Living History is the reenactment of times past via the reproduction of daily living and the activities therein, including wars, games, faires, artisans, 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. (Thanks to the editors of Recreation/Living History for providing this description.)
1812 Marine Guard
Volunteer division of the outreach and education departments of the USS Constitution Museum Foundation; information on arms, uniforms, and activities.
Barony of Carolingia
Links to its subsidiary Society for Creative Anachronism groups, activity schedule, mailing list, officers, announcements, links to articles by the populace.
First Foot Guards
Historical information of this regiment known as the Grenadier Guards, a redcoat regiment that served in America from 1776.
Scollay Square - Always Something Doing
Boston's Scollay Square lives again in the pages of the Always Something Doing - now in its second edition with new photographs and a foreword by Thomas O'Connor.
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