Here you can explore and employ the skills, services, and archives of the AHJS, whether novice, academic, or anything in between. Study historical material, authenticate, contribute and preserve materials of significance, or participate in communicating the latest and best knowledge of our dynamic history.
Now you are able to easily discover genealogical materials, personal papers, photographs, war memorabilia, corporate records, press clippings and ephemera dating back to the arrival of the first fleet in 1788, collected from numerous individuals and institutions, worldwide.
And always stay up to date with access to contemporary blog posts, publications for purchase, information on upcoming events, AHJS membership, user-editorial features and feedback.
Participate in sustaining the relevance of the community’s history, so we can continue to make history together.
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