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The Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums serves those involved in living historical farms, agricultural museums and outdoor museums of history and folklife. Since its founding in 1970, ALHFAM has been at the forefront of the growth and professionalization of the use of living history techniques in museum programs. ALHFAM members and member institutions can be found across the United States and Canada and in many other countries.

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Are you a farmer? No? I’m not either. But I’m often asked that very question by museum colleagues who want to know why I belong to ALHFAM – the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums.

ALHFAM has been around for over 40 years, supporting living history sites, but also providing professional training and support to traditional museums across North America and Europe that do hands-on programming.

Why should you join another professional association? ALHFAMers are renowned for their willingness to share their knowledge, research and skills — and to laugh at the quirks of their daily experiences. The ALHFAM listserv is constantly abuzz with the latest issues and concerns in museum operations.  Publications, conferences, and workshops provide opportunities to network, share information, and meet new friends and consultants.

ALHFAM membership is a good value.  An attraction for many of our institutional members is free and unlimited postings on the alhfam.org publicly accessible employment page, as well as a free link to your museum’s website.  Our website’s primary users are people looking for living history and museum sites to visit in their region. ALHFAM’s conferences and workshops are affordable and provide opportunities to learn specialized skills rarely found in other venues.

ALHFAM represents a diverse group of professionals, from interpreters, tour guides and educators, to curators and conservators, to farmers and administrators.  The next time you or a staff member have a question about a historical skill, restoring a building or developing a new school program and you wonder where to turn for the answer, the answer might just be ALHFAM.  And you don’t have to be a farmer to belong.

For more information, including a list of membership benefits, please explore this website.

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year author title Content Category
1974Bennett, DaleAccreditation Committee ReportALHFAM
1974Wik, Reynold M.Changing Sources and Use of Power on the FarmResearch/Curatorial
1974Cousins, Peter H.Defining the Typical: Documenting Tool and Implement ProgramsAgriculture/Livestock
1974Brown, D. ClaytonFarm Life: Before and After ElectrificationResearch/Curatorial
1974Anderson, Jay A.Foodway Programs at Living Historical FarmsSite Reports
1974Sharrer, G. TerryFoodway Programs: CommentsEducation/Interpretation
1974Hawes, Edward L.Historic Seed Sources and the FutureAgriculture/Livestock
1974Hillman, Raymond W.Holt Hall of AgricultureSite Reports
1974Paloheimo, Y. A.Old Cienega Village Museum -- Rancho de Las GolondrinasSite Reports
1974Kelsey, Darwin P.Past PresidentALHFAM
1974Rasmussen, Wayne D.Power on the Farm: CommentsResearch/Curatorial
1974Hawes, Edward L.Resource Committee ReportALHFAM
1974Welsch, Roger L.Sowbelly and Seedbanks: The Living History Museum as a Process RepositoryLiving History/Museology
1974Christensen, ErnstThe ALHFAM Information Exchange: A Fable for Creators of Living HistoryALHFAM
1974Epp, Allen D.The Aurora ColonySite Reports
1974Anderson, Jay A.The Colonial Pennsylvania PlantationSite Reports
1974Russon, RobbThe Jensen Historical FarmSite Reports
1974Bennett, DaleThe Powell FarmSite Reports
1975Bennett, DaleAccreditation Committee ReportALHFAM
1975Jewell, C. AndrewAgricultural Museum Collections in England: The Museum of English Rural LifeSite Reports
1975Briscoe, Virginia WolfCollections: An Introduction to the TopicResearch/Curatorial
1975Chase, DarylCommentary: FundingAdministration
1975Hawes, Edward L.Commentary: Operating ProgramsLiving History/Museology
1975King, Frank P.Evaluating Farm SitesLiving History/Museology
1975Murray, William G.Financing the Living History Farms: A Personal AccountAdministration
1975Jacobeit, WilhelmMuseums and the Realities of Peasant Life (Abstract)Living History/Museology
1975Schlebecker, John T.Past PresidentALHFAM
1975Hawes, Edward L.Resource Committee ReportALHFAM
1975Vourax, MyronThe Conner Prairie ConceptLiving History/Museology
1975Cochrane, DonaldThe History and Development of the Loyalist Farm at Upper Canada VillageLiving History/Museology
1975Hawes, Edward L.The Living Historical Farm in North America: New Directions in Research and InterpretationLiving History/Museology
1975Frediani, G. and Baldacci, E.The Present and Future of Agricultural and Ethnographic Museums in Italy (Abstract)Living History/Museology
1975Higgs, J.W.Y.The Role of Agricultural Museums in the Advanced and Developing Countries (Abstract)Living History/Museology
1976Cousins, Peter H.Agricultural Museums and Their IdentitiesLiving History/Museology
1976Schlebecker, John T.Eighteenth Century Living Historical Farms: A Search For IdentityResearch/Curatorial
1976Loomis, OrmondFolklife MuseumsLiving History/Museology
1976Barkoskie, JamesHealth, Safety and InsuranceAdministration
1976Briscoe, Virginia WolfLiving Historical FarmsLiving History/Museology
1976Marshall, Howard W.Material Culture and the MuseumResearch/Curatorial
1976N/AMuseums and Their IdentityALHFAM
1976Kley, RonNorlands: A Case Study of Small-Scale Funding for a Living History OperationAdministration
1976Anderson, JayOn the Horns of a Dilemma: Identity, Museum Funding, and Administration at Colonial Pennsylvania PlantationAdministration
1976Fullam, W. RossOn-Site IdentityALHFAM
1976Chase, DarylPast President's Address: Keeping Living Historical Farms Alive and Their Methods of Teaching Innovative and CreativeALHFAM
1976Hawes, Edward L.Resource Committee ReportALHFAM
1976Hawes, Edward and Elizabeth WeirThe Historical Landscape: Recovery Through ResearchResearch/Curatorial
1977Kley, RonAccreditation Committee ReportALHFAM
1977Sharrer, G. TerryAgricultural Museums in Developing CountriesLiving History/Museology
1977Christensen, Ernst T.Past President's Address: The Whole is More than the Sum of its PartsALHFAM
1977Brown, T. A.The Agricultural Curator's Role in Developing and Maintaining Effective Interpretive ProgramsEducation/Interpretation
1978-79-80Becker, RobertA Search for 18th and 19th Century Vegetable VarietiesAgriculture/Livestock
1978-79-80Kley, RonAccreditation ReportALHFAM
1978-79-80Kley, RonALHFAM Anniversary Song, 1980ALHFAM
1978-79-80Alderson, G. L. H.Conservation of Animal Genetic ResourcesAgriculture/Livestock
1978-79-80Hawes, Edward L.Editor's NoteALHFAM
1978-79-80Pocius, GeraldFolk Culture Research, Ethnographic Analogy and the MuseumResearch/Curatorial
1978-79-80Parvis, PaulHistorical Clothing Selected BibliographyResearch/Curatorial
1978-79-80Hall, CharlesHow to Write a Successful Grant ProposalAdministration
1978-79-80Kley, RonIntroduction to ALHFAM Accreditation GuidelinesALHFAM
1978-79-80Wheeler, TimothyLiving History To Go, the Short Order InterpreterEducation/Interpretation
1978-79-80Kley, RonLiving? Historical? Farms? or Museums?Living History/Museology
1978-79-80Oaks, NoraNEH Grants for Museums and Historical OrganizationsAdministration
1978-79-80Rasmussen, WaynePast President's Address: 1978ALHFAM
1978-79-80Bennett, DalePast President's Address: 1979ALHFAM
1978-79-80Lewis, StevePast President's Address: 1980ALHFAM
1978-79-80Graham, JoAnnPlanning and OrganizationLiving History/Museology
1978-79-80Hawes, Edward L.Planning Living History Programs and FacilitiesLiving History/Museology
1978-79-80Barkoskie, JamesReport from ALHFAM Committee on OSHAALHFAM
1978-79-80Hawes, Edward L.Resource Committee ReportALHFAM
1978-79-80Resources for the Resource CentersLiving History/Museology
1978-79-80Hall, PattySkeletal Listing of Folklore Agencies and Institutional Resources Providing Possible Assistance to Living History FarmsAdministration
1978-79-80Kley, RonTaking Stock of What You Have, and Planning for the FutureLiving History/Museology
1978-79-80Alderson, G. L. H.The Rare Breeds Movement in BritainAgriculture/Livestock
1978-79-80Parvis, PaulWorkshop on Historical ClothingResearch/Curatorial
1981George, GeraldAccountability--The Museum ChallengeLiving History/Museology
1981Russon, RobbAddressing Social History Concerns Through Interpretive MediaEducation/Interpretation
1981Fite, Gilbert C.An Agricultural Overview of the Upper SouthResearch/Curatorial
1981Bennett, DaleInsect and Pest ControlAgriculture/Livestock
1981Murray, William G.Making Friends for Making FundsAdministration
1981Olgive, CharlesOverview of Western Kentucky and TennesseeResearch/Curatorial
1981Hawes, Edward L.Past President's AddressALHFAM
1981Adams, George Rollie and Patricia A. HallPlanning and Conducting Workshops and SeminarsEducation/Interpretation
1981Willett, MartyPsychic Research for Historical DocumentationResearch/Curatorial
1981Montell, LynwoodSocial History and Today's MuseumLiving History/Museology
1981Cole, DougVisitor Orientation -- Need and EffectivenessEducation/Interpretation
1981Carpenter, James C. et al.Why a Living History MuseumLiving History/Museology
1982Cole, Doug1982 Annual Conference ReportALHFAM
1982Lewis, SteveAuthenticity vs. PracticalityResearch/Curatorial
1982Baker, AndyBreeds and SeedsAgriculture/Livestock
1982Konrad, VictorCanadian/American Traditions of Barn ArchitectureResearch/Curatorial
1982Schwenke, Ester and Juliane MontgomeryComputer Applications to Bibliographic SearchesResearch/Curatorial
1982Hawes, EdwardCrucial Bridges: Connecting Research and Interpretation, Concept and FactResearch/Curatorial
1982Hunt, KarenElectro-Magnetic Photo-Fields: A Key to Research on Early FarmsteadsResearch/Curatorial
1982Smith, DonExhibit Design: Placing the Object in ContextLiving History/Museology
1982Rickards, JeremyKeynote: Developing New Resources -- The Fuel to New HorizonsALHFAM
1982Duncan, DorothyLet the Artifact Speak!Research/Curatorial
1982Schneider, MarcPaint ResearchResearch/Curatorial
1982Paloheimo, GeorgePlanning for DisasterAdministration
1982Hallam, RobertaPlanning Your Volunteer Program--The Total ApproachAdministration
1982Brown, TomPast President's Address: Different Critters in the Same YokeALHFAM
