American Historical Association


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American Historical Association (AHA)

Address:400 A St SE
Washington, DC 20003

Phone:202-544-2422
Fax:202-544-8307
Web: www.historians.org
Established: 1884. Description:Promotes historical studies, the collection and preservation of historical documents and artifacts, and the circulation of historical research. Addresses the professional concerns of historians and educators and provides resources to ensure the proliferation of historical knowledge. Members: 15,000. Dues: $37/year.
Publications: Perspectives (monthly); free to members. The American Historical Review (5x/year); free to members.

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