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H236: The Historian’s Craft: Oral History and IU/IU Southeast History: Indiana History Resources
This guide is designed to connect H236 students with relevant library resources.
Contains digitized newspapers from thirty-seven states, including Indiana and Kentucky, as well as information about American newspapers published from 1690 to the present. The years available for each newspaper vary, but coverage extends from 1836 to 1922.
Provides access to several hundred published volumes by a range of authors who wrote during Indiana's Golden Age of Literature (1880–1920), as well as the digitized 3–volume reference work, Indiana Authors and Their Books, which covers nearly two hundred years of Indiana's literary history (1816–1980), and contains information about approximately 7,000 authors, including citations to their works.
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. The Indiana Historical Bureau also administers the Indiana Historical Marker Program.