Over the holidays, there are homes all across Indiana where you can step across the threshold and find yourself in the nineteenth century.
The Overbeck sisters of Cambridge City launched their ceramics enterprise as a way to establish economic independence. In 1911, their timing was fortuitous.
As settlers occupied the Northwest Territory, the need for transportation in Indiana was high. The Indiana Internal Improvements Act of 1836 helped, by constructing the Whitewater Canal.