Resources & References: LIVING HISTORY

Living History Information Troop Meetings Main Event

Books
American Cultures, American Heritage, Archery, Basketry, Communication, Cooking, Genealogy, Indian Lore, Leatherwork, Metalwork, Music and Bugling, Pioneering, Pottery, Rifle Shooting, Scouting Heritage, Wood Carving, and Woodwork merit badge pamphlets

Magazines
Skirmish: The Living History Magazine

Websites
Living History Worldwide
Buckskinning.org
Ancient Celtic Clans
The Civil War Reenactors
The Medieval Combat Society
The Society for Creative Anachronism (Medieval)

Related Program Features
Camping, Communication, Cooking, and Project Planning

Photo and Illustration Credits
(Scouts with reenactment actor, BSA file; Shutterstock.com, courtesy: background, ©Sean Locke Photography; Statue of Liberty, ©Luciano Mortula; shield, ©Andrey_Kuzmin), (BSA file), (Shutterstock.com/©Chad Bontrager, courtesy)

Acknowledgments
We are grateful to Steve Sullivan, Vancouver, Washington; Bryan Huffman, Hillsboro, Oregon, Society for Creative Anachronism; and Steve Huffman, Hillsboro, Oregon, for helping to develop the Living History program feature.

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