1982Dickson, AlexPublic SpeakingEducation/Interpretation
1982Alm, JanWhat You Gonna Do If You Can't Dance and It's Too Wet to PloughEducation/Interpretation
1983Reilly, JohnAn Old World Wisconsin Workshop: Planning Museum ServicesAdministration
1983Larson, John LauritzAre Regions Really Real?Research/Curatorial
1983Stokes, Samuel N.Beyond the Boundaries: Rural Preservation and the Outdoor MuseumLiving History/Museology
1983Whitaker, James W.Can Agricultural History Really Be Told in a Museum?Living History/Museology
1983Loomis, Ormond H.Cultural Intangibles: What Should We Do with Them?Research/Curatorial
1983Hawes, EdwardDiscovering the Broadwells and Their Inn (Clayville, IL)Research/Curatorial
1983Whitaker, James W. and Ron WestphalExamples of Sources for Agricultural History (Appendix)Research/Curatorial
1983Meyerdierks, JudyExhibits for Living History Museums Part I: Interactive Exhibits, the Necessary ApproachLiving History/Museology
1983Teubert, RichardExhibits for Living History Museums Part II: Visual Communication Theory and its ApplicationsLiving History/Museology
1983Ronnstedt, BeritGiving the Future its History: Documenting Rural Life in Sweden TodayResearch/Curatorial
1983Roosenberg, RichardHistorical Farming and the Developing World: Our Past Can Serve AgainAgriculture/Livestock
1983Engler, WendyLivestock Management and Interpretation Survey, June 1983, Summary (Appendix)Agriculture/Livestock
1983Engler, WendyLiving with Livestock: A Primer on Livestock Program Planning and ImplementationAgriculture/Livestock
1983Willoughby, Shirley and Ellen Schaller PenwellMaking New Cloth Interpret the Old: Reproducing Textiles in Living Museum Interpretive ProgramsEducation/Interpretation
1983Leichtle, Kurt E.Market Garden Farmers in Ramsey County, Minnesota: 1860-1870Agriculture/Livestock
1983Miller, JamesMarket Gardening in Ramsey County, Minnesota, 1860-1870: A Von Thunian AnalysisAgriculture/Livestock
1983Brown, TomPast President's Address: ProgressALHFAM
1983Hawes, EdwardPioneer Inns and Historical Realities: Research and its Applications at Four Museums, IntroductionResearch/Curatorial
1983Ronnstedt, BeritSkansen and Oviken: Preserving Regional Culture in SwedenSite Reports
1983Braden, DonnaThe Eagle Tavern Project: Research in Progress (Greenfield Village, MI)Research/Curatorial
1983Perkins, Martin C.The Four Mile House: A Village Hotel in Transition (Old World Wisconsin)Research/Curatorial
1983Woods, TomThe Seeds of Historic AgricultureAgriculture/Livestock
1983Donath, DavidThe Wade House: Research and Revision, 1981-82 (Greenbush, WI)Research/Curatorial
1983Tramposch, William J.Training Interpreters: New Perspectives from Williamsburg Part I--Concepts and ObjectivesEducation/Interpretation
1983Caramia, JohnTraining Interpreters: New Perspectives from Williamsburg Part II--The Education Program for InterpretersEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Kley, RonALHFAM, We Are ALHFAM (1985 Version)ALHFAM
1984-85Whealy, KentThe Garden Seed Inventory and the Seed Savers ExchangeAgriculture/Livestock
1984-85Vanderstel, David G.A Behavioral Approach to Living History: The Search for Community in the PastResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Woolley, CharlesA Community Needs Approach to Museum ProgramsEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Brown, Tom and George NicholsonAcquisition for Restoration of Appropriate Machinery for Living Historical SitesResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Schlebecker, John T.ALHFAM International: A Statistical Summary, 1975-87ALHFAM
1984-85Blumenfeld, Alan, Katherine James and Joshua KartonApplied Theatre TechniquesEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Haines, Prudence, Ron Kley and Bill ReidChoosing Your Method: Strengths and Weaknesses of Interpretive TechniquesEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Priest, BenCreative Dramatics for Visitors at a Living Historical SiteEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Vance, TomDeveloping a First Person Program at a Small SiteEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Armstrong, Sharon, Marcie Cohen and Norm WilsonDo Visitors and Fish Smell After Three Days? (The Museum Live-In)Education/Interpretation
1984-85Armstrong, Sharon and Nancy MarkhamEducational Programs: Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor PerformanceEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Hunt, KarenElectro-Magnetic Photo-Fields: Archaeology Without a ShovelResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Eastman, SteveFarming in the CityAgriculture/Livestock
1984-85Gangwere, Susan et al.Hands-On History: A Variety of ApproachesEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Randolph, Wayne and Tom WoodsHistorical Farming 101: Turning Plans Into ActionAgriculture/Livestock
1984-85Reid, BillHistorical Farming 303 (Session Summary)Agriculture/Livestock
1984-85Jordan, Louann C.Improving Your Museum Publication ProgramAdministration
1984-85Hanson, Susan AthertonIn Perfect Order: Changing Spaces in Rural Kitchens, 1850-1930Research/Curatorial
1984-85Haines, Prudence ProctorInterpreting Historic Technology for the Museum Visitor at HagleyEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Randolph, WayneIntroductory Tips for the Beginning Historical FarmerAgriculture/Livestock
1984-85Merrell, EdKeeping Staff Alive and Well, Part I: Some Personnel Management GuidelinesAdministration
1984-85Reiss, JimKeeping Staff Alive and Well, Part II: Performance AppraisalsAdministration
1984-85O'Toole, DennisKeynote (1985)ALHFAM
1984-85Borneman, WalterLegal Aspects of Visitor Comfort and SafetyAdministration
1984-85Stanford, Karin B.Living History at Historic St. Mary's City (Session Summary)Site Reports
1984-85Smith, DudleyMake Your Museum Store a SuccessAdministration
1984-85Matelic, Candace T.Not Message But Method: Interpretive Training Exercises Focusing on Communication Skills (Session Summary)Education/Interpretation
1984-85Kley, RonPast President's Address (1984)ALHFAM
1984-85Campbell, Nancy C.Past President's Address: Work is Sufficient: The Harvest is Enough (1985)ALHFAM
1984-85Cohen, MarciePre-Industrial Economy in MaineResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Fowler, CaryPreserving Historic Crop VarietiesAgriculture/Livestock
1984-85Steckel, RichardRaising Funds for MuseumsAdministration
1984-85Reid, Bill and Ron KleyReplicas, Facsimiles, Analogs, Fakes . . . And Other Stand-Ins for Authentic Historical ArtifactsResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Matelic, Candace, Patricia Sadler, Marty PerkinsResearch for Interpretation: Translating Research Into Written MaterialsEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Becker, Robert F.Researching a Period Kitchen GardenResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Shaw, TomResearching Common ClothingResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Braden, DonnaRural Kitchens: Stuff (Session Summary)Research/Curatorial
1984-85Hawes, Edward L.The Axe and the Pot: A Workshop on Hidden Messages in MuseumsLiving History/Museology
1984-85Mitchell, RickThe George H. Cook Collection of Agricultural and Scientific PhotographsResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Kley, RonThe Right Stuff: Real or Replica (Session Summary)Research/Curatorial
1984-85Woods, TomThe Seeds of Historic Agriculture (Session Introduction)Agriculture/Livestock
1984-85Waldbauer, Richard C.The Transformation of a Rural Ideal: Farm Strategies and Failed PracticeResearch/Curatorial
1984-85Oliver, SandraThe Zen of Interpretation: Finding and Maintaining Centered InterpretersEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Merrell, EdTransmutation: Managing Toward Excellence (Session Summary)Education/Interpretation
1984-85Nickerson, AnnUncovering OekonomieEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Rickey, Nan and Jerry ShapinsVisitor Comfort, Safety, and Access at a Living History SiteAdministration
1984-85Hunt, Harrison and Kathryn BoardmanWe Won't Go Home 'Til Morning: Planning Historic Music and Dance ProgramsEducation/Interpretation
1984-85Arnold, SamWestern FoodwaysResearch/Curatorial
1986Belluscio, LynneInnocent Recreation and the Agricultural Fair: Elkanah Watson's LegacyAgriculture/Livestock
1986Heald, Candace LeeA Qualitative Evaluation of Field Trip Program VisitationEducation/Interpretation
1986Clubb, Warren A.A Research Tool: A Collection of Agricultural Machinery Catalogues at the Saskatchewan Western Development MuseumsResearch/Curatorial
1986Sharrer, G. TerryClosing Address: Living Historical Farms: A History of the FutureALHFAM
1986Hiltz, AllanCoopering and the Apple Barrel Industry at Ross FarmResearch/Curatorial
1986Vrugtman, InaDocumenting Ornamental Horticulture in Canada: The Centre for Canadian Historical Horticultural StudiesResearch/Curatorial
1986Irwin, R. W.Energy Economics, Man, and Machines: Change Through Agricultural TechnologyResearch/Curatorial
1986Benz, BobHow Firm Are Our Foundations? Preserving Open-Air Museum Demonstrations of 19th Century Agricultural and Milling . . .Research/Curatorial
1986Wohler, PatrickIn-House Training Programs: Writing Learning ObjectivesAdministration
1986Dillon, Clarissa F.Is There a Doctor in the House? No.Research/Curatorial
1986Skeoch, AlanMaking History Popular: Using the Radio WavesEducation/Interpretation
1986Hawes, Edward L. and Becky KoulourisMaking the Past Real: Planning Programs on the Historical Community for Consenting AdultsEducation/Interpretation
1986Cain, EmilyMerchant Traffic on Lake Ontario, 1801-1812: The Hamilton-Scourge ProjectResearch/Curatorial
1986Harrington, Thomas F.Methods and Strategies for the Ongoing Maintenance of Farm ArtifactsResearch/Curatorial
1986Altman, Saundra RosMid-Nineteenth Century Stays: Notes on History and ConstructionResearch/Curatorial
1986Kunst, ScottMidwestern Home Landscapes, 1800-1930: Research GuidelinesResearch/Curatorial
1986Tolton, W. G.Mrs. Potter's Wax Works: An Unusual Collection of Fruit and Vegetable ModelsAgriculture/Livestock
1986Hein, George E.Museum Evaluation: General RemarksLiving History/Museology
1986Haines, Prudence ProctorMuseum Staff TrainingAdministration
1986Hutchinson, AleckOld Apple Varieties of Ontario: A Living HeritageAgriculture/Livestock
1986Matelic, Candace T.Past President's Address: Sweet 16 and Kissed AplentyALHFAM
