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  • "Her Daily Concern:" Women's Health Issues in Early 19th-Century Indiana(114 clicks)
    by Timothy Crumrin
  • Christian Church/Disciples of Christ in 19th Century Indiana(138 clicks)
  • Conner Prairie(178 clicks)
    "Where History Comes Alive!"
  • Curriculum in District Schools(113 clicks)
  • Dietary Paterns in the Early Midwest(114 clicks)
  • Episcopalians in Nineteenth Century Indiana(118 clicks)
  • From Cellar to Shingles: Early Nineteenth-Century Building Trades(117 clicks)
    southern Indiana
  • Fulton County Historical Society(118 clicks)
    from Rochester, IN.
  • H-Indiana(165 clicks)
    "H-Indiana is an e-mail discussion list sponsored by the Indiana Historical Society and H-Net. The list aims to bring together academics, history professionals, and anyone interested in the history of the 19th state to exchange ideas and foster discussion on Indiana's history and culture."
  • History of the Indiana Railroad(124 clicks)
  • Indiana Baptists(117 clicks)
  • Indiana Historical Markers(119 clicks)
    Searchable database.
  • Indiana Militia in the Antebellum Era(113 clicks)
    A militia system was instituted for the Northwest Territory in the earliest Territorial legislation.
  • Jews in Early Indiana(113 clicks)
    Timothy Crumrin essay
  • Jews in Indiana(115 clicks)
  • Journal of the Convention of the Indiana Territory(132 clicks)
    1816. Complete text.
  • Lke County Historical Museum(131 clicks)
  • Muncie Sanborn Maps(190 clicks)
    SanbornŽ Fire Insurance Maps of Muncie, Indiana Collection consists of 200 maps depicting the commercial, industrial, and residential sections of the city from 1883 through 1911.
  • Religion in Indiana(115 clicks)
    19th century
  • Roman Catholics in 19th Century Indiana(161 clicks)
  • Teacher Education and the Normal School Movement In Indiana(126 clicks)
  • U.S. Steel Gary Works Photograph Collection(119 clicks)
    The Digital Library Program is proud to present the U.S. Steel Gary Works Photograph Collection, a series of more than 2,200 photographs of the Gary Works steel mill and the corporate town of Gary, Indiana held by the Calumet Regional Archives at Indiana University Northwest. In images of compelling diversity, historians and the general public can view all aspects of this planned industrial community: the steel mill, the city, and the citizens who lived and worked there.
  • U.S. Steel Gary Works Photograph Collection, 1906-1971(145 clicks)
    T.E. Leary says: "In 1905 the United States Steel Corporation, the premier industrial colossus of its era, announced plans to construct a massive new steel works and model community east of Chicago. The outcome was the city of Gary, Indiana. This website contains in excess of 2200 company photographs that recorded the implementation of this comprehensive initiative."
  • Who's Who in Pioneer Indiana(135 clicks)
    short biographies
  • Women in Early 19th-Century Indiana(182 clicks)