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CURRENT ISSUE - December 2016

The December 2016 issue of the Indiana Magazine of History includes five articles on women's labor history in Indiana, a Bicentennial Legacy Project led in part by guest editors Nancy Gabin and Anita Morgan.


Above: Workers in an Indianapolis cotton mill, photographed by Lewis Hine in August 1908. (Courtesy, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division).

Below: Strikers at International Harvester, Fort Wayne, Indiana, c. 1950. (Courtesy, Indiana Historical Society)



Hoosier Women at Work: a Bicentennial Legacy Project

Taking Indiana Women's History into the Twenty-First Century Nancy Gabin and Anita Morgan, guest editors

Bossy Ladies Fight for Better Wages Nancy Gabin

Evaline Holliday's Lifetime of Philanthropic Endeavors Katherine Badertscher

A Workingwoman's Struggle for Equal Pay Vivian Deno

African American Nurses in Indianapolis Norma Erickson