The March issue of Almanac is available

March issue of the Almanac is available

A PDF of this issue is available here.

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Fall issue of the Almanac is available

March 2013 Almanac

Fall issue of the Almanac is available

The latest issue of the Almanac, a newsletter for members and friends of AAS, is now available. Stories in this issue include "With a French Accent is Bordeaux Bound" and "Finding a Home at the Society: How a Collection Items Becomes Just That."

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New Orientation Film

Watch AAS's new orientation film featuring David McCullough, Jill Lepore, Nathaniel Philbrick, and others. This short film describes the American Antiquarian Society (AAS). AAS is an independent research library and learned society founded in 1812 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The library's collections document the life of America's people from the colonial era through the Civil War and Reconstruction.

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A View of AAS at 200

In the Spring of 2012, the American Antiquarian Society published The American Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012: A Bicentennial History by Philip F. Gura. To supplement this publication, the Society digitized and made available in high-resolution the images and descriptions from the text. Not merely a list of illustrations, this site provides links to inventories and catalog records while also establishing additional contexts for viewing these important items.

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