1986Pulliam, DeborahPeriod Clothing Guidelines and Source List for Small Museums, Reconstructions, and Historic SitesResearch/Curatorial
1986Hughes, JeannePreparing the Visitor for the Museum Experience: At Black Creek Pioneer VillageEducation/Interpretation
1986Armstrong, SharonPreparing the Visitor for the Museum Experience: At Sainte-Marie Among the HuronsEducation/Interpretation
1986Patterson, JohnProgram Evaluation at Conner PrairieEducation/Interpretation
1986Merrell, EdProgram Evaluation Through Staff and VisitorsEducation/Interpretation
1986Jensen, JudyReplaying the Past: The Museum as a Play SettingEducation/Interpretation
1986Nicholson, GeorgeReproducing a Delano RakeResearch/Curatorial
1986Kley, RonReproduction Can Be Fun: The Creation and Use of Replica ArtifactsResearch/Curatorial
1986Bell, IanSound Reconstructions: A Personal View of Music Presentations In Living History SettingsEducation/Interpretation
1986Woods, Thomas A.The Importance of Crop Varieties in Living History: A Short History of King Philip CornAgriculture/Livestock
1986Colwell, WayneThe Reproduction and Use of Packaging at Historic SitesResearch/Curatorial
1986Duncan, DorothyThe Training of Museum WorkersAdministration
1986Crawford, PleasanceTree Planting Patterns: Examples from Nineteenth-Century OntarioAgriculture/Livestock
1986Matthews, Ann M.Why We Decided Not to Demonstrate Process at Watkins Woolen MillResearch/Curatorial
1987Hanson, Susan AthertonHome Sweet Home at Meadow Farm: How Dissertation Research Became the Basis for Interpretive Programming at a Living Historical FarmResearch/Curatorial
1987Randolph, WayneAmerican Agricultural Tool NomenclatureResearch/Curatorial
1987Goody, RabbitAn Anthropologist's Perspective on Domestic InterpretationLiving History/Museology
1987Woods, Thomas A.Beyond Color and Motion at Museums: Inductive Methods and Conceptual Interpretive ObjectivesEducation/Interpretation
1987Alesch, RichardBoxley Valley Project at Buffalo National RiverSite Reports
1987Kilsdonk, BettyIs Process Demonstration Historically Credible?Living History/Museology
1987Leone, Mark P.Keynote: Sketch of a Theory for Outdoor History MuseumsALHFAM
1987Fortier, JohnKeynote: The Dilemmas of Living HistoryALHFAM
1987Hitz, ElizabethThe Continuing Effort (Perhaps Futile) to Bridge the Museum and the AcademyLiving History/Museology
1987Reid, DebraThe Hills and Dales of Historic Sites and Open Air Museums: Re-creating, Restoring, and Preserving the Historical LandscapeAgriculture/Livestock
1987Reitz, TomThe Peter Martin Farm: Restoration in ProgressSite Reports
1987Porter, GlennThe Use of Scholarship in ExhibitionsLiving History/Museology
1987Murray, William G.Walking Through Farm History -- An UpdateSite Reports
1987Heald, Candace Lee and Marcie CohenWinter Workshops: A Child's View of the 17th CenturyEducation/Interpretation
1988Braden, DonnaGames People Play: A Survey of Indoor AmusementsResearch/Curatorial
1988Bennett, SusanWithout a Museum of Specimens, His Knowledge is Excluxively [sic] Theoretical . . . A History of the Ontario Agricultural MuseumSite Reports
1988Kley, RonComputers Down on the FarmAdministration
1988Heald, Candace LeeExhibit Review of A Catalyst for Change: The Impact of Industrialization on Carriage Making in AmericaLiving History/Museology
1988Cohen, MarcieFarmer-Tradesman? Using Journals for Layered InterpretationResearch/Curatorial
1988Sharrer, G. TerryGlowing Tobacco and Milking Mice: Genetics in the History of AgricultureAgriculture/Livestock
1988Ogden, Oliver J.Hats of FeltResearch/Curatorial
1988Riznik, BarnesKeynote: Changing Perspectives on the Preservation and Interpretation of Agricultural History and Rural LifeALHFAM
1988Lasansky, JeanetteKeynote: Were Blacksmiths Really Muscle-Bound, Were Basketmakers Really Gypsies? Myth and Reality in the Craft TraditionALHFAM
1988Tarasoff, TamaraMore than Manure: Artificial Fertilizers in Ontario About 1881Agriculture/Livestock
1988Bond, HallieMuseums on the Road: The Adirondack Museum's ParkmobileSite Reports
1988Reid, BillPast President's Address: The String that Binds Us TogetherALHFAM
1988Reid, DebraPolishing a Gem: Refining the Interpretive Plan for The Farmers' MuseumEducation/Interpretation
1988Hunt, Harrison deF.Researching a Site: The Revised Powell House Interpretation Plan at Old Bethpage Village RestorationResearch/Curatorial
1988Smith, HeatherSheep Ranching in Alberta, 1877 to 1914Agriculture/Livestock
1988Westphal, RonaldSome Background Information on Re-enactors and Re-enactment OrganizationsLiving History/Museology
1988Dunnigan, Brian LeighSpecial Events and Their Impact on Museums: Hosting Military Re-enactment Groups at Old Fort NiagaraLiving History/Museology
1988Yellis, KenSpecial Events and Their Impact on Museums: The Eleven Commandments of Public ProgramsEducation/Interpretation
1988Randolph, WayneThe Bar Share Plow in VirginiaResearch/Curatorial
1988Hanson, Susan AthertonThe Pitfalls of Dealing with Re-enactorsLiving History/Museology
1988Goody, Rabbit and Peter JensenTradesman-Farmer? Using Account Books for Interpreting Economics in Living HistoryResearch/Curatorial
1988Shaw, TomUtilizing Living History Hobby ResourcesLiving History/Museology
1989Van West, CarrollCentury Farms Programs as Documentary Sources in Agricultural HistoryResearch/Curatorial
1989Donath, David A.Folklore, Folklife, and the New Rural History: The Billings Farm and MuseumLiving History/Museology
1989Baker, Andrew H.To Find a Market for His Produce: The Evolution of Farming in Early Nineteenth Century Worcester County, MassachusettsResearch/Curatorial
1989Scarpino, Philip V.Academic Historians and Museum Professionals: Bringing the Past to the PresentResearch/Curatorial
1989Skougaard, Mette and Jesper H. NielsenChanging Concepts of an Open-Air Museum, 1897-1989Living History/Museology
1989Aaraas, OlavContemporary Documentation at De Heigergske Samlinger--Sogn Folkemuseum in NorwayResearch/Curatorial
1989Vanderstel, DavidDeath, Racism, and Intemperance: A Social Historian's Perspective on Living History and the Interrelation of Controversial IssuesLiving History/Museology
1989White, ChristieDocumenting and Interpreting Early Nineteenth Century Rural Gardens at Old Sturbridge VillageResearch/Curatorial
1989Senton, LydiaDoes a European-American Have Credibility Interpreting African-American History?Education/Interpretation
1989Payne, JudithDressed to FarmResearch/Curatorial
1989Boardman, KathrynFatal Ailments, Shocking Accidents, and Narrow Escapes: Historic Health and Safety Threats to Artisans and FarmersAdministration
1989Shine, Carolyn R.From Linsey Woolsey to Black SatinResearch/Curatorial
1989Jeppesen, Torben GrongaardFunen Village Open-Air Museum and Its Work in the Region of the Island of FunenSite Reports
1989Brigham, Helen Case and Arthur P. BrighamGetting Help from Unexpected PlacesResearch/Curatorial
1989Heald, Candace Lee and Candace MatelicGuidelines for Reviewing Public Programs in History MuseumsAdministration
1989Thomt, TorillHallingdal Folkemuseum: The Third Generation, Old Traditions, and New IdeasSite Reports
1989Follin, MikeHistorical Mindset: Interpreting the EssenceEducation/Interpretation
1989Beeman, Ardis G.Historical Mindset: Its Development and ApplicationEducation/Interpretation
1989Kehr, Janet R.Historical Mindset: To Be What You Were ThenEducation/Interpretation
1989Peterson, DavidHistory, Pseudo-History, and Living HistoryEducation/Interpretation
1989Tice, PatriciaIn Praise of CoffeeResearch/Curatorial
1989Mastromarino, Mark A.Interpreting Early American Agricultural Fairs: Challenges and Opportunities for Living Historical FarmsLiving History/Museology
1989Jensen, Joan M.Keynote: Museums and the New Rural History: What's in a Butter ChurnALHFAM
1989Schroeder, Fred E. H.Life-styles: Interpreting Social History through Decorative ArtsResearch/Curatorial
1989Bixby, DonaldLivestock Breeds in Recent History: 1940s to the PresentAgriculture/Livestock
1989Gormsen, GudrunLiving Historical Activities at the Open-Air Museum at Hjerl HedeSite Reports
1989Lerche, GrithLiving Historical Farms as Centers for the Documentation of Working Processes in Farming and Traditional CraftsmanshipResearch/Curatorial
1989Reitz, TomMaking and Utilizing Reproductions: Reproductions in RetrospectResearch/Curatorial
1989Gormsen, GudrunMan and Environment: Ecological Experiments--A New Trend at the Open-Air Museum at Hjerl HedeLiving History/Museology
1989Vensild, HenrikMelstedgard: A New Agricultural Living History Museum at BornholmSite Reports
1989Summers, ReeceMilch Cows in Cache Valley: Socioeconomic Goals of Mormonism and the Evolution from Subsistence to Commercial AgricultureAgriculture/Livestock
1989Ellis, Rex M.Museums and Race: A Case Study at Colonial WilliamsburgLiving History/Museology
1989Hatch, PeterMy Head and My Heart: Thomas Jefferson's Gardens at MonticelloResearch/Curatorial
1989Yellis, KenNot Time Machines, But Real Time: Living History at Plimoth PlantationEducation/Interpretation
1989Elfstrom, Gunnar and Gamla LinkopingOld Linkoping and Other Scandinavian Town QuartersSite Reports
1989Dillon, Clarissa F.Ordering an Eighteenth Century Kitchen GardenResearch/Curatorial
1989Randolph, WaynePast President's Address: What's New? We Know What's Old, or The Future of American AgricultureALHFAM
1989Ronnestad, BirgittaProduction of Folk Costumes as part of Cultural EducationSite Reports
1989Sanders, TomReproductions: An Early Nineteenth Century Apprenticeship in the Twentieth CenturyResearch/Curatorial
1989Neth, MaryRural Community Life and the Restructuring of American Agriculture in the Midwest, 1900-1940Research/Curatorial
1989Ledwith, PeterRural Women: Labour and LeisureResearch/Curatorial
1989Kley, Ron and Jane RadcliffeSome Very Basic Questions and Answers about ComputersAdministration
1989Brady, PeteThe Big Government Agency Grant: A Pot of Gold or a Waste of Time?Administration
1989Pietersma, HarryThe Development and Interpretation of Loucks Garden, Upper Canada VillageResearch/Curatorial
1989Hanson, Susan AthertonThe General Store as Instrument of Social and Economic Change: The Upper South, 1865-1925Research/Curatorial
1989Leichtle, Kurt E.The Gibson Girl on the Farm? The View of the Role of Women in Popular Farm Literature at the Turn of the Twentieth CenturyResearch/Curatorial
1989Skinner, John L.The Narrowing of Poultry's Genetic BaseAgriculture/Livestock
1989Cardinal, Eric J.The New Rural History and Collections Policies in the Smaller MuseumResearch/Curatorial
