Who Do You Think You Are?
The different ethnic groups that have played a part in the Hoosier state's heritage are explored in this exhibit examining the history of diversity. Using photographs, maps, statistics, and graphics drawn from IHS's collections and from institutions around the state, Who Do You Think You Are examines such topics as how people immigrated to the United States and Indiana, why they came and where these people settled. It also looks at lighter subjects, such as how different ethnic groups celebrate their heritage.
Ideas for use: Showcase photographs and items from the major ethnic traditions in your area while this exhibit is on display.
Who Do You Think You Are? is a 7-foot tall, freestanding exhibit. It requires at least 220 square feet of floor space.
The Indiana Historical Society has also created curriculum materials related to Indiana immigration and ethnic heritage. You may view and download these free materials firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 233-8913.