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Indiana History: Histories

Resources for studying Indiana History

Indiana Histories

Always a people: oral histories of contemporary Woodland Indians.
E78.E2 A58 1997

Butler-Tarkington neighborhood.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS F534.I36 B87 1996

Butler University: A Sesquicentennial History.
REF LD701.B82 W35 2005

Greater Indianapolis: the history, the industries, the institutions, and the people of a city of homes.
SPECIAL COLLS. REF F534.I357 D86 1977

Hoosier Disciples: a comprehensive history of the Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) in Indiana.
BX7317.I6 S5

Indiana, 1816-1850: the pioneer era.
F526 .C295 1998

Indiana and Indianans: a history of aboriginal and territorial Indiana and the century of statehood.
F526 .D94

Indianapolis first.
SPECIAL COLLS. HF296.I4 G45 1990

Indiana from frontier to industrial commonwealth.
F526 .B262 1954

Indianapolis: Hoosiers' circle city.
F534.I3 G44 1981 Oversize

The Miami Indians of Indiana: a persistent people, 1654-1994.
E99.M48 R34 1996

The negro in Indiana: a study of a minority.
E185.93.I4 T56

One hundred years of Indiana medicine, 1849-1949.
Science Library, R217 .O53 1949

Prehistoric antiquities of Indiana: a description of the more notable earthworks, mounds, implements and ceremonial objects left in Indiana by our predecessors, together with some information as to their origin and antiquity, and the prehistory of Indiana.
SPECIAL COLLS. E78.I53 L5 1937

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940-9265
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