In anticipation of the bicentennial of Indiana statehood, the March 2015 issue of the Indiana Magazine of History focuses on the history of the state constitution. The issue is introduced and guest-edited by former Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard.
Welcome to H-Indiana, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-Indiana is a network sponsored by the Indiana Historical Society and H-Net. The network aims to bring together academics, history professionals, and anyone interested in the history of the 19th state to exchange ideas and foster collaboration and discussion on Indiana's history and culture.
Since I originally submitted this post in March 2014, and it took about 10 months to be posted, a lot has changed with the Indiana State Library's newspaper digitization efforts.
Currently, there are nearly 150,000 Indiana newspapers pages in Chronicling America.
You are cordially invited to the 35th Annual Meeting of the Indiana Association of Historians. The event will be held on the campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis on Saturday, February 28, 2015.
This year’s theme is “Rights, Riots and Reactions,” and we have a full agenda of papers and panels. Please visit the IAH website (iahwebsite.org) for complete details and registration information.
New Paths in the Environmental History of North America and the Ohio Valley
October 8-10, 2015
David Stradling (University of Cincinnati)
Mark Hersey (Mississippi State University)
Indiana K-12 Teachers (and other interested persons):
Looking for a fun (and free) way to integrate Indiana History and the George Rogers Clark story in your classes? Students across Indiana are invited to submit questions to George Rogers Clark, British Col. Henry Hamilton, Father Pierre Gibault, and others involved in the 1779 capture of Fort Sackville.