Updated: July 20, 2013: The 2013 list of winners, with links to organizations and projects.
Updated: September 25, 2012: Links to resources added. If you have changes or suggestions for other links, add a comment below.
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Congratulations to this year's award recipients, who will be recognized at the AASLH Leadership in History Awards Banquet on October 5 during the 2012 AASLH Annual Conference in Salt Lake City.
Award of Distinction
Dr. Robert Archibald (video of 2010 address)
The Albert B. Corey Award
Babcock-Smith House Museum, Westerly, RI
Historic Chattahoochee Commission, Troup County Historical Society, and Anthony Gene Carey for the publication Sold Down the River: Slavery in the Lower Chattahoochee River Valley of Alabama and Georgia
Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park for the Antelope Valley Indian Museum Structural and Environmental Controls Project
Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation and Heyday Books for the publication Rancho Los Alamitos-Ever Changing, Always the Same
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center for the program Harriet Beecher Stowe: Inspiring Action for 200 Years
Atlanta History Center for the school program The Price of Freedom: Causes and Consequences of the Civil War
John C. Inscoe for the publication The Civil War in Georgia: a New Georgia Encyclopedia Companion
Lila Hill for her tireless dedication to documenting and preserving the history of Meridian, ID
Mary E. Reed for thirty years of preserving and interpreting Idaho history
Bangor Museum and History Center and Bangor High School for Exploring Historic Landscapes Using GIS: The Great Bangor Fire of 1911 Also the recipient of a History in Progress Award.
Jean Foley Doyle for a lifetime of preserving and promoting the history of 20th-century Newburyport
Missouri History Museum for the publication Captain Joseph Boyce and the 1st Missouri Infantry, C.S.A.
U.S. District Court, District of Kansas, Jean Svadlenak, and Svadlenak Museum Consulting for exhibit Americans by Choice: The Story of Immigration and Citizenship in Kansas with The American Dream: In Their Own Words
Barbara Decker, The Campbell House Museum, The Griot Museum of Black History, The Eugene Field House, and the education group: Jeff Kopolow, Carlene Fullerton, Jean Turney, and Sue Hegarty for the Urban Museum Collaborative
Montana Historical Society and Montana Office of Public Instruction Indian Education for All for Best Practices in Museum Education: Museums and Schools as Co-Educators (blog post)
Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG92 for the development of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG92
New-York Historical Society Museum and Library for excellence in telling the story of the history of New York City
Betty Jamerson Reed for the publication School Segregation in Western North Carolina, 1860s-1970s
The World War II Pheasant Canteen Team for The World War II Pheasant Canteen Team (video). Also the recipient of a History in Progress Award.
Buck Kahler and Chris Albrecht for the documentary The Mysterious Lost State of Franklin
Donald L. Enders for fifty years of researching and restoring historic sites for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Vermont Historical Society and Donald H. Wickman for the publication A Very Fine Appearance: The Vermont Civil War Photographs of George Houghton
Bainbridge Island Historical Museum for excellence in preserving and sharing the history of Bainbridge Island
Dr. Lorraine McConaghy for the publication New Land, North of the Columbia