Historic

High Tech history opens in Corydon

If high tech and history sound like an oxymoron to you, you haven’t visited the new Harrison County Discovery Center in Corydon, Indiana. Recently completed, the Discovery Center celebrates Indiana’s …

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Real Horsepower: The History of Racing in Indiana

Indiana knows horsepower. Not just the horsepower found in the engines of the Indy or NASCAR racecars, but the kind you can see out in the field, running and kicking …

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The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum – Events

Saturday, April 1, 2017 If These Cars Could Talk… Get to know the 1936 Pierce-Arrow in person and in greater detail during the car-side presentation in the Gallery of Excellence …

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Presidential Road Trip

Take a Presidential Road Trip, visiting the places in Indiana that played a part in the lives of the three U.S. presidents who lived in our state. “There I grew …

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Tippecanoe Place—One of Indiana’s Most Memorable Wedding & Event Venues

By Jane Ammeson According to the U.S. Travel Association, nearly $122 billion is spent annually on meetings, events, and incentive travel throughout the United States. So it’s no wonder we’re …

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Amidst Elkhart’s Bucolic Splendor: Celebrating the History of Recreational Vehicles

BY JANE AMMESON When my friend Jackie Hughes pulled into the parking lot fronting the large expanse of glass accented with metal exterior of the RV/MH Hall of Fame and …

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12 Great Day Trips

1. Angel Mounds: Evansville: Discover the metropolis of an ancient Mississippian Native American culture at this 600-acre site. 2.  Corydon Capitol: Corydon: Explore Indiana’s first state capital and see how …

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Columbus Miller House and Garden

Modernist National Historic Landmark open for public tours Located in Columbus, Indiana, and one of the country’s most highly regarded examples of mid-century Modernist residences, Miller House was designed by …

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Indiana’s past becomes state-of-the-art future

Historic Levi Coffin House marks a new chapter in the attraction’s history  A much-awaited multimillion-dollar visitor center at the historic Levi Coffin House will mark a new chapter in the …

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Who is a Hoosier?

Today, people from all backgrounds claim the title “Hoosier.” Indiana Historical Society’s traveling exhibit Who Is a Hoosier uses maps, infographics, and photographs to illustrate what the word means. But …

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Indiana’s Black History Excursions in Wayne County

With two children dead and buried, the thought of her last remaining child being sold into slavery made Eliza Harris determined, no matter what the risk, to make her way …

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Indiana’s Black History Excursions in Southeastern Indiana

Southeastern Indiana, with its scenic panoramas of the Ohio River, hillsides dotted with farms and historic towns brimming with 19th century architecture, is a beautiful slice of Hoosier homeland, a …

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