A.A. History sites


A resource for history, articles and books about AA.

AA-History.com is a privately owned and operated website and has no affiliation with Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or any other outside fellowship.

AA Timeline

The origins of Alcoholics Anonymous can be traced to the Oxford Group, a religious movement popular in the United States and Europe in the early 20th century.


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Dr. Harry Tiebout Papers

Dr. Harry M. Tiebout, a psychiatrist, was an early pioneer in coupling the principles and philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous with psychiatric knowledge of alcoholism.

Big Book “Missing Facts”

An online guide to help you study both the 3rd and 4th editions of the Big Book and help fill in some of the “missing facts”.

Index of AA History Pages

Recollections by individuals involved in AA history as preserved in the written word over the passing years since the beginnings of Alcoholics Anonymous.

West Baltimore Site

A Manual for AA by the King’s School Group – Group #1

Bill W. – Dr. Jung Correspondence

Photo Gallery

A.A.’s First Pamphlet

Mitchell K.s History Site

Indiana University AA History

Dr. Silkworth.net

People in AA History

The Washingtonians

Grapevine Articles re The Washingtonians

The Oxford Group

Oxford Group Pamphlets

Nell Wing