The AMA member institutions are an amazing collection of places where one will discover the story of our great state and its people. Whether you're looking for the birthplace of Helen Keller, artifacts from our first inhabitants - the Native Americans, the finest collection of Wedgewood outside of England, an historic Frank Lloyd Wright home, or a replica of the bus on which an action to change the world took place, there's something here that will inspire you, too.
Little Rock, Arkansas
The Arkansas Museums Association (AMA) is an organization of museums and museum personnel dedicated to the promotion of professional standards in Arkansas museums, the encouragement of interaction between members and the development of public support for and interest in Arkansas Museums.
Ashland, New Hampshire
AHSNH is a non-profit state-wide organization formed to facilitate networking among town historical societies. There are four meetings a year, the fourth Saturdays of April, June, August, and October.
AHSNH also publishes a newsletter, operates a website, and distributes an e-mail newsletter. The gem among networking opportunities, however, is the biennial Directory, containing contact information of all the historical societies in NH.
The Association of Indiana Museums (AIM) is the statewide advocate and information resource for Hoosier museums.
AIM serves Indiana's museum community by providing leadership, developing cooperative initiatives, and promoting the use of professional standards.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
The Association of South Dakota Museums (ASDM) is an organization of museums and friends in service to the museum community in South Dakota since 1970. To fulfill its mission, ASDM holds an annual meeting, publishes a quarterly newsletter along with technical information pamphlets and a South Dakota Museum Directory, and organizes a series of workshops.