The Calumet Region Bibliography 

Northwest Indiana nicknamed "The Region '' after the Calumet Region, comprises Lake, Porter, LaPorte, Newton, Jasper, and Starke counties in Indiana and is part of the Chicago metropolitan area.  

Celebrating Naomi Anderson 

Naomi Anderson was an important and well-known leader in the fight for women’s and African Americans’ rights in the 19th Century.   The Celebrating Naomi Anderson project received support from a Preserving Women’s Legacy Grant, a program of the Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial presented by Indiana Humanities and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs through funding from the state of Indiana. 

Library of American Civilization 

The Library of American Civilization (LAC) is a collection of microforms relating to all aspects of American life and literature from their beginnings to the outbreak of World War One. There are 9,553 titles in the collection, 9,392 books, 151 serials, 10 music scores, pamphlets, periodicals, biographies and autobiographies, fictional works, poetry, materials of foreign origin relating to America, and many rare books are included.  This index provides links to all the known open-source books available in the collection. 

ACME Steel Collection 

The ACME Steel collection of archives (including employee documents, production records, photographs and slides, blueprints, photographs and ephemera) and artifacts (including signage, tools, clothing, plant models, and other items consequent to everyday life in a production facility) represents the “most significant single site collection to document the economic, environmental, technological, and social life of industry in the Calumet region.”