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The Co-Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous
Dr. Bob Smith & Bill Wilson
1879-1950 . . . 1898-1971

How the Big Book Was Put Together       Dr. Bob's Home    Talks given by Bill W    AA History Sobriety Calculator

History and Trivia - A Sober Web Site for recovering alcoholics. Questions and answers on AA History and other FUN for members of Alcoholics Anonymous and their friends.   http://www.aahistory.com

Articles written in the Cleveland Plain Dealer Just 5 months after the first AA group was formed in Cleveland.  Check them out!  Great Site!

Ohio-Akron, Ohio - Birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous. Official web site of Akron Intergroup Council of Alcoholics Anonymous http://www.akronaa.org

The Oxford Group & Alcoholics Anonymous

AA Bibliography.com

Time's top 100 Profile -Bill Wilson -The Healer -From the rubble of a wasted life, he overcame alcoholism and founded the 12-step program that has helped millions of others do the same.

The NA History Project - All things related to the growth and development of the fellowship.

First Pamphlet on AA Sponsorship

AA History Site - Eskimo.com

Bill W. Obituary

Bill Wilson & AA everything - Check It out!  

AA cassette tapes to purchase

Index of AA History Pages - How One AA Wife Lives the 12 Steps Lois W. -- AA Grapevine 1953 ... This is the first pamphlet on AA Sponsorship. The Steps Of AA - An Interpretation  -  http://www.barefootsworld.net/aahistory.html 

 

NA HISTORY:  Look at the scrapbook pictures on this one (and other interesting stuff)

 

Dr Silkworth's Writings

 

Sobriety First - Great site, check it out!

Dick B.'s Home Page -Early AA History

Dr. Bob of Alcoholics Anonymous - A book outlining Alcoholics Anonymous and the bible.

A flowchart of AA History.

Dr. Bob's last talk -A transcription of Dr. Bob's last speaking appearance (1950)

In The Beginning -The story of the history of Alcoholics Anonymous begins way before its actual founding.

 

William Griffith Wilson
November 26 1895 - January 24 1971
Born: East Dorset, Vermont

 

 

 

 

Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith
August 8 1879 - November 16 1950
Born: Johnsbury, Vermont

 

 

 

Bill and Lois:  

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This Website was last updated on:  June 16, 2008

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