Always under construction, please suggest links!
Here are links to some of our favorite sites, sites of fellow living historians we work with, and suppliers. If you would like to have your site added to the list, please contact Kent Goff at email@example.com We want to link with all like minded serious living historians, and suppliers who make the best not only for profit, but pride.
www.clearwaterhats.com puts you in contact with the Burtons' and the finest historic hats available.
Living History sites and groups:
American Association of Living History Farms and Museums - they have a great newsletter, but it is definately high-end, east coast oriented. http://www.alhfam.org
Stacy Roth is a similar to MVEP as a living history contracter on the East Coast that is very interested in rigorous research and presentation. www.voicenet.com/~frstprsn/index.htm
16th Century Spanish
Tim Burke is the leader of the original deSoto band in Florida, home base is the NPS de Soto memorial. Tim and his associates have been extremely helpful in getting the MVEP deSoto impression right and has even traveled to Arkansas to join us at an event. He also puts out the best newsletter in re-enacting/living history. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or at his web site http://members.home.net/calderon
16th - 19th Century Spanish
Judy Romero has an outstanding web page on the contribution of Hispanics to American History and a lot of links to like minded pages on living history, history, and culture. If you want information on the overlooked and significant contributions of Hispanics, her page is the first place to look. http://www.neta.com/~1stbooks
Smoke and Fire News is a newspaper type publication that covers 17th to 19th Century Re-enactments and Living History.
The Richard C. Butler Center for Arkansas Studies located at the Main Library at 100 Rock Street in Little Rock is your first stop for primary sources on Arkansas History. Tom Dillard, the director, is an all-around great guy and knows the answer or who knows the answer on your Arkansas history questions. They also have prepared lesson plans for the teaching of Arkansas History and has fellowships for teachers interested in developing further teaching resources for Arkansas History.
www.lapurchase.org is the site celebrating the bicentennial of purchase of the land that became Arkansas. A large number of events are being coordinated at this site, plus plenty of info on the history and resources available.