“A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a community within a larger organization with a shared interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge, learning or technology where members cooperate to affect or to produce solutions within their particular field, and may communicate, meet, and organize workshops.”
We would like to facilitate the discovering, gathering, preserving, and disseminating of historical and genealogical materials about and by the Indianapolis Public Schools, since the founding of the school system in 1853.
If you would like to be a part of and participate in this effort, please contact us or drop by the GSMC Library, 9370 E. Washington St., Indianapolis. Some of us will be members of GSMC, the sponsoring group, but membership is not required.
We encourage you to bring any IPS material you may have to show, tell, or scan. We have recently reorganized the IPS collection in the GSMC Library, and we welcome any ideas about further tactics and strategies for furthering the goals of IPS-SIG.
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Indy Lineages Newsletter
The Society publishes a bi-monthly newsletter of topical articles of interest to members and other genealogists. Everyone is invited to develop materials for inclusion, including notices of events planned by other organizations or communities, happenings of interest, "How to" articles, personal experiences, etc. Contact the Indy Lineages Editor if interested.
Research Guide for Marion County, Indiana Genealogy and History
This is a research guide about the offline and online genealogy and history resources available for researchers. The last edition of this publication was published in 2000. It's time for a 2021 Edition! You may not think you don't need this publication, but you do. Marion County has resource offline that you've probaly haven't heard off and the online resources are too many to count. We want these resources in one place! Volunteer by contacting Darlene Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These records are housed in the GSMC Library. Volunteers would spend time at the library indexing these records. Volunteer time can be 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours or 4 hours. Your choice.
These are death type records, with Death Notice. These records can be indexed in the comfort of your home.