Search this exhibition America on the Move America on the Move explores the role of transportation in American history. Visit communities wrestling with the changes that new transportation networks brought.
Permanent Exhibits Little Turtle There are more than 26, artifacts in our collection, many of which are on permanent display in a series of exhibits at The History Center. Many of the exhibits include interactive elements, offering families a true "hands-on history" experience.
The contributions of women and minorities are also well-represented, demonstrating the rich diversity of a multicultural community. Here are some of the highlights of what visitors may see. Earliest Inhabitants Tools and weapons provide evidence of an early society that apparently moved into this area as the last Ice Age came to an end.
A mastodon's broken rib bone and a large tooth molar may be the remnants of a successful hunt. Miami Indian History Histories and images of Pacanne, Little Turtle, and Jean Baptiste de Richardville pay homage to the period when the Miami Indian village of Kekionga near the confluence of our three rivers was a major trade center in a world-wide market for furs and pelts.
Items belonging to the great Miami chief Little Turtle are on display, most notably his watch and a ceremonial sword presented to him by President George Washington. Model Miami Indian Village Anthony Wayne A fold-up camp bed designed for easy transport in the wilderness helped General Anthony Wayne sleep comfortably when he came to this area and ordered a fort built that would bear his name.
The dedication of that fort on October 22, is recognized as our city's birthday. Founding fathers like Samuel Hanna and Jesse Williams chief engineer for the canal are recognized for their accomplishments.
Industry Recreations of a blacksmith shop and a foundry demonstrate our growth as an industrial city. Bowser created the self-measuring gas pump they are still called "bowsers" in some parts of the world ; Wayne Pump and Tolkheim made significant improvements to secure our place in transportation history.
A re-creation of a foundry Allen County Innovation Inthe History Center opened the first new permanent exhibition gallery since the museum opened in Allen County Innovation details the many inventions conceived and produced in our area.
As the birthplace of magnet wire to Sweetwater Sound, Vera Bradley and Bad Dad motorcycles, Allen County and Fort Wayne have been at the forefront of entrepreneurship throughout their history.A REPORT by the industry lobby group Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) says that the wrist watch market in India is set to grow at the rate of 15 per cent during the.
Indian Watch industry is estimated to be around crores and Titan is riding on top of it with a market share of over 50%. This is a super brand that has changed the way we look at (or wear) watches. America on the Move explores the role of transportation in American history. Visit communities wrestling with the changes that new transportation networks brought.
See cities change, suburbs expand, and farms and factories become part of regional, national, and international economies. Meet people as they travel for work and pleasure, and as they move to new homes.
Indian Creek School is a private, co-educational, nonsectarian day school for students age three through grade 12, located on two campuses in Crownsville, Maryland. Indian Television industry today is found to be one of the fastest growing entertainment industries through out Asia, and that is evident even to the aam aadmi given the number of new channels erupting all over the country and new shows being churned out constantly.
There are more than 26, artifacts in our collection, many of which are on permanent display in a series of exhibits at The History Center. Many of the exhibits include interactive elements, offering families a true "hands-on history" experience.