PBS39 and our community partners are teaming up to bring you and entire season of beyond-the screen outreach and Native American Culture surrounding the epic miniseries, WE SHALL REMAIN.
PBS39 is part of a national story collecting effort in conjunction with
American Experience & WE SHALL REMAIN.
Click here to learn how you can share your story
and to see stories submitted as part of this living history initiative.
ALSO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF:
The IPFW Helmke Library mDON
(mastodon Digital Object Network)
Historical Digital CollectionsThe IPFW Helmke Library mDON (mastodon Digital Object Network) Historical Digital Collections offers unparalleled access to many of the thousands of photos, documents, maps, manuscripts, and other valuable historical materials owned by the History Center in Fort Wayne Indiana, the IPFW Archaeological Survey, and the IPFW Walter E. Helmke Library. The Miami Indian collection currently contains images of artifacts, documents such as letters, Potawatomie land purchases, wills, and agreements, lithographs and portraits, and plat of Richardville reservation. In addition, as part of the WE SHALL REMAIN community outreach coalition, the Helmke Library will be the digital archivist for the activities, documents, and video produced as part of the local WE SHALL REMAIN programs.
Continue to visit this growing collection of northeast Indiana historical materials at
PBS39 is proud to partner with the following organizations
to make our community outreach for
WE SHALL REMAIN possible:
The Miami Nation of Indians of the State of Indiana
The Sovereign Miami Tribe of Oklahoma