Based at the Indiana State University Library, the Wabash Valley Visions & Voices website is designed to document and preserve the history and cultural heritage of the Wabash Valley region in west central Indiana and east central Illinois. Many local cultural and historical institutions have contributed items to the collection, and visitors can peruse all of these items at their leisure. A good place to start is the "O Miners Awake" area which brings together photographs, journals, and other items of ephemera related to the lives of Indiana coal miners and their communities. Users can search this particular collection by document type or county of origin. Visitors can also use the "My Favorites" area to create their own mini-collection where they can compare items and also save them as web pages.


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