1989Biornstad, ArneThe Skansen CentenarySite Reports
1989Scott, DeborahTier Levels and Collections Management: Adapting Traditional Museum Approaches for Historic Site UseResearch/Curatorial
1989Schlichting, CarlTiering Collections: From a Conservative Point of ViewResearch/Curatorial
1989Wade, Karen GrahamTraveling with Kids is Fun When It's a Journey through TimeEducation/Interpretation
1990Hall, CarolIt's Too Hot! -- Enforcing a Clothing Policy with a Paid, Year-Round StaffEducation/Interpretation
1990Graf, John F.It's Too Hot! -- The Clothing Policy for VolunteersEducation/Interpretation
1990White, WilliamA Grand Marketing Scheme: Promoting Educational Values Outside the Museum SettingEducation/Interpretation
1990Merrell, EdAccess to Museums: Opening the Doors in the '80s, Leading to New Vistas in the '90sAdministration
1990White, EricAccess to Old Sturbridge Village for Visitors with a Disability: Past, Present and FutureAdministration
1990Suber, William O.Accessibility Throughout Colonial WilliamsburgAdministration
1990Klingender, FranzAll the Bells and WhistlesResearch/Curatorial
1990Campbell, S. LynnAn Ontario Hybrid: The Ontario Agricultural MuseumSite Reports
1990Brink, RobertBuilding Professionalism Among Your Education VolunteersEducation/Interpretation
1990Pinkerton, John BoyleCanadian Living History: Traditional or Revisionist? A Survey SummaryLiving History/Museology
1990Brown, TomCollections Use in Living HistoryResearch/Curatorial
1990Woods, Thomas A.Criteria for Reviewing Historic Sites: A Pilot Review of the Minnesota Historical Society's Program at the Forest History CenterLiving History/Museology
1990Yellis, KenDying Interstate: World View and Living History at Plimoth PlantationLiving History/Museology
1990Cohen, Marcie, Judy Coggin and Cynthia GiguereElderhostel and ALHFAM: Facing the Baby Boom TogetherEducation/Interpretation
1990Hipsley, Wayne G.Establishing the Education Network for AgricultureEducation/Interpretation
1990Coons, Valerie J.Facility and Program Access at Winterthur Museum and GardensAdministration
1990Caplanson, StaciaFrom Concept to Interpretive Reality: Developing the Strawbraiding Program at Old Sturbridge VillageEducation/Interpretation
1990Becker, RobertGardening for Profit: Supplying America's Cities with Vegetables Prior to 1900Agriculture/Livestock
1990Scott, DeborahHistoric Site Collections: An Endangered, Soon-To-Be-Extinct Species?Research/Curatorial
1990Lucas, SusanIf It's Not Immoral, Illegal or Won't Damage the Site, Try It!: Creative Fund Raising for Small Historic SitesAdministration
1990Baker, TomIn Search of the Original Cracker: Some Options for Breed Research in FloridaAgriculture/Livestock
1990Stacier, JohnInterpretation at Hanford Mills MuseumEducation/Interpretation
1990Gibson, Terry M.Interpreting the Gaze: Museum Exhibition of Hollywood's Rural AmericaResearch/Curatorial
1990Atwood, KarenKeeping Your Education Department Alive in Times of Economic StressEducation/Interpretation
1990Baker, JamesKeynote Response: Looking Back -- Looking Around -- Looking AheadALHFAM
1990Piatt, MargaretKeynote Response: How the Grasshopper Sprang from the Soil And Hopped Into the 21st CenturyALHFAM
1990George, Alberta SeboltKeynote: Managing for the FutureALHFAM
1990Lowenthal, DavidKeynote: The Dying Future -- The Living Past?ALHFAM
1990Sharrer, G. TerryLooking Back (Introduction)ALHFAM
1990Baker, EdwardMystic Seaport's Response to Recent Economic Stress: Mission Driven or Bottom-Line Driven, It Doesn't Have to be One or the OtherAdministration
1990Webster, Nancy V.Networking Small Sites, Or What To Do If You're Not WinterthurAdministration
1990Westphal, Ronald M.Past President's Address: A Seed Once PlantedALHFAM
1990Mattson, JamesPlanting Minnesota: 19th Century Field CropsAgriculture/Livestock
1990Shaw, TomProducing Clothing Reproductions for ExhibitionResearch/Curatorial
1990Klingender, FranzProject Methodology for Curatorial Furnishing: Ukrainian Cultural Heritage VillageResearch/Curatorial
1990Baker, Patricia T.Replicating Garments for Demonstration: The Process as ExhibitEducation/Interpretation
1990Musgrove, JimmyResearching, Interpreting and Preserving Field Crops at the National Colonial FarmAgriculture/Livestock
1990Szypulski, Margaret and Ed MerrellSexual Harassment in the Museum Setting: A Problem Faced and EliminatedAdministration
1990Bell, IanSkeletons in the Closet: Choosing a Past for Our Sensitive PresentLiving History/Museology
1990Kelleher, TomSome Thoughts On Interpreting the Technology of Historic MillsEducation/Interpretation
1990Ware, Mark D.Spotza, Keelers and Stirred Sugar: The Maple Sugar Industry of Southwestern PennsylvaniaResearch/Curatorial
1990Coyne, PatrickStocking Livestock: Breed Research on Historic FarmsAgriculture/Livestock
1990Campbell, S. LynnT. T. Sallows: Rural Landscape and Portrait PhotographerResearch/Curatorial
1990Oliver, SandraTaking Foodways Programs SeriouslyEducation/Interpretation
1990Bixby, DonaldThe American Minor Breeds Conservancy and the Conservation of Rare BreedsAgriculture/Livestock
1990Kley, Ron and Jane RadcliffeThe Benevolent (?) Dictatorship of Standards: Recording Museum Collection DataResearch/Curatorial
1990Hanson, Susan AthertonThe Flip Side: Using Popularizers Within the Museum Site ContextEducation/Interpretation
1990Conroy, DrewThe Future of Draft Animals on Historic FarmsAgriculture/Livestock
1990Baker, Andrew and Frank WhiteThe Impact of Changing Plow Technologies in Rural New England in the Early 19th CenturyAgriculture/Livestock
1990Brown, TomThe Impact of New Agricultural Technology on Rural Societies: An Interpretive ChallengeAgriculture/Livestock
1990Krucoff, CarolThe Junior Interpreter Program at Naper SettlementEducation/Interpretation
1990Masury, Anne M.The Mary Rider Garden at Strawberry Banke MuseumAgriculture/Livestock
1990Klingender, FranzTiering Agricultural Machinery Collections: A Canadian PhilosophyResearch/Curatorial
1990Summers, John EdwardTruth is Stranger than Interpretation, Or, Some Thoughts on Research and Historic KitchensEducation/Interpretation
1990Randolph, WayneUsing New Tools to Practice Old SkillsEducation/Interpretation
1990Chatfield, LindaVolunteers and the Newark Valley Historical SocietyAdministration
1990Lewis, DollyWhat To Do if You're Not Winterthur: Starting and Maintaining an Effective Volunteer ProgramAdministration
1990Kemp, JohnWorld View and the InterpreterEducation/Interpretation
1990Baker, JamesWorld View at Plimoth Plantation: History and TheoryLiving History/Museology
1991Zopes, PeterA Visit from Them: Preparing Your Site for a Visit from the Animal Rights MovementAgriculture/Livestock
1991Huculak, Larry, Rev.Christian Festivals and Events and their InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
1991Webster, Nancy V.Community Relations and EmpowermentAdministration
1991Kusel, Udo S.Cultural Conservation in a New South Africa -- How to Meet the Multicultural RealityLiving History/Museology
1991Huculak, Larry, Rev.Culturally Sensitive: Implications of Cultural Beliefs and Traditions on the Care, Handling and Treatment of ArtifactsResearch/Curatorial
1991Randolph, WayneDe-Mystifying Old Wives Tales: Tobacco CultureAgriculture/Livestock
1991Bowen, JoanneDiscovering Colonial Butchering TechniquesResearch/Curatorial
1991Creasey, John S.Ferreting Out the Facts: Locating Sources for Agricultural History Research in BritainResearch/Curatorial
1991Duncan, DorothyGive Us This Day Our Daily BreadAgriculture/Livestock
1991Friesen, John W.If These Stones Could Talk: The Hidden Agenda of Historic SitesLiving History/Museology
1991Webster, Nancy V.Interpreting Religious Events and FestivalsEducation/Interpretation
1991Roback, FrancesKeep Your Eyes on the Prize, Hold On: Curatorial Strategies for Multicultural ExhibitionsResearch/Curatorial
1991Drainie, BronwynKeynoteALHFAM
1991Lefsrud, Wendy and Peter CaronMaintenance as an Interpretive Activity at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage VillageEducation/Interpretation
1991Turk, James F.Multicultural Programs and the Mandate of HeavenLiving History/Museology
1991Adachi, RodMulticulturalism: A Canadian Policy with Implications for Museums and Historic SitesLiving History/Museology
1991Allgor, CatherineNot Going As Tourists: Immersion into a Pilgrim Community, 1627Education/Interpretation
1991Braden, DonnaPast President's Address: ALHFAM MemoryALHFAM
1991Fraleigh, BradPlant Gene Resources of Canada: What We Do and Our Approach to Partnership with Other OrganizationsAgriculture/Livestock
1991Kusel, Udo S.Preservation and Management of Historic Sites and Museums in South Africa -- Past and FutureSite Reports
1991Chiperzak, JyRare Breeds as Living History -- Joywind Farm Rare Breeds Conservancy, Inc.Agriculture/Livestock
1991Russell, JimRealizing Heritage Values in Living LandscapesAgriculture/Livestock
1991McGee, WendySo That's What Friends Are For!Education/Interpretation
1991Reid, DebraSo Who Are We, Anyway? Institutional Members Respond to an ALHFAM SurveyALHFAM
1991Koshman, DavidThatcher in the Rye: Documenting and Restoring Culturally Distinct Historic SitesResearch/Curatorial
1991Forster, R.RoyThe Canadian Heritage Collection at VanDusen Botanical GardenAgriculture/Livestock
1991Menzies, Gordon O.The Effect of Culture on Architectural Design -- Some Aspects of Mennonite Traditional Architecture in Southern ManitobaResearch/Curatorial
1991Donath, David A.The Forest History Society: A Resource for the Study of the History of Agriculture and Rural LifeAgriculture/Livestock
1991Dunning, Lorry L.The Mechanization of Agriculture in California: The Agricultural Machinery Collection Restoration Facility and the Antique Mechanics Student ClubAgriculture/Livestock
1991Slinkard, A.E.The Origin of Historic Wheat Varieties in CanadaAgriculture/Livestock
1991Hayward, AnneThe Politics of Living HistoryLiving History/Museology
1991Beecher, DaleThe Theory of Exhibiting Cultural PluralismResearch/Curatorial
1991McDaniel, George W.To People the Landscape: Rural Historic Sites and Minority Group History in the SouthLiving History/Museology
1991Melland, IanTransfer of Mormon Culture to Southern Alberta: A Re-ExaminationResearch/Curatorial
1991Clark, DawneTV and Hollywood Cultures: Recognizing and Dispelling Cultural StereotypesResearch/Curatorial
1991Fraleigh, Brad and Guy BaillargeonWheat Germplasm Preserved by Agriculture Canada at Plant Gene Resources of CanadaAgriculture/Livestock
