The small (people, museum, etc.) may struggle – but they also persevere.
The Six Phases of African-American Genealogy
The Indiana Fever welcomes NHDI participants at their season opener on June 4, 2011.
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.
The United States welcomes new citizens from around the world at least twice each month in Indianapolis.
What might an increase in gas prices mean for local history organizations?
This winter, attend a family history program at the History Center.
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.
2010 was a great year for the Local History Services Department
Our guest blogger talks about her two-week internship odyssey.
The Indiana Historical Society presented two awards for family history/genealogy in December 2010.
When the weather outside is frightful, LHS is staying in (mostly) and catching up.
The IHS exhibits team prepares to launch “You Are There 1968: Robert F. Kennedy Speaks,” but not without the help of many contributors to make it happen.
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?
Thoughts from author Clara Silverstein – a first-time visitor to the History Center
Salem has launched a Web-based tool to find ancestors in Washington County’s largest cemetery, Crown Hill.
Exhibits staff tackle a daunting project to prepare for the upcoming You Are There experience.