Latest Posts for History

  • Henry Ward Beecher’s fame launched from Indy pulpit
    By CONNIE ZEIGLER In the modern era Indianapolis’s most famous minister would arguably have been William H. Hudnut, who, after serving Second Presbyterian Church for several years became the city’s four-term mayor, then a member of the Hudson [Read More…]
  • When all Indy’s restaurants were owner-operated
    This installment of History 301 originally appeared in the February 2014 issue of Urban Times. By CONNIE ZEIGLER Indianapolis, these days, has a growing reputation as a city of fine independent restaurants. This is certainly welcome and newsworthy [Read More…]