THE INDO-AMERICAN HERITAGE MUSEUM

Engages with communities to promote understanding, document the history, celebrate the heritage, preserve and share the contributions of Indian Americans to the building of America.

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NOW FEATURING

THE STRUGGLE FOR CITIZENSHIP:
The Long and Winding Road to Becoming American 1790-1946

 

  • Share stories of your immigrant experience & check out stories from our growing collection.
  • Become an IAHM Volunteer.
  • Intern with us to help expand our Oral History Collection.

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IAHM programs are held at Chicago’s Indo-American Center at 6328 N. California Avenue, in the Indian-Pakistani business district along Devon Avenue. Visitors and volunteers engage in lively, interactive sessions & use the “living museum” of the ethnic market in an exploration of immigrant life.

To request information on programs please email us at info@iahmuseum.org.

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