history
IDOE Social Studies Collaborative: Hoosiers and the American Story

Are you ready to incorporate more Indiana stories into your American history classroom? Do you wonder how to engage and educate the next generation of Hoosier leaders? Join the Indiana Historical Society and Indiana Humanities for a FREE one-day teacher workshop in preparation for the 2016 State Bicentennial. Get resources …

November 20, 2014
history
IDOE Social Studies Collaborative: Hoosiers and the American Story

Are you ready to incorporate more Indiana stories into your American history classroom? Do you wonder how to engage and educate the next generation of Hoosier leaders? Join the Indiana Historical Society and Indiana Humanities for a FREE one-day teacher workshop in preparation for the 2016 State Bicentennial. Get resources …

November 13, 2014
history
Know Your Historic Home: Huntington Historic Review Board Lecture Series

The Huntington Historic Review Board and co-sponsor Huntington Alert, Inc. are pleased to present this lecture and workshop series that is free and open to the public through an Indiana Humanities grant! Join us and learn how to better understand your historic home! Researching your Historic House with Connie Zeigler When was …

November 8, 2014
history
IDOE Social Studies Collaborative: Hoosiers and the American Story

Are you ready to incorporate more Indiana stories into your American history classroom? Do you wonder how to engage and educate the next generation of Hoosier leaders? Join the Indiana Historical Society and Indiana Humanities for a FREE one-day teacher workshop in preparation for the 2016 State Bicentennial. Get resources …

November 6, 2014
history
Planting the Seeds of

A lecture by Andrea Wulf on botanists & gardening in 18th century England and America will conclude a series of programs on historic sites and gardens in Switzerland County.

October 18, 2014
history
Negro League Baseball History Event

Love baseball AND history? This event is for you! Baseball Historian and Author Phil S. Dixon will highlight The Kansas City Monarchs in Our Home Town, providing an intriguing look back at local Negro League Baseball in Indianapolis.  

August 22, 2014
history
Movable Feast, Rensselaer

Take a self-guided driving tour of sites designed by Mid-Century Modernist architect Frank Fischer, followed by appetizers at Parker House, the recently restored 1917 Craftsman home of Dene and Mary Beth Mattocks. Dinner at Halleck Student Center of St. Joseph College, a Frank Fischer design, features speakers Kurt Garner and …

August 2, 2014
history
Movable Feast, Terre Haute

For the appetizer course, come to the Renaissance Revival-Style Rea Park Clubhouse, built in 1925. The Country Club of Terre Haute in Allendale, also built in 1925, hosts dinner. Drs. Thomas & Norma Schmitz serve dessert at the Ijams House, their restored Tudor Revival-style home designed in 1931 by New …

June 27, 2014