Divided into small groups, the Paleo-Indians were nomads who hunted large game such as mastodons. They created stone tools made out of chert by chipping, knapping and flaking. The people developed new tools as well as techniques to cook food, an important step in civilization. Such new tools included different types of spear points and knives, with various forms of notches.
See the video here. See Will Higgins' Indy Star article. Exciting things are happening this week at IMHM! Listen to a podcast of the show here. Will Higgins of the Indy Star has some great holiday gift ideas from local museum gift shops including Dr.
Click here to see Will's full list. Darin Wolfe, is featured in this article from IndyStar. Here's an interesting take on the Museum from the Times of Northwest Indiana. See the full article here. Click here for the article and video. Canadian radio show host Jeremy Bradley paid us a visit this summer while recording his travel radio show On the Road with Jeremy Bradley here in Indianapolis.
How much do you know about Indiana's history? For example, Indiana's earliest known inhabitants were Native American migratory tribes who inhabited what is now the state as early as BC. Here are seven more things you might not know about Indiana's history. The year history of Indiana University Bloomington is a story of broad-minded thinkers, impressive feats, outstanding artistic contributions, and world-altering inventions. The Indiana Historical Bureau provides publications, programs, and other opportunities for Indiana citizens of all ages to learn and teach about the history of their communities, the state of Indiana, and their relationships to the nation and the world.
Check out photos from his visit and listen to an on air interview with Sarah Halter here. Click here for more information. We're currently planning a continuation of the Voices project, an initiative to gather stories from people with connections to Central State Hospital, including former patients, workers, neighbors, and families.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Sarah Halter at shalter imhm. The Old Pathology Building is in trouble!
Roof damage and severe water intrusion threaten this historic building and its collections. Learn more about our Capital Campaign to save the building and protect the future of medical history in Indiana.
Sunday, October 21st The History Museum’s mailing address is West Washington Street, South Bend, IN The main entrance to The History Museum and the Studebaker National Museum is located on Thomas Street, which is one block south of Washington barnweddingvt.comon: W. Washington St, South Bend, , Indiana.
Today, October 28th is the feast of Sts. Simon and Jude, although this year it falls on a Sunday which means it is overridden by the Sunday feast.
This is the home page for the Indiana Historical Society.
A remarkably readable history. As a 50 year imported Hoosier and IU grad, I've absorbed a lot of local history, mostly by osmosis.
Located in White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana State Museum brings the best of the museum world to Indiana! Visit today! Indiana Historic Sites: See reviews and photos of 10 historic sites in Indiana, United States on TripAdvisor. How much do you know about Indiana's history? For example, Indiana's earliest known inhabitants were Native American migratory tribes who inhabited what is now the state as early as BC. Here are seven more things you might not know about Indiana's history.
But this book, remarkably well organized, gives a complete overview. Native American Indians in Henry and surrounding counties of Indiana. Woodland,Kickapoo,Wea,Miami,Iroquois,Pottawattomi,Mingo and more tribes. The year history of Indiana University Bloomington is a story of broad-minded thinkers, impressive feats, outstanding artistic contributions, and world-altering inventions.