Indiana.

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The Wild Ones

LHS takes to the streets.

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What's in Your Heirloom Closet?

Knowing what your treasures are made of is essential in order to properly care for them.

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How Much Do You Care About the History of Another? – The Sequel

Since my time is short today, and I now know that our readers are looking for a local history fix, I will send you an interesting story ...

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Pshew! We did it!

You Are There 1955: Ending Polio Opens to the Public

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Let's Talk About Paper IV

Even more information on the best ways to store your family documents.

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LHS Staff - Compulsive Tinkerers or Just Nuts?

Local History Services is always trying new things. Maybe we’re restless, compulsive tinkerers or just nuts. Perhaps we’re all of that.

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The 1940 Census

The wait is over for the 1940 Census!

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How Much Do You Care About the History of Another?

We rarely talk about history in Local History Services. Surprised?

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Faces of the Exhibits Team

We take a moment to thank our wonderful interns for all their hard work!

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Field Services and Soul Food

LHS meets with the Field Services Alliance.

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Last Minute Tips for Your National History Day Entry

Come to History Day prepared!

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Connecting to Indiana’s History Collections

My visits to history organizations throughout the state

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A Letter to Grandma

The bond between grandmother and grandchild has been around throughout history.

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Win Scholarship Money to Indiana University at the NHDI State Contest!

Announcing The Cole Porter Scholarship for Music Heritage

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Vive la difference

Differences make us stronger.

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A Compelling Story Part II

Indiana Deaf Heritage tells the story of girl named Annie.

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No One Way to Learn History

I’ve been talking a lot lately about the variety of ways that people learn.

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Let's Talk About Paper III

Additional information about the preservation of family documents.

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Man Once Thought Dead Elected Governor

In the Fall of 1928, the people of Indiana elected a man thought dead more than 25 years prior to his running for office.

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