For 114 years, the Studebaker Corporation produced vehicles in the heart of South Bend; today, the museum displays its one-of-a-kind historical car collection.
Once one of the largest freshwater wetlands in the U.S., the Grand Kankakee Marsh was nearly destroyed; today, conservationists are working to save the region.
Travel to Vincennes to explore one of Indiana's oldest family farms, Mont Clair. Designated an Indiana Landmark, the Ewing farm was built in 1804.
Established along the Ohio River in 1837, the town of Cannelton was once home to the tallest industrial building west of the Allegheny Mountains.
Considered one of the Midwest's most comprehensive collection, the Indiana Military Museum features thousands of artifacts spanning more than 200 years.
Established by French fur traders as a strategic post, Vincennes was Indiana's first European settlement, and eventual capital of the Northwest Territory.
After becoming Governor of the Indiana Territory, William Henry Harrison moved to Vincennes, building the iconic Grouseland estate as a symbol and a home.
After leaving Vincennes at 14 years old, Red Skelton became a comedic icon, entertaining worldwide audiences for 70 years; his legacy continues at the museum.
Built in 1891 as segregation became Indiana law, Corydon's Leora Brown School is Indiana's oldest and longest standing school for African American children.
Host of WFIU's "Night Lights," David Brent Johnson explores the story behind Bloomington's Hoagy Carmichael friendship with famed trumpeter Bix Beiderbecke.