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Any child that has been to a museum, gone stomping through a creek, or gazed at the stars knows that science learning isn’t confined to a classroom.

Children are eager to explore the wonders of the natural world, and parents and teachers value the importance of science education—thus, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (TCMI) has collected science objects and conducted fieldwork since it was first established.

During the 1930s, museum staff members drove equipment-laden Model T cars on expeditions known as Prairie Treks. Indianapolis schoolchildren were given the chance to venture to the western United States and investigate the...

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