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Finding the Glory of God: Experiencing Poverty, Bigotry and Racism Autobiography of Eugene Jackson Jr. By Eugene Jackson Jr. & Lauren Victoria J.
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Finding the Glory of God, by author Eugene Jackson Jr., narrates the story of his life, of an African-American male in America who evolved, like others, from Negro, to black, and to the current... More > classification throughout seven-plus decades—1931 to the present. More than an autobiography, it goes back to the turn of the twentieth century, touching on the lives of others who crossed his path or whose path he crossed on his journey. It contains details or perceptions of what was and what is coming. Jackson includes stories from his time in the military during the Korean War, familial anecdotes, family and American history, and his feelings and impressions built during a lifetime. He offers a look at his history through his religious experiences and revelations and what it was like being a black man.< Less
Shopkeeper’s Son By Irving L. Fink & Dale Borman Fink
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Stories and Recollections of Iriving L. Fink (1920-2015), edited and prefaced by his son Dale Borman Fink. Composed of humorous and sometimes poignant vignettes from childhood and adulthood. Irving... More > L. Fink was born in 1920 in Youngstown, Ohio and grew up in nearby Newton Falls. After graduating from Northwestern University, he served in World War II. He married Beatrice Borman of Toledo and they raised their five children in Indianapolis. Fink, who practiced law from 1949 until shortly before the end of his life, earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and was a founder of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union. Fink was an avid storyteller, poet, songwriter, musician, joker, and sportsman.< Less
Place in Proximity By Jacquelynn Sullivan
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Place in Proximity launches a new collaboration between Michigan State University and the City of East Lansing, MI with (SCENE) Metrospace in East Lansing, MI. Place in Proximity features work from... More > artists living and making art in the states of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. This exhibition juxtaposes themes, qualities, and mannerisms of contemporary art from within our surrounding geographical region. Highlighting what is happening right now in our region and allowing us to examine how it relates to the broader contemporary art world.< Less
Diary of a Heartland Radical By Harry Targ
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A collection of essays and personal reflections on socialist politics and culture in the United States from the 1950s to today. Harry Targ is a widely known and popular professor of political science... More > and peace studies at Purdue University in Indiana.< Less
Diary of a Heartland Radical By Harry Targ
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A collection of essays and personal reflections on socialist politics and culture in the United States from the 1950s to today. Harry Targ is a widely known and popular professor of political science... More > and peace studies at Purdue University in Indiana.< Less
MY BOOK By Deante Bland
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This book is a book written for a class of mine here at Indiana Wesleyan University. The book is basically a book of advice to my future self it may or may not help check it out, and who knows maybe... More > God will speak to through the words.< Less
Elevate Your Afterhours By Kathryn Francis
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These poems were written by Kathryn Francis, an English major at Indiana University Northwest. They were written as required assignments given to her by her teacher. This is her first book of poetry... More > ever created.< Less
My Photography By Courtney Miller
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A collection of my favorite work throughout my four years at Indiana University. From the hidden secrets of the Midewest, to safari in South Africa, to the Bosphorous in Turkey, see what I have... More > explored and experienced as an undergraduate.< Less
Photographic Preservation - The Brown Family Collection By Taylor Whitney
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This project focuses on the methodology of assigning intellectual and physical arrangement to private family photographic collections. The Brown Family Archive is a case study that works directly... More > with the Brown Family and Lake County Historical Museum in Crown Point, Indiana. The collection brings together photographs and related artifacts from the Civil War, The First National Bank of Crown Point, Indiana, and several interrelated families. The scope of the collection is analogous to many family collections. It is historically and culturally significant due to its visual documentation of a sociological milieu in the United States during 18th and 19th centuries. The photographs offer insight into the problem of deterioration due to improper housing, mishandling, and chemical break down. Through research and best practices in photographic preservation and collections management, the project delivers a model for use by family historians, museums, historical societies and libraries.< Less
Photographic Preservation - The Brown Family Collection By Taylor Whitney
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This project focuses on the methodology of assigning intellectual and physical arrangement to private family photographic collections. The Brown Family Archive is a case study that works directly... More > with the Brown Family and Lake County Historical Museum in Crown Point, Indiana. The collection brings together photographs and related artifacts from the Civil War, The First National Bank of Crown Point, Indiana, and several interrelated families. The scope of the collection is analogous to many family collections. It is historically and culturally significant due to its visual documentation of a sociological milieu in the United States during 18th and 19th centuries. The photographs offer insight into the problem of deterioration due to improper housing, mishandling, and chemical break down. Through research and best practices in photographic preservation and collections management, the project delivers a model for use by family historians, museums, historical societies and libraries.< Less

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