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Tuesday through Saturday10 a.m. - 5 p.m
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Indiana Experience Admission $15 Adults$14 Seniors (60 and over)$5 Youth (ages 5 through 17)$2 Access Pass HoldersFree Children under 5Free IHS MembersFree Educators and Military Free parking with admission in lot off New York.

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2022 Centennial Business Awards

In 1992, the Indiana Historical Society founded the Historic Business Register to recognize Indiana companies continually in business for a …

One Roof, Two Churches: Shared Faith of Mexican and Black Catholics During the Segregation Era

Segregation in all its forms, shaped how and where certain populations lived, shopped, played and worshiped. This is more noticeable …

Survivance and Continued Existence of Native Peoples in Indiana

Guest blog post As we celebrate Native American Heritage month, which often focuses on the tragedy of the Federal policy on …

Fiestas Patrias Parade and Indiana’s First Mexican Queen

Every September in Indiana Harbor (East Chicago), Lake County, Indiana there is an annual parade and events for Fiestas Patrias, …

By the Train Loads: Mexican Repatriation Movement in the Midwest, Part II

“It was during these hard years of the early 1930s that mass groups of the parishioners departed in whole train …

George Merritt Family – Part II

Ernest Merritt, born in Indianapolis two weeks after Lincoln’s assassination in 1865, would grow up to become the head of …

From Civil War to Indianapolis Parks, George Merritt’s Family Made an Impact

A collection of materials from the Merritt family of Indianapolis, recently added to our collections, embodies the wide variety of …

By the Train Loads: Mexican Repatriation Movement in the Midwest, Part I

This is part one of a two-part series. Within the last few years scholars, and the like, have continued to reflect …

Asian Businesses of Monument Circle: Ikko Matsumoto

Indianapolis of the 19th and 20th centuries never had a large enough Asian population that would lend itself to create …

Sylvia’s World, Part 3 – Isadore

As we’ve explored Sylvia Dichner’s life (Part I and Part II) in Indianapolis, we have encountered the man who would …

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