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Indiana magazine of history

  • The Indiana quarterly magazine of history
  • INMH
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English
Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University, Department of History, 1905-
v.
00196673
Vol. 1, no. 1 (1905)-

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Quarterly.

The Indiana Magazine of History is published quarterly by the Indiana University Department of History in cooperation with the Indiana Historical Society.

Since its founding in 1830, the Indiana Historical Society has dedicated itself to preserving and promoting Indiana's rich heritage. One of the largest statewide historical societies in the nation, the Society is known for its research library, authoritative publications, educational conferences, interactive exhibitions and public programs.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under INMH.

Includes indexes to: v. 1-50, 1905-1954.

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