Maritime History: The AAMH

  • What is Maritime History?

    Maritime history is the study of people and their activities in, on, around and under the waters of the world. This includes oceans, estuaries, rivers, and creeks.

  • Who we are

    The AAMH is run by an Executive Council that has officers from all States and Territories. The AAMH is not restricted to Australia and Australian maritime history: its membership and field of interest are international in scope. Go to Publications Page for more about the AAMH's contribution to maritime history.

Recent News...
-New Issue of the Newsletter out now - go to Newsletter page
- 2016 Conference successfully concluded, look out for a wrap up in the September Newsletter
- Special Hartog issue of The Great Circle Out Now
Maritime Day in Fremantle was a success - have a look at posters on the Events page

Members are invited to the AGM 4pm 21 November Murdoch University Business School Meeting Room

Dr Howard Gray to deliver free public lecture - The life and times of Frederik de Houtman 1571-1627 see Events page

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Membership entitles you to every copy of The Great Circle (two per annum) as well as the quarterly AAMH newsletter!