Founded in 1884 and incorporated by Congress in 1889 for the promotion of historical studies, the AHA provides leadership for the profession, protects academic freedom, develops professional standards, aids in the pursuit and publication of scholarship, and supplies various services to sustain and enhance the work of its members.
The ASEH advances understanding of human interactions with the natural world by promoting historical research and teaching, and fostering dialogue about human use of the earth among humanists, social and environmental scientists, and the public, illuminating the past and providing perspective on current environmental issues.
H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online (H-Net) is an independent, non-profit scholarly association that offers an open academic space for scholars, teachers, advanced students and related professionals.
One of the oldest institutions of its kind west of the Mississippi River. Contact for information about Montana's Museum, the Montana Historical Society Press, Montana The Magazine of Western History, the Montana State Historic Preservation Office, and the MHS Research Center.
HGSA seeks to enhance the academic and social lives of history department graduate students and other graduate students with an interest in history. It provides a forum for discussion of research, sharing of ideas, and making social connections with peers, all essential aspects of the graduate school experience.
The Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections of the Montana State University Library is the location for finding comprehensive information on subjects such as Montana agriculture and ranching, history, Native Americans, Yellowstone, and other Montana-focused topics.
The NCHE provides educators in history with access to professional development opportunities, diverse historical organizations, publications and information on developing issues in history education policy, as well as tools for current and archival curriculum guides.
A regional association of professional archivists, users of archives, and others interested in the preservation and use of archival materials in the Pacific Northwest United States, including Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
An interdisciplinary organization concerned not only with the history of technological devices and processes but also with technology in history. See their Resources tab for links to useful online resources.