Conner Prairie
This site is the homepage of Conner Prairie, a living history museum in Fishers, Indiana, that brings to life 19th-century pioneer life in Indiana. The site offers a wealth of information about this period including historical background on Conner Prairie, articles, recipes, artifacts, and an online exhibit on transportation.
http://www.connerprairie.org
The Indiana State Archives
The Indiana State Archives is a valuable source for accessing state and county historical records and documents. A site includes a feature on Indiana's original 1816 Constitution, with an introduction by the State's Chief Justice, the full text of the document, and explanatory pages. An online search engine allows users to conduct subject-based searches of the database.
http://www.ai.org/icpr/
Tippecanoe and the Internet Too
The fourth grade class at Battle Ground Elementary School, in Battle Ground, Indiana created this excellent site on the Battle of Tippecanoe. The site includes biographies on Tecumseh, the Prophet, and William Henry Harrison, and links to the Tippecanoe County Historical Association and the Battlefield Museum. The site also provides links to MapQuest and a bibliography of relevant materials.
http://www.wvec.k12.in.us/battle/index.html