1991Goa, David J.With Both Eyes Open: Collecting With Fidelity to Culture and CivilizationResearch/Curatorial
1992McDaniels, GeorgeCarpe Diem: A Legacy for William DiggsResearch/Curatorial
1992Harcourt, Allison A.Look Ethel, They're Milking a Bull: Dealing with the Myths and Misperceptions of LivestockAgriculture/Livestock
1992Rogers, BarclayA Guide to Preserving MachineryResearch/Curatorial
1992Hawes, Edward L. and Helen D. KoulourisAfter the Fall: Agricultural Museum in Post-Communist Eastern EuropeLiving History/Museology
1992Lucas, Susan L.An Apron HistoryResearch/Curatorial
1992Szypulski, MargaretChances Taken, Opportunities MissedResearch/Curatorial
1992Roth, Stacy F.Communication Skills Useful for First Person InterpretersEducation/Interpretation
1992Woodcock, Michael L.Cooking Over the Open Fire: A Short History of Its Use in the American SouthwestResearch/Curatorial
1992Nosek, ElizabethCookstoves: More Than a Good Place to Dry MittensResearch/Curatorial
1992Reid, DebraCraft Interpreters and Training for Process Interpretation: The Never-Ending ApprenticeshipEducation/Interpretation
1992Baker, EdwardDevastating Fire at Plimoth Plantation Provides New BirthAgriculture/Livestock
1992Randolph, WayneDid Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake Planters Use Lunar Scheduling?Agriculture/Livestock
1992Haas, Ruth A.Do Children Learn Our History?Education/Interpretation
1992Oliver, Sandra L.Early Chemical LeaveningsResearch/Curatorial
1992Heald, Candace LeeEducating Our Audience: How Do Children and Teachers Learn History?Education/Interpretation
1992Taylor-Hille, Bruce R.Evaluating Replica PlowsAgriculture/Livestock
1992Dierking, Lynn D.First Person Interpretation: Perspectives on Interpreter-Visitor CommunicationEducation/Interpretation
1992Miller, SteveFrom Scarcely Salad to Smorgasbord: Serving New AudiencesAdministration
1992Becker, KarenHappy Are They Who Can Make Good Light and Sweet BreadResearch/Curatorial
1992Calhoun, Creighton LeeHistory of Southern Apple Culture and VarietiesAgriculture/Livestock
1992Brady, PeteInterpreting a Colonial Farmer's Music for a Modern AudienceEducation/Interpretation
1992Cohen, Marcie A.It's Not So Black and White: An Exploration of Diversity in MississippiResearch/Curatorial
1992McCaig, DonaldKeynote: The Land StewardsALHFAM
1992Bixby, DonaldManaging Livestock at Historic SitesAgriculture/Livestock
1992Moss, KayMedical Matters Interpreted: The Home Practice of PhysickEducation/Interpretation
1992Webster, Nancy V.More than Mint Tea: Interpreting Period Medical Receipts and PracticesEducation/Interpretation
1992Gibson, TerryMovies, Museums and Ways of SeeingLiving History/Museology
1992Kelleher, TomNuts and Bolts of History: Changes in the Presentation of Historic Milling at Old Sturbridge VillageEducation/Interpretation
1992Freas, Daniel J.Oral History and Experimental Research at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm: The Tobacco Plant Bed ProjectAgriculture/Livestock
1992Williams, BonniePlaying in the Stream of History: A Flexible Approach to First-Person InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
1992Enscore, SusanPresenting the Past: Place Perceptions of an Outdoor History MuseumLiving History/Museology
1992Ayres, EdwardRecreating Farm Life in Post-Revolutionary Tidewater, VirginiaResearch/Curatorial
1992Alexander, Andrew J.Removing Barriers for Visitors with Disabilities: A SynopsisAdministration
1992Reid, DebraResponding to the Times: Open-Air Museums of Inclusion and RelevancyLiving History/Museology
1992Wiswell, KarenRomancing the Past: From Currier and Ives to Hollywood: Rural Perceptions and a Tale of Two Rural TownsResearch/Curatorial
1992Lewis, Sarah L.Sarah Gamp's Basket [Domestic Medicine]Education/Interpretation
1992Blount, RobSpirits in the Pines: Seasonal Work in Florida Turpentine OrchardsResearch/Curatorial
1992Amick, Henry E.Sturbridge Dairying, 1800-1850Agriculture/Livestock
1992Weldon, BillThe Brickmaker's YearResearch/Curatorial
1992Baker, EdwardThe Charles W. Morgan After 150 Years: Reinterpreting an IconEducation/Interpretation
1992Carson, KenThe Development of the Equestrian Eventing Programme at the Remington-Alberta Carriage CentreSite Reports
1992Bachert, DelThe Heavy Horse and Mule in America: Sources and Resources for InterpretationAgriculture/Livestock
1992Gabbert, JodyThe History of the King Ranch as Told by its PeopleAgriculture/Livestock
1992Carson, Barbara G.The Material World of the Hog and Hominy Folk of the Chesapeake in the 1760sResearch/Curatorial
1992Welsch, JochenThe Myth of Our Organic PastAgriculture/Livestock
1992Clifton, JamesThe PlantationAgriculture/Livestock
1992Loba, Frances BurroughsThe Unspoken Messages of Clothing and FurnishingResearch/Curatorial
1992Kley, Ron and Jane RadcliffeUnderstanding Our Audience: Visitor Surveys and ComputersAdministration
1992Sanders, Tom and Tom ShawWhere are the Spatulas?Research/Curatorial
1993Jordan, LouannCmon, It's My Turn!: The Hands-On ExperienceEducation/Interpretation
1993Collins, MitzieA Field Guide to Audio Recording ProjectsLiving History/Museology
1993Roth, Stacey F.Breathing Life into John Barleycorn: Experiments with Seventeenth-Century Beer Brewing at Pennsbury ManorAgriculture/Livestock
1993Baker, Andy and Darwin KelseyChanging Directions in Agricultural EducationAgriculture/Livestock
1993Texel, MarkChuck Wagon Cooking in the Late Nineteenth CenturyResearch/Curatorial
1993Galt, Margot FortunatoCreative Writing as a Way to Interpret a Historic SiteEducation/Interpretation
1993Willis, ShirleyDining Habits of the Union Army in an Occupied Southern TownResearch/Curatorial
1993Nicovich, KristenExtending Classroom Boundaries: Experiential Learning at Historic SitesEducation/Interpretation
1993Sanders, TomFeast to Famine: Feeding the Garrison at Fort SnellingResearch/Curatorial
1993Ernst, KathleenFrom Little House to Historic House: Fiction and Museum EducatorsEducation/Interpretation
1993Braden, Donna R. and Mary Lynn HeiningerGeneral Stores: The Process and the ProductResearch/Curatorial
1993Adams, Steve J.Go West Young Man: The Power of the Press on the PrairieResearch/Curatorial
1993Thomforde, CharlieGrowing Hops and Barley at Pennsbury ManorAgriculture/Livestock
1993Kelleher, TomHistorically Correct Trade Craft Presentations: Are They Possible? A Question to Provoke More QuestionsEducation/Interpretation
1993Baker, EdwardHistorically Correct Trade Crafts Presentations: Are They Possible?Education/Interpretation
1993Kreek, EstherHistory from the Boombox: Audio Recordings as Museum PublicationsLiving History/Museology
1993Anderson, Jay A.Keynote ResponseALHFAM
1993Humphreys, HelenKeynote: What Wants To Be Spoken, What Remains To Be SaidALHFAM
1993Anderson, Jay A.Keynote: Sweet Liberty: The Promise of History (1986 Keynote, published 1993)ALHFAM
1993Wood, SallyKids in the Kitchen: Using Children's Literature in Foodways ResearchResearch/Curatorial
1993Altman, SaundraMuddled Messages in Nineteenth-Century Clothing and Printed, Illustrated and Imaged DocumentationResearch/Curatorial
1993Roos, Pieter N. and Carolyn B. WilkinsonOperating Instructions for the Visitor: An Outline for Museum Orientation ExhibitsLiving History/Museology
1993Woods, Thomas A.Past President's AddressALHFAM
1993Budack, JanetSexual Harassment at Historic SitesAdministration
1993Dillon, Clarissa F.The Life of John Barleycorn: An Introduction to Growing Hops and Brewing BeerAgriculture/Livestock
1993Grim, ValerieUnderstanding the Black Rural Experience Through Film: A Critique of Some Portrayals of Black Rural LifeResearch/Curatorial
1993Hanson, Susan AthertonWorking the System: The Living Historical Farm as a Fully-Funded Creature of GovernmentAdministration
1994Zopes, Peter C.Fattening Stock of Every Description. . . . A Brief History of Livestock FeedingAgriculture/Livestock
1994Belluscio, LynneVerily, All the Airth Needs DrainingResearch/Curatorial
1994Overland, ChristianA Case Study of Documenting Twentieth Century Culture: Systems for Living -- The Dymaxion Dwelling MachineResearch/Curatorial
1994Sigaut, FrancoisAgricultural Museums in France: Settings, Series, and ProcessesLiving History/Museology
1994Hanson, Susan AthertonBricks Without Straw: The Impact of Historic Preservation Functions Upon Staff at a Living History MuseumLiving History/Museology
1994Willoughby, ShirleyDeveloping a Collections Management PolicyResearch/Curatorial
1994Goldstein, Karin J.Developing a Collections Management Policy: Special Considerations for Living History MuseumsResearch/Curatorial
1994Hemenway, AliceDiscussion of Psycho-Social Aspects of Role PlayingEducation/Interpretation
1994Forsht, Nicol and Paul G. SchneiderEmergency Planning and PreparednessAdministration
1994McCabe, JamesFinding the Experts and Exploring PossibilitiesResearch/Curatorial
1994Boardman, KathrynForty-Seven Years Later and Lots of Prize Cows, Sheep, Swine, and Goats: The Farmers' Museum Junior Livestock ShowAgriculture/Livestock
1994Sargent, Terry L.From Udder to PailResearch/Curatorial
1994Hawes, Edward L.Icons, Museum Eyes, and Other Realities: Rural Life as Represented in National Museums in Germany, England, and DenmarkLiving History/Museology
1994Simpson, Karen L.If Ever a Wizard There Was: George Washington Carver and the Tuskegee Experiment StationResearch/Curatorial
1994Grim, ValerieInterpreting the Moral Foundation of Southern Black Rural Community: . . . the Preacher, Teacher, Producer and Organizer in Developing Brooks FarmResearch/Curatorial
1994Zeuner, ChristopherKeynote: European Open-Air Museums: Social and Economic ChangesALHFAM
1994Donath, David A.Living History--Historic Places: Estranged BedfellowsLiving History/Museology
1994Welsch, Mary AnnMaking Cheese: Interpreting Dairying at Old Sturbridge Village's Pliny Freeman FarmAgriculture/Livestock
1994Baker, AndrewManagement Policies for Living CollectionsAgriculture/Livestock
1994Seelhorst, MaryMaximum Collection Dynamics: A Tradition of Change at Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield VillageResearch/Curatorial
1994Kelleher, ThomasMills, Millers & Myths: A Personal Perspective, Part TwoResearch/Curatorial
1994Haas, Ruth A. et alMuseum Learning: Introduction to MethodologyEducation/Interpretation
1994National Park ServiceNAGPRA: The Native American Graves Protection & Repatriation Act [Appendix]Research/Curatorial
1994Bennett, SusanOntario's Holland MarshResearch/Curatorial
1994Ledwith, PeterPast President's Address: We Are What We AreALHFAM
