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A guide to history careers
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  • American Historical Association
    Founded in 1889, AHA is an advocate for the field of history and preservation. AHA awards more than 100 scholarships, provides online resources for teachers, and provides support for numerous academic journals.
  • Organization of American Historians
    Membership in OAH includes subscriptions to journals, newsletters and magazines, discounted subscription to JSTOR, online teaching materials, and scholarships.


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