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.
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.
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]
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.
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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