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10 Items Tagged with "living history"
|Advancing Forces on Journey Through Hallowed Ground||
The Union forces advance amid gun powder and smoke at Ball's Bluff Battlefield during the battle's 150th anniversary.
|Copyright © October 22, 2011 Rob Shenk.|
|Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Days at the Dorchester County Visitor Center||
Vernetter Pinder, a Harriet Tubman re-enactor, sings gospel songs to a group of on-lookers at the Dorchester County Visitor Center.
|Men in Costume for a Living History Program||
These men dressed as Civil War soldiers fire off a cannon in a living history program for visitors to Bent's Old Fort.
|Public domain. Photo by Bent's Old Fort National Park Service|
|James Monroe's Ash Lawn-Highland||
Located near Charlottesville, the estate of James Monroe, fifth President of the United States, and his wife Elizabeth, features a sweeping front yard filled with living history enactors.
|Public domain. Photograph courtesy of Ash Lawn-Highland|
|The Annual Homeplace Wedding||
Visitors to the Homeplace are treated to an annual special event, the 1850s Homeplace Wedding, where costumed enactors bring the past to life.
|Public domain. Photograph by Randy Waltrip|
|The Centerpiece of the Homeplace Living History Farm||
Wood fires warm the house as smoke flows from the chimneys of the double-pen 1850s log cabin at the Homeplace Living History Farm.
|Living History at Santa Fe Trail Days||
Reenactments and living history activities are popular forms of entertainment at the Santa Fe Trail Days Festival.
|Public domain. Photo by Wyvonne Phillips|
Built by a flamboyant mine promoter in the early 1900s, Scotty's Castle is open for "living history" tours offered by the Park Service.
|Public domain. Photo from National Park Service|
|Female Participants of a Shepherdstown Living History Event||
Dressed in historical dress, two women and a young girl holding a rag doll pose before a background showing signs of autumn.
|Public domain. Photo Courtesy of Travel Berkeley Springs|
|Living History at Bents Old Fort||
Two visitors talk to an actor portraying a soldier at Bents Old Fort.
|Public domain. Photo by Wyvonne Phillips Graham|