1994Reid, DebraPreserving the Twentieth Century in Open-Air Museums: Some Opportunities and ChallengesLiving History/Museology
1994Fortier, JohnPsycho-Social Aspects of Role PlayingEducation/Interpretation
1994Baker, EdwardRiding the Waterways: What Can a Farmer Learn at a Maritime History Museum?Agriculture/Livestock
1994Wagner, Mary BraySt. Jones Neck: A Delaware Community -- the River and Its PeopleResearch/Curatorial
1994Busch, Jane C.Still Taking the Waters at Sharon SpringsResearch/Curatorial
1994Horne, FieldThe Back to the Land Movement in New York State: A Preliminary InvestigationResearch/Curatorial
1994Paige, EricThe 1890 Ice House at Billings FarmResearch/Curatorial
1994Heighway, DavidThe Don Quixote SyndromeEducation/Interpretation
1994Whitney, Philip C.The Freezing of the Waters: The Many and Varied Uses and Effects of Frozen WaterResearch/Curatorial
1994Brisson, Steven C.The McCormick Collection: State Historical Society of WisconsinResearch/Curatorial
1994Crawford, Alisa L.The Personal Perspective of William Youngs, a Miller at Coeymans, New York, 1811Research/Curatorial
1994Siders, Rebecca J.The St. Jones Neck and its Changing Relationship with the Delaware EstuaryResearch/Curatorial
1994Henbest, BruceWater and the Competitive Edge: Waterfront Development at Upper Canada Village and the Influence of the St. Lawrence . . . in 19th C. Upper CanadaResearch/Curatorial
1994Brown, TomWater Under the Bridge, AgainResearch/Curatorial
1994Haas, Ruth A. & Erik L. HollandWater, Canoe, Trade: Developing an InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
1994Spaulding, SimonWaters as Highways: The Role of Water Transport in Interpreting North American Agricultural & Industrial HistoryResearch/Curatorial
1995Miller, Stephen S.And the Cow Jumped Over the Atlantic -- Pennsylvania German and Holland Dutch Cattle in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth CenturiesAgriculture/Livestock
1995Dillon, Clarissa F.to make the face faire and smoothResearch/Curatorial
1995Carlsen, MargaretA Child's Museum from Conception to DeliveryEducation/Interpretation
1995Paige, EricA Short Guide to Net-SpeakAdministration
1995Miner, Gwendolyn L.A Short History of the Procurement, Preservation and Use of Berries in Food and BeverageResearch/Curatorial
1995Gilgun, BethAccessories for Women and Men, from the Mid-18th Century to the Early 19th CenturyResearch/Curatorial
1995Ledwith, PeterAttitudes Toward MachineryResearch/Curatorial
1995Vince, AnneBerry Interesting: Domestic Berry Wine ProductionResearch/Curatorial
1995Follin, Mike and Debra A. ReidChallenges in Creating Living History -- 1995 ALHFAM MixerALHFAM
1995Radcliffe, Jane and Ron KleyDatabases for Collection ManagementAdministration
1995Brady, PeteEstablishing the Murray Farmhouse Round TableEducation/Interpretation
1995Johnson, Elizabeth and Stephen S. MillerGetting Their Hands Into HistoryEducation/Interpretation
1995Vaughan, Robert L.Hands-On BlacksmithingEducation/Interpretation
1995Cain-McKee, Susan L.Hard Cider to Soft DrinksResearch/Curatorial
1995Rempel, SharonHistoric Wheats -- A Brief IntroductionAgriculture/Livestock
1995Boardman, KathrynImmersion and the Seventh Grade: Collaborative School ProgramsEducation/Interpretation
1995Pershey, EdwardInterpreting Steam Engine History at Historic Villages and FarmsEducation/Interpretation
1995Arnold, Melissa D.Keynote: History of the Hale Homestead: The Evolution of a Family FarmAgriculture/Livestock
1995Loveday, AmosKeynote: PC versus PC: The Future of the Museum WorldALHFAM
1995Whitney, Philip C.Lubricating Historic Machinery with Modern LubricantsResearch/Curatorial
1995Cain-McKee, Susan L.Making Berry Products: Preserves, Syrups, Shrubs, Vinegars and WineResearch/Curatorial
1995Baker, EdwardNature's Finest OilsResearch/Curatorial
1995Reid, DebraOpen-Air Museums, Internet, and the World Wide Web: Cultivating the Opportunities Afforded by CyberspaceAdministration
1995Simpson, Karen L.Quilting the BluesEducation/Interpretation
1995Braden, DonnaReproducing Paper Items for the J.R. Jones General Store in Greenfield VillageResearch/Curatorial
1995Stone, RobertThe Evolution of Eyewear, 1750-1920Research/Curatorial
1995Ledwith, PeterThe Squeaky Wheel -- The Development of Petroleum-based LubricantsResearch/Curatorial
1995Grim, ValerieUsing Museum and Archival Artifacts to Teach Rural HistoryEducation/Interpretation
1995Hazlewood, Ginger and Frank HardisterWhen Hands-On Means Hands-OffEducation/Interpretation
1995Zopes, PeterWork Horses on Historic Sites: Care and UseAgriculture/Livestock
1996Kley, RonALHFAM, We Are ALHFAMALHFAM
1996Bowser, BarbaraFlies in the Market House: The Fresh Meat Market in Salem, North CarolinaResearch/Curatorial
1996Jones, J. JacobA Connecticut Yankee in the Empire of Liberty: Henry L. Ellsworth, Agricultural Improvement and Land Speculation on the Midwestern Prairie FrontierResearch/Curatorial
1996Kley, Ron, Candace T. Matelic and Donna R. BradenA Quarter Century and Counting: A Conversation about ALHFAM by Former PresidentsALHFAM
1996Radcliff, DavidBalancing Education and Entertainment on the Scales of Provocation: Freedmen Re-enactors at the 1995 Texican Market DaysEducation/Interpretation
1996Hart, Robert L.Beginning a New Museum in New Mexico: The Curator's View (NM Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum)Administration
1996Clark, Nancy V. and Donna ScottChanging Words into Dollars (Fundraising tips)Administration
1996Pollard, Kenneth and Vicki HagenCommunity Outreach Project--Public Lands DivisionEducation/Interpretation
1996Kley, Ron and Jane RadcliffeData BasicsAdministration
1996Hutcheson, Barry, et. al.Developing Coordinated Interpretation through the Master Planning Process: Washington-on-the-Brazos State Hist. ParkAdministration
1996Schumacher, Kristin JanelElectronic Surveys: Sending Surveys through the InternetAdministration
1996Taylor, LonnFrontiers Real and MythicalALHFAM
1996McComb, DavidFrontiers: Transportation and TechnologyALHFAM
1996Cannon, Brian Q and Richard D. KitchenIndenture and Adoption of Native American Children by Mormons on the Utah Frontier, 1850-1870Research/Curatorial
1996Dillon, Clarissa F.Lewd, Enormous and Disorderly Practices: Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia and Its English BackgroundsResearch/Curatorial
1996Gwaltney, William W.On the Frontier of Culture: Interpreting Ethnicity and FreedomALHFAM
1996Benz, Robert G.Out On History's Highway, ALHFAM's Road Trip into the Next CenturyALHFAM
1996Way, J. EdsonPresenting Cultural Admixture in a New Museum in New Mexico: The Director's View (NM Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum)Administration
1996Harris-Johnson, AimeeProstitution in Galveston, 1865-1918Research/Curatorial
1996Fye, Rebecca L.Resources to Help You Become Familiar With Visitor Surveys and Evaluation StudiesAdministration
1996Johnson, KittyScience on the Range: Teaching History and Science with Natural Dyeing and SpinningEducation/Interpretation
1996Crawford, Henry B.The El Capote Cabin: Research Methodology for a History and Furnishing PlanResearch/Curatorial
1996Kelleher, TomThe Evolution of Sawmilling Technology in Nineteenth-Century AmericaResearch/Curatorial
1996Hall, Carol NeffThe Frontiers of Interpretation: The New Direction at Old SalemEducation/Interpretation
1996Lee-Khan, Helen V.The Hip Bone is Connected to the Thigh Bone--Development and Interpretation of Uncomfortable HistoryEducation/Interpretation
1996Williams, EveThe Hip Bone is Connected to the Thigh Bone--Interconnections of People's HistoryEducation/Interpretation
1996Brooks, Bradley C.The Historic House Furnishing Plan: Process and ProductResearch/Curatorial
1996Campbell, Ellen FinleyThe View from Marketing and Public Information (NM Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum)Administration
1996Radcliffe, Jane and Ron KleyVisitor Evaluation: Some Comments From the TrenchesAdministration
1996Altman, SaundraWhat Fabrics Were Men's Clothing Made Of and Why Can't We Find More Cotton Summer Clothing?Research/Curatorial
1996Reese, AnnetteWhere the Boys Are: Prostitution from Mining Camps to the Civil War EncampmentsResearch/Curatorial
1996Crawford, AlisaWhere's the Beef in Hawaii: Missionary Diets of the 1820sResearch/Curatorial
1996Baker, T. LindsayWindmills for Living History ApplicationsLiving History/Museology
1996Thomforde, CharlesWomen Farmers and Gardeners in Seventeenth-Century PennsylvaniaResearch/Curatorial
1997Taylor, Howard W.Back to the Farm: Settling Crawford County, MichiganResearch/Curatorial
1997Kelly, James C.Bound Away: Mobility, Memory and MuseumsALHFAM
1997Plaisted, Susan McLennanEverything hath an end, and a pudding hath two: The 17th-Century English PuddingResearch/Curatorial
1997Ford, Ashley L.Farms For Sale: Surveying on the Early (Ohio) Frontier, 1785-1800Research/Curatorial
1997Webster, Nancy V.Gather up the Fragments Some Examples of Virginia Slave Clothing TextilesResearch/Curatorial
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1997Holland, Erik and James DorseyMythconceptions and Brief and True Relations: Interpretive Challenges and Model Solutions at Jamestown SettlementEducation/Interpretation
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2004Dillon, ClarissaThis Truck Doesn't Use DieselResearch/Curatorial
2004Dillon, ClarissaCows Give Milk and Manure--Let's Talk about MilkResearch/Curatorial
2004Boardman, KatieBeyond Good Intentions: So What? Who Cares? What Difference Does it Make?Administration
2004Hanson, Susan and Blake HayesMustard, Lentils, Sugar Cane and Potatoes: Changing Routes to the Agrarian Past through 21st-century India and 19th-century IrelandResearch/Curatorial
2004Hawes, Edward L.Where Have All the Farms Gone?: Twentieth-Century Agriculture and Museums: A United States PerspectiveLiving History/Museology
2004Debra ReidCollecting and Interpreting Twentieth-Century Agricultural History in the United States.Living History/Museology
2004Kelleher, TomAtlases and Insurance Maps: Windows Into the PastResearch/Curatorial
2004Walton, PatBirthin' BabiesEducation/Interpretation
2004Malcom-Davies, JaneBorrowed Robes: The Educational Value of Costumed Interpretation at Historic StiesEducation/Interpretation
2004Katz-Hyman, Martha and Mick WoodcockThe Right Stuff: How to Get ItResearch/Curatorial
2004Sorvig, KimRe-Locating History: Landscape Strategies for Living History Building CollectionsResearch/Curatorial
2004Radcliffe, JaneRepatriation as a Solution to the Problem of 'Orphan' Collection ItemsLiving History/Museology
