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  • American Antiquarian Society - An independent research library focusing on American history, literature, and culture through 1876.
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  • The American Association for History and Computing (AAHC) - Dedicated to linking the study of history with computer technology, with annual meeting and prizes, membership, journal archives, constitution, officers and tenure guidelines.
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  • American Association for State and Local History - Provides leadership, service and support for the preservation and interpretation of American state and local history.
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  • American Association of the History of Medicine - An academic society devoted to the history of medicine and all aspects of health.
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  • American Historical Association - The professional organization for all historians.
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  • American Jewish Historical Society - The organization is interested in history of American Jews.
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  • American Printing History Association - Founded in 1974 to encourage the study of printing history and its related arts and skills, including calligraphy, typefounding, typography, papermaking, bookbinding, illustration, and publishing.
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  • ASECS American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies - An interdisciplinary group dedicated to the advancement of scholarship in all aspects of the period from the later seventeenth through the early nineteenth century.
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  • Atomic Heritage Foundation - A non-profit dedicated to preservation and interpretation of the Manhattan Project and Atomic Age. Information about historic properties, museum exhibits, publications, and documentary films.
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  • Constitution Society - Comprehensive collection of constitutional materials, including books, articles, and tools.
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  • Discovery Expedition - Nonprofit organization rediscovering the legacy of Lewis and Clark through reenactments and other living history programs. Expedition history, photos and other details of bicentennial activities, and other news and information.
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  • Florida Lighthouse Association - A not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Florida's lighthouses and maritime heritage.
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  • Friends of the Little Bighorn Battlefield - Website includes historical background, board of directors, membership, photos and complete coverage of the Indian Memorial.
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  • The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History - Promotes interest in history through lectures, exhibitions, teacher seminars, prizes and fellowships, and electronic resources including an online historical textbook and annotated historical documents.
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  • Gulfoil Historical Society - Independent, non-profit organization that seeks preserve and promote the history and heritage of the Gulf Oil Corp. Toledo, Ohio.
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  • Huguenot Society of America - Promotes the cause of religious freedom, perpetuates the memory of the Huguenot settlers in America, and commemorates the principal events in Huguenot history.
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  • The Independence Hall Association - A nonprofit, tax-exempt organization founded in 1942 to spearhead the creation of Independence National Historical Park. Now develops and publishes web content dealing with Philadelphia and 18th-century American history.
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  • The Institute for Historical Study - A group of scholars dedicated to promoting the study and discussion of history as a field of knowledge outside the traditional classroom setting and in the broader public arena. Berkeley, California.
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  • Isle Royale Natural History Association - A non-profit educational organization promotes, in partnership with the National Park Service, the public's understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of Michigan's Isle Royale National Park and Keweenaw National Historical Park.
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  • The Jefferson Legacy Foundation - A non-profit, non-partisan organization which promotes education about Thomas Jefferson through film, web, library, outreach, and numerous support programs.
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  • Labor and Working Class History Association - An organization of scholars, union members, students, and citizens promoting a wider understanding of the history of working class people, their communities, and their organizations in the United States.
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  • Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Council - Commemorating the legacy of the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1803-1806.
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  • Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation - The Foundation's mission is to honor the remarkable historic legacy of Lewis and Clark through research, education, preservation, promotion, and coordination.
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  • Living History Farms - A non-profit, historical, educational foundation located in Urbandale, Iowa, USA.
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  • Montana Historical Society - Preserve for future generations representative selection of all historic resources (art, records, books, photographs, oral histories, artifacts, journals, sites, buildings) important to an understanding of Montana history.
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  • The National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History - Advocacy group provides current information on legislation and legislative proposals, hearings, and federal policy issues of concern to historians, archivists, librarians, and the general public.
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  • National Women's History Project - Regarded as "the clearinghouse" for U.S. women's history information and resources, the NWHP site provides excellent links to biography-rich sites for student researchers, program ideas for all constituencies, a downloadable "Test Your Women's History I.Q." quiz sheet, and other delights.
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  • Navy & Marine Living History Association - Founded in 1998 as a non-profit organization to promote education, research, and preservation of America's rich national heritage of the naval services.
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  • Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship - A collection of writings, studies, and information about research on The Book of Mormon and other manuscripts at Brigham Young University.
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  • Organization of American Historians (OAH) - Learned society devoted to the study of American history. Publisher of the Journal of American History, the OAH Newsletter, the OAH Magazine of History and Talking History Radio Program.
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  • Pere Marquette Historical Society, Inc. - Comprehensive historical information on the Pere Marquette Railroad, which served Michigan, Ontario, Indiana Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin. Contains maps, equipment rosters, timelines and photos of preserved equipment.
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  • Preservation of American Hellenic History - A national umbrella website coordinating local, community organizations for the preservation of Greek (Hellenic) American history.
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  • Sussex - Lisbon Area Historical Society - A non-profit dedicated to the historical preservation of the Sussex and Lisbon area. Includes membership, board of directors and annual meeting.
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  • Thomas Paine National Historical Association - Founded in 1884. Publishes a scholarly journal and provides information on the Revolutionary activist, including a full-text archive of many of his works, as well as membership information, and links to related material.
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  • US Corps of Topographical Engineers - History and techniques of the Corps, emphasizing the Mexican War, western expansion and the Civil War.
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  • The White House Historical Association - Tas tours, lesson plans, official White House Christmas ornaments, books, and gifts.
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