A volunteer group devoted to the preservation and collection of
Arizona historical records, culture, and documentation.
Provides leadership, service, and support for its members who preserve and interpret state and local history in order to make the past more meaningful in American Society.
Grantmaking programs to connect artists/arts organizations with the public.
Serves to improve communications among genealogical societies, libraries with genealogical collections, professionals, and the general public; to express concern regarding records preservation and public access to records; to promote special statewide projects.
Advises the Arizona legislature and state agencies on matters relating to historic preservation.
AHC funds, directs and supports programs that promote understanding of human thoughts, actions, creations, and values; accomplishes its mission by providing direction and resources for four program areas: heritage, books and reading, community dialogue, and teacher education.
Dedicated to the promotion of museums in Central Arizona.
The Gallery of the Open Frontier is a digital library of photos, paintings, and drawings that pertain to the history of the American West.
GCHS develops and promotes appreciation, understanding and education of the
earlier history of the inhabitants and important events of the Grand Canyon
and surrounding area.
Provides national leadership and coordination for the preservation of America’s cultural heritage including: works of art, anthropological artifacts, documents, historic objects, architecture and natural science specimens.
The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), is responsible for the identification, evaluation, and protection of Arizona’s prehistoric and historic cultural resources. The staff have expertise in history, archaeology, architecture, grants management. They serve the state National Historic Register, offer a tax incentive and grants program for historic restoration and preservation, and help people connect with federal grants programs.
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Inspiring biographies · Pivotal dates in time · Historic landmarks. Arizona Stories captures the legends and history as never before. Special features include Google maps to historic milestones, additional historic resources, complete transcripts.
Arizona Stories: WWII
Arizona was home to some of America’s bravest. A place where thousands trained, sacrificed and pitched in to win the War.
Arizona has more national monuments than any other state in America — 18 remarkable destinations. This site has virtual tours, video clips, online postcards, lesson plans and information on how to plan your trip to each monument.