2004Reibel, Daniel B.Classification Systems and the Size of Registration Systems.Living History/Museology
2004Reitz, TomIt's not War--It's PiecekeepingLiving History/Museology
2004Katz-Hyman, MarthaWhen Disaster Happens, Will Your Site be Ready?Living History/Museology
2004Kley, RonSo You Think You Own Your Collection?Research/Curatorial
2004Chartkoff, KerryMementoes of Friends Lost and a Country Saved: Preserving and Displaying Michigan's Collection of Civil War Battle FlagsLiving History/Museology
2004Braden, Donna and Tina GlengaryExperience Design--What's That and What's In It for Me?Living History/Museology
2004Hood, Lottie JonesPreservation: Showing, Telling and Transcending via the Underground RailroadEducation/Interpretation
2004Matelic, Candace TangorraOrganizational Change in History MuseumsAdministration
2004Batchert, Delmar, Edward Schultz and Wayne WilliamsDeep History: Sustaining Professional Growth in the Field of Living HistoryLiving History/Museology
2004Plaisted, Susan McLellanThe Accomplisht Cooks of Pennsbury-Dedicated to Sustaining the Traditions of 17th-Century FoodwaysResearch/Curatorial
2004Kozak, SteveAfrican-American Agriculture in the Hudson ValleyResearch/Curatorial
2005Danbom, DavidAgricultural History: What is it Good For?ALHFAM
2005Reid, Debra A.Making Memory: Open Air Museums as a Tool to Build Collective MemoryLiving History/Museology
2005Kelleher, TomOld Sturbridge Village: From Re-created Historic Village to History Learning CenterLiving History/Museology
2005Randolph, WayneKeeping Colonial Williamsburg Fresh: Ideas Based on Recent Visitation ResearchLiving History/Museology
2005Seelhorst, MaryYour Audience is Fresh. Are Your Exhibits Stale?Living History/Museology
2005Burg, RobInterpreting Something New: The History of Conservation and Reforestation in Michigan in the Twentieth CenturyMuseology
2005Bagnall, KyleEnfironmental History Programs at Chppewa Nature CenterEducation/Interpretation
2005Fellows, CarrieReinterpreting a Log Cabin: Gentle Activism in InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
2005Boardman, KatieReinterpreting a Log Cabin: Crafting an Interpretation Plan for Wixson Road CabinEducation/Interpretation
2005Beckett, Mike and Derrick BirdsallSo, you want to be an Administrator?: Notes from a Roundtable DiscussionAdministration
2005Green, Ted D. R.Living History and Museum Education: Technology Integration and Outcomes Based LearningEducation/Interpretation
2005Shoffner, Melissa and Merrilee GarnerNineteenth Century Hygiene, or, Dirty or Not: Standards of Cleanliness, 1800-1906Research/Curatorial
2005Falk, JanisShort People Got No Reason to Live in the Nineteenth CenturyEducation/Interpretation
2005Velez, MariaDistance Learning at the Lower East Side Tenement MuseumEducation/Interpretation
2005Plaisted, Susan McLellanTorts, Tarts and Pies: Baking Through the CenturiesResearch/Curatorial
2005Jabaay, Ross W.Nineteenth Century Meat PreservationResearch/Curatorial
2005Fraser, SylviaWood, Stones, Bricks and Smoke – Then and NowResearch/Curatorial
2005Powell, BobHorse Head Brasses and Peaked Collars: European Influences on North American Draft Horse HarnessAgriculture/Livestock
2005Kuester, Jonathan D.The Historic Genome Project: The Search for a Historical ConsciousnessResearch/Curatorial
2005Lamb, RebeccaFood Will Win The War: Victory Gardens from World War I to the PresentResearch/Curatorial
2005Reid, Debra A.Sources on Twentieth Century Agriculture and Rural LifeResearch/Curatorial
2005Kley, RonChenall at the Crossroads: Revising the Nomenclature for Museum CatalogingLiving History/Museology
2005Woodcock, MickThe Stuffed Owl-less MuseumLiving History/Museology
2005Bent, Sarah Z.Maintain your staff as well as your artifacts, or “Lots of polish, no spit”Living History/Museology
2005Bent, Sarah Z.Creating step-by-step guides for adequate care: #1, Machinery Maintenance and Operation; #2, Interpretation Maintenance and OperationLiving History/Museology
2006Reid, Debra A.Ernest J. Gaines: Reflections on His Life and His Work (Keynote Summary)ALHFAM
2006Reid, Debra A.Jay D. Edwards and Louisiana's Cultural Geography (Keynote Summary)ALHFAM
2006Caramia, John A.Past President's Address: Living History, ALHFAM and the Future of Historic SitesALHFAM
2006Rose, JuliaA Commemorative Museum Pedagogy: Rethinking the Historic Enslaved Population at Magnolia Mound PlantationResearch/Curatorial
2006Brockway, William R.Down River: Antebellum Mansions Amidst Twenty-First Century IndustryResearch/Curatorial
2006Reid, Debra A.Historic Southern Landscapes: From Plantation Gardens to BattlefieldsResearch/Curatorial
2006Dufrene, DennisAudubon State HIstoric Site: Responding to Louisiana's Educational Content Standards and BenchmarksEducation/Interpretation
2006Jambon, Ted R.The AcadiansResearch/Curatorial
2006Larcade-Bourke, ElaineNineteenth-Century Louisiana Textiles: Continuing the TraditionResearch/Curatorial
2006Vincent, CharlesChallenges of Interpreting Slavery: Research SummaryEducation/Interpretation
2006Harrison, KayChallenges of Interpreting Slavery: Summary of a Panel DiscussionEducation/Interpretation
2006Hayes, Blake and Katie BoardmanMeatpies, Magnolias and Murals: A New Interpretive Plan for Melrose PlantationEducation/Interpretation
2006Katz-Hyman, Martha B.Who Knew? Finding Multicultural Stories in Your Own AtticEducation/Interpretation
2006Hoover, Amanda PetronaThe Dilemma of Uncle Jack: Using Transactional Theory for the Interpretation and Presentation of Controversial ArtifactsEducation/Interpretation
2006Hill, KatieTeaching Diversity Through FolktalesEducation/Interpretation
2006Carle, KandieThe Development of a First-Person Presentation: "They Called Me Lizzie . . . From Slavery to the White House"Education/Interpretation
2006Berry, Ken"Blue Suits and Brownwater": Interpreting the Civil-War Navy in Land-Locked CincinnatiEducation/Interpretation
2006Ford, Ashley L.Focusing on Focus Groups: A DemonstrationEducation/Interpretation
2006Lopez, ManuelA Question of PerspectivesEducation/Interpretation
2006Kelleher, TomMetamora, Last of the Wampanoags: Old Sturbridge Village and Interpreting Racial Diversity in Early New EnglandResearch/Curatorial
2006Behan, RoseNative American Artifacts: How Some Archaeologists Can Create "Problem Artifacts"Research/Curatorial
2006Rentzhog, StenKeys to the FutureLiving History/Museology
2006Dillon, Clarissa F. and Mercy Ingraham". . .every Body knows . . . Half a Pound is full enough. . ."Research/Curatorial
2006Odom, SusanWhy a Bell Pepper is a MangoResearch/Curatorial
2006Corson, BarbaraPutting the Cart Before the Horse: An Overview of Horse-Drawn Vehicle DesignResearch/Curatorial
2006Powell, BobThe Scottish Horseman's Society and "The World"Research/Curatorial
2006Holland, ErikIn the Wake of the Storm: Cultural Institution Assessment after Katrina in MississippiLiving History/Museology
2007Simmons, MarcKeynote: Tradition vs. Modernity: Salvaging a Sense of HistoryALHFAM
2007Guilliford, AndrewKeynote: Preserving Sacred Indian Landscapes and Protecting and Interpreting Tribal Cultural PropertyALHFAM
2007Baker, EdwardHistoric Characters: Personnel Management for Historic SitesAdministration
2007Beckett, Mike, Derek Birdsall, Mick WoodcockSpeaking the LanguageAdministration
2007Kley, RonGuerrilla GrantsmanshipAdministration
2007Corson, BarbaraPublic Health, Biosecurity and Zoonoses: An Overview for Agricultural InterpretersEducation/Interpretation
2007Spellman, Jerri S. and John C. F. Luzader4-H Heritage Programs and Living HIstory InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
2007Bagnall, Kyle W.Introducing Bella Hubbard, Nineteenth-Century NaturalistEducation/Interpretation
2007Gabriel, Robin H.Museum Education 101: Successful School Field TripsEducation/Interpretation
2007Mcauley, BryanSure, That Can Be an Interpretive ProgramEducation/Interpretation
2007Holland, Erik LAn Interpreter's Multi-Use Tool: Create, Refine, DocumentEducation/Interpretation
2007Cynova, Kay & Jerri S. SpellmanSharing Tales of YuletideEducation/Interpretation
2007Dack, RandyJoining the Cause: From Class to EventEducation/Interpretation
2007Cynova, KayExtra! Extra! Read All About It!Education/Interpretation
2007Johnson, MarthaA Community Mourns / A Community Honors, or What I Learned on the Way to a FuneralEducation/Interpretation
2007Samuelson, SherylHappy Trails? Interpreting Emotions of Women Going WestEducation/Interpretation
2007Tomlin, David W. IIFollowing Old Flatboats and Blazing the Way for New Site InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
2007Rogers, Rebecca and Kristy WatsonHow to Host a Chuck Wagon Cook-Off and Heritage GatheringLiving History/Museology
2007Reid, Debra A.African-American Farmers: New Opportunities for Interpretation Based on Interdiciplinary ResearchEducation/Interpretation
2007Matelic, Candace Tangorra, Donna K. Sack and Beth S. RichardsGiving Community a Meaningful VoiceLiving History/Museology
2007Jordan, Louann and Bunny Pierce HoffmanLa Cienega: Biography of a Hispanic CommunityResearch/Curatorial
2007Brigden, RoyConnecting with Rural Crafts: A Project at the Museum of English Rural LifeEducation/Interpretation
2007Reckseidler, SusanBeyond Beads and Feathers: Developeing Partnerships with the Aboriginal CommunityLiving History/Museology
2007Hawes, Edward L., Tom Kelleher, Susan L. Cain, Ron Kley, and Debra A. ReidNineteenth-Century Communities and Museums: Four Approaches and a CommentaryEducation/Interpretation
2007Radcliffe, Jane and Ron KleyTaming the 800-Pound Gorilla in Your Collection: Documenting large and Diverse CollectionsResearch/Curatorial
2007Huffman, BunnyTaming the 800-Pound Gorilla in Your Collection: Making the Inventory into a CollectionsResearch/Curatorial
2007Katz-Hyman, Martha B.Curatorial Basics 101Research/Curatorial
2007Pierce, DonnaThirteen Suits of Velvet, Silk and Cashmere: Clothing and Material Culture in Colonial New MexicoResearch/Curatorial
2007Crawford, Henry B.Period Clothing References and ResourcesResearch/Curatorial
2007Simon, HalMen's Clothing in Re-enacting TodayResearch/Curatorial
2007Gilliam-Crawford, RobinImproving Interpreters' Clothing with Almost No FundingEducation/Interpretation
2008Marson, BrianKeynote: Building Organizational Success Through The Service Value ChainALHFAM
2008Lynne BelluscioPresidential Address: Rekindling the PassionALHFAM
2008Reid, Debra A.Living History -- A Global HistoryLiving History/Museology
