Amazon., the world’s largest online retailer, has teamed up with the American Historical Society to create a new website that will allow museum visitors to browse through the rich collection of American history on the company’s website.
The American Historical Association has been working with Amazon to make its collection of books and materials available to museum visitors for the past few years, and this new site will provide the American History Museum with an easier way to find books and related material on Amazon.org.
The new American History website will be accessible by Amazon visitors who have a Kindle reader.
Amazon will make its new website available to American history visitors on March 31.
The American Historical Library in Kansas City, Mo., has been a leading American history research institution for nearly 100 years.
The library is part of the American Museum of Natural History.
Amazon is the second-largest e-commerce company in the world and the fourth-largest online retailer.
The company will also begin offering a Kindle e-reader, a device that allows people to access books and other items online from anywhere in the United States.
Amazon.com’s American History Library will be available through the Amazon.
com website beginning March 31, with additional features available in the future.
For more information about the new American history site, visit amazon.com/history.