Information on Indiana's historic canal system. Membership information and links to upcoming events also included.
Includes photographs, regimental histories, list of soldiers who died in Andersonville Prison, sales of books and links to sites related to Indiana and the Civil War.
Some general information on Hoosier history, and a capsule view of interesting events in each county.
Celebrating Indiana automotive history. Includes automotive news, an events calendar, a list of Indiana built automobiles, an automotive bookstore and museums and collections open to the public.
An e-mail discussion list designed to bring together academics, history professionals, and anyone interested in the history of the 19th state.
A weekly radio program that investigates forgotten Indiana state history. Hosted by Nelson Price. Includes show schedule, sponsorship support details, and archives.
Provides programs and opportunities for Indiana's citizens to learn and teach about the history of their state.
Works to collect, preserve, and promote the history of the 19th state. Includes collections, exhibitions, publications, and other programs.
In 1896, the Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane opened its doors near Indianapolis. The Facility now houses museum and is open to the public.
Dedicated to identify, protect, restore and preserve abandoned or neglected sites within the state. Includes objectives, a list of county coordinators, and information about workshops.
Collects, preserves and interprets the heritage of the St. Joseph River Valley Region. Includes visitors' guide, staff, board of trustees, exhibits, calendar of events and membership. Located in South Bend.
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