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Learn more about how the Indiana Historical Society is making history accessible, enjoyable and relevant today. Find out how to access the IHS’s extensive archival collections, as well as how IHS collaborates with and assists local museums and historical groups. Topics covered also include IHS programs, events, publications, outreach, digital offerings and other services available to the general public—and you may be surprised by how much the IHS has to offer. MORE >Participants will also get a look inside the IHS’s national award-winning Indiana Experience, which is brings Indiana’s past to life in vivid detail at the IHS’s headquarters building, the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center.
Is your adviser a convicted fraudster that adopted a new identity following prison? Did a child molester circumvent your school’s background check? Greg will discuss U. S. states that have “closed” and “open” vital records, demonstrate how easy it is to “take” a dead person’s identity, illustrate how to produce “breeder” documents necessary to get a new U. S. Social Security number, show how some conceal the time they were in prison, and how crooks create a “new-skin” individual. MORE >