Living history recreation sites
|Recreation Living History|
Recreation living history sites
|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.
|Histrenact - The Historical Reenactment Web Site|
Search engine and directory of the global historical reenactment community. contains links to reenactment societies , trader details and other information for the global reenactment community.
|Ladies of Re-enacting|
Dedicated to the women of living history. information on all eras from the baroque period to the swing era as well as period recipes , sewing projects , and information on etiquette.
|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.
|Reenactor's Webring Index|
An index of webrings specifically of interest to historical reenactors , renaissance fair participants , " living history" museums , sca members , or other historical hobbyists and professionals.
Extensive listing of historical societies , organizations , and associations. articles on reenactment and an events calendar.
|Teen Reenactors and Historians|
Resource for teenagers who enjoy history , or are involved in the hobbies of reenacting or living history. includes information on getting started , faq , image gallery , featured sites , and related links.