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  • 1. Fifty logosState HistoricalSocieties
  • 2. This collection was compiled on August 25, 2012. This collection was compiled on August 25, 2012. The logos are owned by their respective organizations. The logos are owned by their respective organizations.In aafew cases it wasn’t clear if the logo we found was currently in use. In few cases it wasn’t clear if the logo we found was currently in use. Corrections can be sent to Editor@TheHistoryList.com. Corrections can be sent to Editor@TheHistoryList.com.
  • 3. Alabama Historical AssociationMontgomery, ALAlaska Historical SocietyAnchorage, AK
  • 4. Arizona Historical SocietyTucson, AZArkansas History CommissionLittle Rock, AR
  • 5. California Historical SocietySan Francisco, CAThe Colorado Historical SocietyDenver, Co
  • 6. Connecticut Historical SocietyHartford, CT Delaware Historical Society Wilmington, DE
  • 7. Florida Historical SocietyCocoa, FLGeorgia Historical SocietySavannah, GA
  • 8. Hawaiian Historical SocietyHonolulu, HI Idaho State Historical Society Boise, ID
  • 9. Illinois State Historical SocietySpringfield, IL Indiana Historical Society Indianapolis, IN 
  • 10. State Historical Society of IowaDes Moines, IA Kansas Historical Society Topeka, KS
  • 11. Kentucky Historical SocietyFrankfort, KYLouisiana Historical SocietyNew Orleans, LA
  • 12. Maine Historical SocietyPortland, MEMaryland Historical SocietyBaltimore, MD
  • 13. Massachusetts Historical SocietyBoston, MAMinnesota Historical SocietySt. Paul, MN
  • 14. Historical Society of MichiganLansing, MIMississippi Department of Archives & HistoryJackson, MS
  • 15. The State Historical Society of MissouriColumbia, MOMontana Historical SocietyHelena, MT
  • 16. Nebraska State Historical SocietyLincoln, NENevada Historical SocietyReno, NV
  • 17. New Hampshire Historical SocietyConcord, NHNew Jersey Historical SocietyNewark, NJ
  • 18. Historical Society of New MexicoSanta Fe, NMNew York Historical SocietyNew York, NY
  • 19. North Carolina Office of Archives & HistoryRaleigh, NCState Historical Society of North DakotaBismarck, ND
  • 20. Ohio Historical SocietyColumbus, OHOklahoma Historical SocietyOklahoma City, OK
  • 21. Oregon Historical Society Portland, ORHistorical Society of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PA
  • 22. Rhode Island Historical SocietyProvidence, RISouth Carolina Historical SocietyCharleston, SC
  • 23. South Dakota State Historical SocietyPierre, SDTennessee Historical SocietyNashville, TN
  • 24. Texas State Historical AssociationDenton, TXUtah State Historical SocietySalt Lake City, UT
  • 25. Virginia Historical SocietyRichmond, VAVermont Historical SocietyBarre, VT
  • 26. Washington State Historical SocietyTacoma, WAWest Virginia Historical SocietyCharleston, WV
  • 27. Wisconsin Historical SocietyMadison, WIWyoming State Historical SocietyWheatland, WY
  • 28. The History List•State and local historical societies, museums, preservationorganizations, historic sites, reenactment groups, associations, andother national, regional, state, and local history organizations list theirorganizations, events, sites, and exhibits. – Focused exclusively on history and history-related organizations. – There is no cost to list. – It’s cut-and-paste simple, with nearly unlimited room for text and pictures.•Free tools make it easy to add a continually updated list of events toany site. State organizations can add a calendar with eventssubmitted by organizations throughout their state.
  • 29. Comments from some early participants “The History List is quickly becoming a pioneer on the web for historical institutions.” “Everything we are looking to share with the public is at our finger tips, easy to use, and well thought out.” Jodie McMenamin Development Officer USS Constitution Museum
  • 30. “The Massachusetts Historical Society offers most more than100 public programs and events each year. What makes TheHistory List different is its targeted approach.“It is an easy-to-use online resource that connects historyenthusiasts to history-related events and programs.” Carol Knauff Assistant Director of Development for Communications Massachusetts Historical Society
  • 31. “Each year Historic New England presents hundreds of publicevents and programs at dozens of sites in five states.Unlike other event-listing websites, by focusing exclusively onhistory, The History List connects our events to a highlytargeted audience and helps that audience understand the fullrange of our offerings.” Rob Watson Marketing Manager Historic New England
  • 32. “There are plenty of calendar services available online, but onlyThe History List caters specifically to the history community.Their event-listing services are intuitive and easy, theircreators are smart and friendly, and our ability to communicatewith like-minded individuals and institutions about our eventsand programming has never been easier because of them.I’d tell any history-related organization, if you aren’t using TheHistory List, you’re overlooking an extremely useful andeffective tool.” Matt Wilding Media and Content Manager Freedom Trail Foundation
  • 33. Lee WrightLee@TheHistoryList.comTwitter: TheHistoryList 8/25/12