“Ray Boomhower” – 5/20/16
Indiana’s bicentennial offers a chance to reconnect with fascinating chapters in the state’s history. A new book by Ray Boomhower tells the story of a remarkable Hoosier writer, famous in his time, not so well known in ours. “John Bartlow Martin, a Voice for the Underdog” is the book, and Ray Boomhower, an editor with the Indiana Historical Society, joins us to talk about Martin and other Indiana figures.
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Music in this show:
Abraham, Martin, and John, by Dion
Indiana Holding You, by Indiana Boys
In the Wake, by The Red Clay Pigeons