Related Sites

These related sites will be useful for those interested in museum work and American military history. They have been selected because they are comprehensive, well maintained, and likely to be around for a long time.

Museums (General)

  • American Association of Museums

    AAM is the only organization representing the entire scope of museums and professionals and nonpaid staff who work for and with museums. The site also contains Museum Marketplace Online, a source for museum products and services. Its bookstore site is billed as "the most comprehensive list of titles in the museum profession."

  • American Association for State and Local History

    This site offers an extensive publications catalog for museum-related work, and technical leaflets and videos.

  • U.S. Army Museums

    The Army Museum System comprises more than 100 Active Army, Army Reserve, and National Guard museums throughout the country.

  • Canadian Military Museums

    Canadian Forces museums collect, preserve, and interpret our military heritage to create a sense of history, identity, and pride within the Canadian Forces and throughout Canada, in support of the goals of the Department of National Defence.

  • MuseumLink's Museum of Museums

    According to the publishers of this site: "MuseumLink's Museum of Museums will eventually contain links to every museum on the planet, from the world's largest to the most obscure (assuming they have a website). See the very beginning of this effort at U.S. Museums by State or the newly started Canadian Museums."

Conservation

  • Conservation OnLine, Resources for Conservation Professionals

    a project of the Preservation Department of Stanford University Libraries, is a full text library of conservation information, covering a wide spectrum of topics of interest to those involved with the conservation of library, archives and museum materials.

  • Heritage Conservation

    An Australian site at the State Library of Victoria, it provides a range of current information useful to conservators, curators and anyone else concerned with the care of heritage material, sites and structures.

  • SOLINET Preservation

    These Internet Resources provide useful information for preservation and conservation professionals.

  • National Center for Preservation Technology and Training

    A National Park Service site on preservation and conservation.

  • National Archives and Record Administration, Archives and Preservation Resources

    This page is designed to offer guidance concerning archival preservation, management, and training to all levels of archivists and preservation professionals from the at-home record-keeper, to the family genealogist, to professionals seeking technical guidance from the National Archives and Records Administration. Below is a brief description of where the buttons on the left will take you.

  • Northeast Document Conservation Center
  • Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education

    It is the purpose of the Smithsonian Center for Materials Research and Education to increase and disseminate scientific knowledge that contributes to improved preservation and conservation of museum collections and related materials and to the enhancement of their contextual interpretation.

Research Resources

Military History

  • Search CMH Library Catalog

    Check the online bookshelves for entire Center of Military History books, including American Military History, Maurice Matloff, editor.

  • The American Civil War Homepage

    It includes these topics: General Resources, The Secession Crisis and Before, Images of Wartime, Documentary Records, Histories, FAQs, Bibliographies, etc. All you ever wanted to know about the Civil War.

  • Atlases of American Wars

    The West Point Atlas of American Wars online.

Other

Disclaimer: The appearance of these hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense (or the U.S. Army) of this web site or the information, products or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation sites, the Department of Defense (or the U.S. Army) does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. These links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this DoD web site.

Fort Huachuca Museum

Main Museum

Building 41401

Museum Annex

Building 41305

U.S. Army Intelligence Museum

Building 41411

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Weekdays: 9am to 4pm
Sunday: Closed
Federal holidays: Closed

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