Encourage research

AADAS encourages research and nurtures a continuing interest in the history, life, and culture of the Dutch in North America.

Encourage research

Share information

AADAS publishes and distributes information about the development of religious and governmental institutions, industry, science and the arts, education, and North American Netherlandic relations.

Share information

Meeting ground

AADAS is a meeting ground for people interested in the history, life, and culture of the Dutch in North America.

Meeting ground

Special deal for students

To encourage the involvement of young researchers, students get a discount membership for only $15 per year.

Special deal for students

Member benefits

AADAS members receive the conference proceedings, a biannual newsletter and get a "member's rate" for conference registrations.

Member benefits

2015 AADAS CONFERENCE!!!!

2015 is a special anniversary for AADAS!  Stay tuned for details on the location and theme for upcoming conference!

Conference: The Dutch-American Involvement in War: U.S. and Abroad

Central College
Pella, Iowa

June 6-8, 2013

Co-hosted by Central College and the Pella Historical Society

The 19th biennial meeting of AADAS will explore historical themes dealing with the contribution of the Dutch to America during times of war and military operations, both in military services and on the home front, beginning with the Civil War and continuing through the Vietnam War.

Program

Wednesday, June 5, Pre-Conference tour of Pella, including the Pella Historical Village, the Vermeer Mill (built in 2002), a guided town tour, and a visit to the Scholte House Museum.

Thursday, June 6 - Saturday June 8, AADAS Conference at Central College.

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U.S. Troops Surrounded by Holiday Mail During WWII

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