Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History is an award-winning popular history magazine published quarterly since 1989 as a benefit of membership in IHS. Combining interesting narrative and analytical history about Indiana in its broader contexts of region and nation, the magazine has explored the lives of artists, writers, politicians, performers, soldiers, entrepreneurs, homemakers, reformers and naturalists. The department “Black History News and Notes,” edited by Wilma Moore, includes articles on the political, social and cultural history of black people in Indiana, in American history and in the Old Northwest. Learn more about Traces and shop for back issues.
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IHS started began publishing the award-winning journal The Hoosier Genealogist for members in 1961. It contained indexes and other data that served as keys into rare source material such as diaries, ledgers and public records. In 2000, the journal began to include narrative articles telling how to conduct research and offering rich examples of family and local history written by genealogical experts. In 2007, the name changed to THG: Connections, and today, THG: Connections is a biannual magazine of in-depth articles with an internet companion, Online Connections, which contains indexes and data.Online Connections
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