In 1889, Monroe Seiberling built an iconic mansion; today, it is home to the Howard County Historical Society, and features numerous exhibits.
Founded in 1888 by chemist Charles Edward, Kokomo Opalescent Glass is the oldest stained-glass manufacturer in the US, producing handmade glass for 130 years.
When Kokomo’s Elwood Haynes invented the “Pioneer,” one of America’s first cars, he sparked an explosion of automobile production that continues today.
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.
As Tuberculosis raged across Indianapolis, a group of African American women joined together to demand better healthcare and education for their community.
In an unknown time or place, a grand circus came to an Indiana town, featuring exotic animals, valiant warriors, and mysteries still left to the imagination.
In 1896, Bloomington jeweler Joshua Howe, built the town’s first horseless carriage; a century later, two Bloomington men set out to rebuild the legacy.
In part two of a three-part series examining bluegrass history, discover how a Bean Blossom music festival transformed into the Brown County Jamboree.
In part one of a three-part series examining bluegrass history in Indiana, learn how a popular 1930s pastime in the town of Bean Blossom inspired a festival.
As Chairman of Cummins, J. Irwin Miller set Columbus on a global path, creating the Cummins Foundation to transform the city into a modern architectural mecca.
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