Recreation Living History
Living History is the reenactment of times past via the reproduction of daily living and the activities therein - including wars, games, faires, artisans, and first-person interpretations - through historic research, period garb, and the use of an era's common tools and objects. It is used as both a means of educating others and remembering the times in which our ancestors lived.
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Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM)
Organization for those involved in historical reenactment. Membership information, links, glossary and bibliography, employment postings, regional meetings, and board of directors.
The International Living History Fair
One of the UK's primary multi-period market places for re-enactors, historical interpreters and historical enthusiasts across Europe.
Lively Arts History Association (LAHA)
Based in Southern California, LAHA fosters an understanding of history through the performing arts; programs include living history, lectures, concerts and vintage dance.
Everyday village life of 150 years ago is made avid by knowledgeable interpreters demonstrating life in the 19th Century.
A humorous and serious guide to the jargon of historical hobbyists.
Includes listing of historical societies, organizations, and associations. Articles on reenactment and an events calendar.
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