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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- 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.
- 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.
- Museum Village Everyday village life of 150 years ago is made avid by knowledgeable interpreters demonstrating life in the 19th Century.
- Re-Enacting Glossary A humorous and serious guide to the jargon of historical hobbyists.
- Reenactor.net Includes listing of historical societies, organizations, and associations. Articles on reenactment and an events calendar.