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Living History Links
Here are some suggested living history
sites, and some links to living history sites, groups, historical information and lots
more! Have a good time learning about the living history hobby!
These links are offered solely as a courtesy to our web
site visitors, and our customers. We assume no responsibility, or liability, for the
business practices, or products, of companies or organizations linked to our site, either
directly or indirectly. We recommend that you inquire with each company as to their
policies prior to doing business with them, and/or to the by-laws, practices, safety
regulations and membership requirements prior to joining them.
Living History Interest Sites
Dedicated to Living History, Historical (or Period) Trekking, Experimental
Archeology, and Experiential Anthropology, of the 1600 to 1840 time period.
Living History Groups
The North West Territorial Alliance
Revolutionary War era in the mid-west United States
Living History Shows and
The largest, nationally recognized, juried show in the Midwest devoted to
pre-1890 original or reproduction living history supplies, accouterments and
at New Boston
A 1790-1810 trade fair, a leading living history event in the US.
Historical Sites with Living History
[None listed at present.]
Living History Museum Associations
The Association for Living
History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
or ALFHAM, is a professional networking group for sites using living history
The Midwest Open-Air Museums
or MOMCC, is a professional forum for the interchange of information and ideas within
the open air, interactive and historical museum professions