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Written permission is required to reprint or reproduce material from American Heritage, Invention & Technology, or HORIZON Magazines, or from books published by American Heritage Publishing.


Requests can be made in three ways: 1) through Copyright Clearance Center (see below), 2) by email to licenses [at], or 3) by mail to:


Permissions Manager
American Heritage Publishing Company
PO Box 1488
Rockville, MD 20849


Please include the following information when making a request:


  • Name and author of the article sought for reproduction
  • Volume number, month and year of the issue in which it appeared
  • Number of pages in the article
  • Number of copies you plan to publish
  • Your name, e-mail and phone number
  • Purpose of the reprint (ex. University course packet, textbook, anthology, etc.)


We’ve partnered with Copyright Clearance Center to make it easy to request permissions to reuse American Heritage content. Click on the following links to get started:


Simply follow these step-by-step instructions for magazine articles:

  • After finding the title you’d like, choose “Pay-Per-Use Options”
  • Enter the publication year of the content you’d like to reuse
  • Scroll down the list to find the type of reuse you want to request
  • Select the corresponding bubble and click “Price & Order”
  • Fill out any required information and follow the prompts to acquire the proper permissions to reuse the content that you’d like.


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Copyright Clearance Center
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Phone: +1-(978) 750-8400
Fax: +1-(978) 750-4470

Additional requests can be sent directly to


About Copyright Clearance Center

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