Thanks to a grant from the Lilly Endowment, IHS will document the resources available county-by-county and facilitate a collaborative conversation among statewide researchers and interested heritage-focused organizations to determine how best to share this important aspect of Hoosier history.
Not every place in Indiana has an easily defined connection to Indiana's Bicentennial. So where to begin?
The Mitchell Community Public Library is planning a major renovation, and they want to create an interactive exhibit about local history. A very cool idea ... but where to begin?
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 ...
We rarely talk about history in Local History Services. Surprised?
I’ve been talking a lot lately about the variety of ways that people learn.
The small (people, museum, etc.) may struggle – but they also persevere.
What might an increase in gas prices mean for local history organizations?
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?
Levi Coffin Home – national award winner and good storytellers
In Your Neighborhood meeting in Vevay yields good conversation across state and county lines.