Thursday, May 2, 2013

262. Newspaper Workshop At Historical Society

       Digitized Indiana newspapers are an increasingly important tool in the Indy genealogist's toolbox. Catch up on some late developments at the Indiana Historical Society.

Read All About It:
Accessing Digitized Indiana Newspaper Archives 
Indiana History Center

Saturday, May 18, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
$10, $8 IHS members
Indiana Historical Society, in partnership with Newspaper Archives, recently announced the availability of over 2.5 million digitized Indiana newspaper pages, dated 1924 or earlier. Researchers can search newspaper pages by keyword or browse particular issues from over 760 Indiana newspapers from across the state. Come learn more about this incredible project and how to use it in your family history research.
Suzanne Hahn is the Director of Reference Services at the William Henry Smith Memorial Library at the Indiana Historical Society. She received her master’s degree from the Indiana University School of Library Science in 1996. Prior to joining the Reference Staff at IHS in 2000, she worked at the Library of Congress and Center for Naval Analyses in Washington DC.
 This class is eligible for 2 technology LEU's
Registration includes admission to the Indiana Experience the day of the program.

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