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- The American Historical Association is the main scholarly organization for historians in the United States.
- The Organization of American Historians is the principal scholarly organization for historians of the United States.
- The American Historical Review (AHR) is the official publication of The American Historical Association(AHA). The AHA was founded in 1884 and chartered by Congress in 1889 to serve the interests of the entire discipline of history.
- H-Net provides access to a vast range of online services for historians (and others), including links to e-mail discussion groups in many different fields of history.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education is the trade journal of the academic world.
- The Columbia Libraries‘ Humanities and History Databases page provides links to many databases in history, some of which are not accessible except through the university. Some other resources include the history subject guides and the history e-journals.
- The Library of Congress website provides access to the nation’s largest library catalogue as well as to a considerable collection of digital resources.
- Dissertation Abstracts allows you to search a database of dissertations stretching back over several decades by topic, title, or author.
- The AHA Guide to Dissertations in Progress provides information on most dissertations currently underway, by author, title, subject, or university.
- The National Union Catalogue of Manuscript Collections allows you to search a very large collection of manuscript depositories in the United States for guides to collections, references to individuals, and other resources.
- The History Channel Web Network offers a portal to a wide range of historical websites, some of interest to scholars.
- Columbia Interactive is a gateway to selected e-learning resources developed at Columbia University. You can browse a growing collection of e-resources, including hundreds of class websites and learning tools, learn about semester-length e-courses, and enjoy shorter e-seminars, which are free to Columbia students, faculty, and staff.