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Texas Living History Association Conference

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1 Texas Living History Association Conference on Thu Aug 02, 2012 12:05 pm

Texas Has Skills: Living History Best Practices

Texas Living History Association, January 25-27. This year the conference will be held at a site that uses and encourages living history as an interpretive tool, Sam Houston Memorial Museum.

The Texas Living History Association is an organization with an interest in professional
and private living history.

The goal of the association will be to further the field of living history in the state of Texas by providing quality resources to members as well as cultivating and increasing public support.

Living history in the state encompasses forts, farms, home sites, battlegrounds, railroads, baseball fields, camp sites, and court houses and is only limited by our imaginations. All of these venues as well as many others offer the opportunity for interpretation of our heritage. Interpreters, museum staff and private citizens cover many areas of Texas history.

The practice of living history interpretation is nonetheless united in ability to provide genuine and meaningful connections to Texas audiences. TLHA believes that these activities have value and can be enhanced by the creation of an association of re-enactors, interpreters, historians, institutions, and individuals alike.

TLHA's aim is to advance the practice of living history interpretation by hosting annual conferences, organizing workshops, providing networking opportunities, and developing
a certification program for historical interpreters. It will offer training and mentoring opportunities that otherwise do not exist in this state.

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2 Conference registration on Tue Nov 06, 2012 8:12 pm

Conference registration information is available on the TLHA facebook page, the Texas Civil War Civilian Facebook page, or on my website under "workshops" at

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