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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.

Recent Content

On the Web: Indiana’s Digital Library Unveils New Look & Functionality

INDIANAPOLIS (March 28, 2014) – The Indiana State Library unveiled a new Indiana Memory (www.indianamemory.org) web interface on this afternoon during a reception honoring the fifth-year anniversary of the program. The new Indiana Memory promises faster access to this wealth of materials centered on over 200 years of Indiana history and culture. It was recently named a “2013 Best State Website” by Family Tree Magazine, America's #1 family history publication.

Personal Digital Archiving 2014 Conf., April 10-11, 2014

Register for the Personal Digital Archiving 2014 Conference, April 10-11, 2014 

“Building Stronger Personal Digital Archiving Communities”

Indiana's Statewide Preservation Conference, Apr 9-11 2014

Title: Preserving Historic Places: Indiana's Statewide
      Preservation Conference
   Location: Indiana
   Date: 2014-04-09
   Description: The two-hundred-year-old city of New Albany on the
      banks of the Ohio River welcomes you to Indiana's annual
      statewide preservation conference. The agenda is packed with
      tours, education sessions, luncheon speakers, and a dinner
      cruise on the Belle of Louisville. Sponsors: Indiana Landmarks,
      Indiana D ...
   Contact: sstanis@indianalandmarks.org

H-SMT Xpost: Indiana Medical History Museum Images

Our friends at H-SCI-MED-TECH have been posting fascinating images from the Indiana Medical History Museum.  Drop over there and have a look.

Here's a sample:

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