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Three New Cash Prizes for History Day!

Announcing three new cash prizes that will be awarded at the 2012 National History Day in Indiana State Contest.

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Let's Talk About Paper II

Preservation of family documents continued

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Collegial Connections and Delicious Desserts

The Connecting to Collections online community

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Just a Stove

Exhibits team faces big challenge in its search for a seemingly everyday item.

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Civil War Sesquicentennial

Check out these new Civil War resources!

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History Folk Meets World

What can we learn from the world?

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Finally! A Seat at the Cool Kids’ Table!

Our new Hoosier Heritage Alliance coordinator introduces herself.

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Indiana History Day Students go to Washington, D.C. (...and Bring Back Some Hardware)

A photo recap of National History Day in Indiana's trip to the 2011 Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest

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Celebrating 30 Years with Fun, Limericks and (of course) Cake!

County historians gather to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the program.

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Let's Talk About Paper

Preservation of family documents

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It’s a Big World!

The small (people, museum, etc.) may struggle – but they also persevere.

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A Must-Attend Workshop by Genealogist Tony Burroughs

The Six Phases of African-American Genealogy

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NHDI Goes to the Indiana Fever Game

The Indiana Fever welcomes NHDI participants at their season opener on June 4, 2011.

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Previewing the 2011 National History Day in Indiana State Contest

Looking ahead to the NHDI State Contest where district winners from around the state will showcase their work to earn a spot at the 2011 Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest in Washington, D.C.

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A Compelling Story

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Witnessing a Naturalization Ceremony

The United States welcomes new citizens from around the world at least twice each month in Indianapolis.

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The Price of Oil and Local History

What might an increase in gas prices mean for local history organizations?

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Upcoming Family History Programs

This winter, attend a family history program at the History Center.

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National History Day Works

Findings from the first-ever independent evaluation study of the NHD program reveal that students consistently out-perform their peers in more more ways than one might expect.

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Can We Take Your Order?

A look at historic menus

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