Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Reenacting links of the week

Here are some reenacting links for this week:

Early 20th Century:
Matewan reenactment

World War 1:
Holston Valley Middle School's Davis makes classes a living history adventure

American Civil War:
Battle of Bean Station
Annual Civil War reenactment
Engaging play opens company's new venue
Civil War Reenactment In Jefferson
Unpacking the old stuff
Civil War Day to honor the sacrifice of Adams County families
Battlefield Students
Civil War history a blast

Rendezvous & Western:
Living History
Old West lives again
Bent's Old Fort Offers Living History Lesson

Revolutionary War:
Consider a trip to Westfield for upcoming Victoria Day
Revolutionary War demonstration draws history lovers
Students learn history by re-enacting

Early Colonial:
History seen in myriad disguises

Medieval:
Castle goes back to Norman times

3 comments:

Blue Bellied Yank said...

This is crazy, you have no way of knowing this but I grew up in Sheboygan, WI and my aunt lives on a farm in Sheboygan Falls. My uncle worked for the Kohler Co. until he retired.
I didn't realize the local school was hosting a Civil War day. If only more schools would get involved in living history it would be wonderful!

WufPirate said...

Very cool blog here. I'm hitting the subscribe button to see a reenactment in Raleigh - so keep us posted!

mntineer said...

Welcome WufPirate! Actually, if you're in downtown Raleigh this weekend, there will be a Civil War encampment on the Capitol grounds. Otherwise, I'll keep you up-to-date!

Also - it's nice to see a fellow Caniac! :-)