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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125th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Also known as the Opdycke Tigers; membership is primarily from the Puget Sound Region. Company roster, uniform and equipment requirements, images from past events, history of the unit in 1863-64, and links collection.
6th Fallschirmjaeger Regiment of Washington
WWII reenactors of a German Fallschirmjager or Paratroop squad using original and reproduction weapons, uniforms and equipment. Recommended books, link index, image gallery, Meets in Olympia; affiliated with NWHA. [Media Player optional]
Seattle Knights Medieval Combat
Northwest's medieval combat troupe with excellent equestrian skills, high-energy acting, and choreographed stage combat using real steel weapons. Knights wear a variety of armor, including chainmail, leather, and full plate with weapons including broadswords, axes, and staves. Photo gallery, events schedule.
Washington Civil War Association - WCWA
Organization and its members portray civil and military life in the American Civil War for reenactment events and educational programs throughout the state. Membership information and news, events schedule; based in Arlington.
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