This page contains contains a list of all the content on H-Midwest having to do with the state of Indiana.
Per IAH President John Larson:
IUSB Army Enlisted Reserve Corps World War Two, circa 1941-1945. Image Credit of the Photograph Collection of the Indiana University South Bend Archives.
Fairies in a theater production, circa 1960s. Image Credit of the Photograph Collection of the Indiana University South Bend Archives.
Students learning together in Northside Hall, circa 1970s. Image Credit of the Photograph Collection of the Indiana University South Bend Archives.
Call for Papers: Indiana Association of Historians, 37th Annual Meeting
Ivy Tech-Lafayette, February 17-18, 2017
Nothing has influenced the historical development of the modern era quite like the rise of mass literacy and education. Recognizing 2017 as the 500th anniversary of Luther’s posting the 95 Theses, the Indiana Association of Historians invites papers and panels addressing the long and profound consequences of placing the sc
Each year, the Indiana Historical Society recognizes outstanding individuals whose efforts have enriched the lives of others by conveying awareness and appreciation of Indiana's history on local, regional and statewide levels. We are accepting nominations for the following awards:
Indiana had more than fifty rural African American settlements prior to the Civil War. One of those settlements, Lyles Station in Gibson County, will be featured in one of twelve inaugural exhibits at the Smithsonian's National Musuem of African American History and Culture when it opens on September 24, 2016.