Friday, July 22, 2016

719. Explore German Indiana at IHS on August 13th

(Get this vital question answered: Do paleographic resources relate to genealogy?)

German Heritage Day

Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Day Classroom; Indiana History Center

     Celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial by exploring the contributions of German immigrants and their descendants to the culture, economy and landscape of Indiana. Hear local historian William L. Selm explore Indiana’s early Germanic settlers though paleographic resources and iconic architecture.
      Early registration: $20 ticket; $15 member of IHS or Palatines to America
After July 29: $20
     $12 box lunch available for purchase. Includes parking at the Indiana Historical Society and admission to Indiana Experience the same day.
       This class is eligible for 3 LEU available. 
[A partnership with Indiana Chapter Palatines to America and Indiana Historical Society]

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