2008Leach, Maureen O'ConnorStaying Loyal to your Mission: Blessing or Curse?Living History/Museology
2008Matelic, Candace TangorraAre Effective Teams Loyal? What Research Can Tell Us About Effective TeamsAdministration
2008Matelic, Candace TangorraDoes Effective Organizational Leadership Require Loyal Followers?Administration
2008Mattson, JimPerformance ManagementAdministration
2008Trepanier, GabrielleHow the Farm Got a Camel: When Bad Things Happen to Good PeopleAdministration
2008Scott, Deborah, and Cindy ColfordWork Horses or Work Courses: Training Heritage Professionals Through Applied Projects in the FieldAdministration
2008Woodcock, MickEmergency Planning 101: Protecting Collections from Water DamageResearch/Curatorial
2008Bondhus, DawnSmoke, Fire and WaterResearch/Curatorial
2008Driver, Elizabeth, et al. (Culinary Historians of Ontario)Canadian Food History 101: Compare and Contrast 1867 and 1967Research/Curatorial
2008Fraser, SylviaLeathers, Bladders and Brandy: Nineteenth-Century CoversResearch/Curatorial
2008Ingraham, MercyThe Process of Transcribing a 1770 New Jersey Manuscript Receipt CookbookResearch/Curatorial
2008Corson, BarbCare of the Feet of LivestockAgriculture/Livestock
2008Shultz, EdLoyalty to the Living Historical Farm Movement: A History and a ProfileLiving History/Museology
2008Reid, Debra A.Living History Farms: A History of Loyalty to the IdeaLiving History/Museology
2008Watson, PeteHowell Living History Farm: A Work in ProgressSite Report
2008Powell, BobFarming and the Highland Folk MuseumSite Report
2008Watson, PeteLike a Wand to a Sorcerer: Plowing Matches in the Past and TodayAgriculture/Livestock
2008Kelleher, TomA Brief History of American Plowing Matchesagriculture/Livestock
2008Powell, BobBritish Horse Plowing Matches: Over 200 Years of HistoryAgriculture/Livestock
2008Powell, BobLoyal to the Ox: Aspects of British Ox Farming Culture to the Early 1900sAgriculture/Livestock
2008Robson, JeremyBangboards and Button WIre: Portraying Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century Corn ProductionAgriculture/Livestock
2008Dixon, MargotLoyalty in Fashion: Conform or Reform?Research/Curatorial
2008Fellows, Carrie and Heidi Campbell-ShoafServing Two Masters: Accurate Costuming for Small Historic SitesLiving History/Museology
2008Wilson, Andrea and Pam GlewLoyalty to LaceResearch/Curatorial
2008Hood, PeterLoyalty and Community Rivalry: Echoes of the English Civil WarResearch/Curatorial
2008Webster, Nancy V.Loyalties Shaping and Shaped by War: the "Peace Churches" and the Eighteenth CenturyResearch/Curatorial
2008Pacey, PeterBull of the Woods--A One-Man Show: Research NotesResearch/Curatorial
2008Bradley-St-Cyr, RuthLoyalty to Each Other: The Irish PalatinesResearch/Curatorial
2008Reinhardt, Erika"More Than Just a Hobby": Historical Integrity, Identity and Loyalty by American and Canadian Military Reenactors of the War of 1812Living History/Museology
2008Carnegie, RonThe Dictates of Conscience: Loyalty to Character in First Person InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
2008Essig, Timothy W. Trial of a Tory: HIstory Has Its Day in CourtEducation/Interpretation
2008Carle, KandieYou Say Potato, I Say PahtahtoeEducation/Interpretation
2008Kelleher, TomInterpretive Notes on Gravestone Carving in Early 19th-Century New EnglandEducation/Interpretation
2009Morgan, Robert R.Keynote: Daniel Boone's Dream: The Mother World of the ForestALHFAM
2009LeCount, CharlesA Matter of Survival: IntroductionLiving History/Museology
2009Friedman, DebA Matter of Survival: Introducing Audio,Video and Un-staffed Exhibits into Living History MuseumsLiving History/Museology
2009Miner, Gwendolyn L.A Matter of Survival: Forging ahead at The Farmers' MuseumLiving History/Museology
2009Goodsell, Leo J.A Matter of Survival: Rethinking Living History at WestvilleLiving History/Museology
2009Kelleher, TomA Matter of Survival: Living Things Grow and Evolve--The Evolution and Expansion of Living HistoryLiving History/Museology
2009Lummel, PeterFrom Strangers to Friends--From Isolation to Communication: Welcome Strangers to Our MuseumsEducation/Interpretation
2009Floyd, David J.W.Friends Indeed: Creating a Successful Museum Volunteer ProgramAdministration
2009Farley, DouglasCreating a Cultural Heritage ExperienceLiving History/Museology
2009McDonald, EmmaMaking Friends of Strange Funders: Exploring Funding Relationships from Government to your Community NeighborsAdministration
2009Switzer, JeffConverting Strangers to Members and DonorsAdministration
2009Fisher, Rick"Globalizing the Local:" Becoming a Cultural EntrepreneurEducation/Interpretation
2009Glatfelter, HeidiUsing Technology to Communicate Your Message and Advance Your Cause: Turning Twenty-First Century Strangers into FriendsAdministration
2009Bell-Kite, DianaThinking Outside the Gallery: An Adventure in Offsite ExhibitionLiving History/Museology
2009Tankard, Danae"In so strange a place:" Representing the Medieval Past at U.K. Heritage SitesLiving History/Museology
2009Kelleher, TomInterpreting the Transportation Revolution One Step at a Time: A Stagecoach for Old Sturbridge VillageLiving History/Museology
2009McCormack, LaurenInterpreting the Transportation Revolution One Step at a Time: The Bullard Bar Room ExhibitLiving History/Museology
2009Woods, TomA Nineteenth-Century Effort to Make Friends and Money in HawaiResearch/Curatorial
2009Seelhorst, MaryMaking Friends and Spending Money in Hawai'i: Furnishing the Greenwell General Store with ReproducitonsLiving History/Museology
2009Whittam, JulianTaking the Show on the Road: Presenting a Traveling Musical Show in an 1866 Living History SiteEducation/Interpretation
2009Watts, Steven M. and Wayne E. WilliamsMaking Lifelong Friends of Children: Historical Day CampsEducation/Interpretation
2009Costa, Kimberly A.Making Friends and Influencing People: Dealign with the Disconnected VisitorEducation/Interpretation
2009Fellows, CarrieReenactors in the House: From Scary Strangers to Welcome Friends/Getting in the DoorEducation/Interpretation
2009LeCount, CharlesReenactors in the House: From Scary Strangers to Welcome Friends/Reenactors and Immersive VisitorsEducation/Interpretation
2009Turdo, Mark A.Reenactors in the House: Planning the Big Eventeducation/Interpretation
2009Texel, MarkReenactors in the House: Harnessing Reenactors' Talents to Achieve Your MissionEducation/Interpretation
2009Carle, KandieGet Them on Your Side: Promoting Your Historic ProgrammingEducation/Interpretation
2009Powell, BobFrom Being "A (pesky) LIttle Ol' Boy" to One of the "Old Boys"Agriculture/Livestock
2009Randolph, WayneHistoric Replica Plows in America: A WorkshopAgriculture/Livestock
2009Corson, Barbara, and Ed Schultz, Pete Watson, and Jeremy MillsThe First ALHFAM Farmers' SchoolAgriculture/Livestock
2009Watson, Pete, Joyce Henry and Rob FloryWrecks and Runaways: How to Prevent Them, Survive Them, Learn from Them...and Get Back to WorkAgriculture/Livestock
2009Katz-Hyman, Martha, and Mick WoodcockGetting it Right: Reproductions in the Museum SettingResearch/Curatorial
2009LeCount, SarahCollections Tiering and Deaccessioning: IntroductionResearch/Curatorial
2009Arnez, DebCollections Tiering and Deaccessioning: DeaccessioningResearch/Curatorial
2009LeCount, SarahCollections Tiering and Deaccessioning at Genesee Country Village and MuseumResearch/Curatorial
2009Farrell, MaryPottery Traditions of the Seagrove AreaResearch/Curatorial
2009Peterson, DeborahSugar: From the Harvested Cane to the TableResearch/Curatorial
2009Kepley, Cindy and Susan BallBread Baking at the Single Brothers Workshop, Old Salem Museums and GardensEducation/Interpretation
2009Vernon, David C.Choosing, Growing and Grafting Apple Trees: Creating a Personal OrchardAgriculture/Livestock
2009Birdsall, DerrickHow to Hire the Best Person for your Living History SiteAdministration
2009Boardman, KatieSigns along the WayLiving History/Museology
2010Ulrich, Laurel ThatcherKeynote: Bee Skeps, Cucumbers, and Roses: Real Gardening and Fanciful Gardening in Nineteenth-Century UtahALHFAM
2010LeCount, CharlesPast President's AddressALHFAM
2010Reid, Debra A.Agricultural Artifacts: Early Curators, Their Philosophies and Their CollectionsResearch/Curatorial
2010Kley, RonThe Founding of ALHFAM: Eyewitness MemoriesALHFAM
2010Randolph, WayneLight Follows Heavy: Step Two Harrowing and CultivationResearch/Curatorial
2010Scott, AmyHearth Death: Putting Out the Popular MythResearch/Curatorial
2010Corson, BarbaraHorsepower: Treadmills and Horse Gears in the Past and PresentResearch/Curatorial
2010Loxley, AliceSustaining the Hospital: Food, Water, and Care During the American RevolutionResearch/Curatorial
2010Dillon, Clarissa F.“Aging is an Option?” Growing Old in the “World of William Penn”Research/Curatorial
2010Poresky, Laura M.How Clothing Dies and How to Put Off the InevitableLiving History/Museology
2010Plaisted, Susan McLellan“Roots” of the Hearth WorkshopLiving History/Museology
2010Carle, KandieSilhouettes: The Black and White of it AllLiving History/Museology
2010Bondhus, Dawn, Martha Katz-Hyman, and Mick WoodcockCuration 101: Curatorial Roots for Non-CuratorsLiving History/Museology
2010Rigsby, JamieCaring for Collections with a Small Budget, Little Time and Limited Staffing: The Safe Handling and Storage of ObjectsLiving History/Museology
2010Hanson, Susan AthertonLiving History in the Family Album: Snapshots of German/ Austrian Agriculture at the End of World War IIResearch/Curatorial
2010Benner, Bob and JeanLiving Living History: Unexpected Roots, Branches, Leaves and TwigsLiving History/Museology
2010Glatfelter, HeidiThe Value of Social Media: Do "Friends" and "Followers" Become Visitors and Donors?Administration
2010Baker, EdwardSocial Media: A Virtual Tea PartyAdministration
2010Bagnall, KyleSocial Media at Chippewa Nature CenterAdministration
2010Glatfelter, HeidiGrow Your Roots Deep: Cultivating Partnerships in Your CommunityAdministration
2010Bent, SarahSilver and Gold, Make New Friends But Keep the Old: A Partnership ExperienceAdministration
2010Matelic, Candace TangorraRooted in the Community: Transforming Practice to Increase Organizational VigorAdministration
2010Tarbox, Sandra, Tom Kelleher, and Kandie CarleGoing Out on a Limb Administration
2010Birdsall, DerrickYou Don’t Have to be Ansel Adams Living History/Museology
2010Hill, Katie“No Irish Need Apply”: How the Immigration Interpretive Program Evolved at Old Sturbridge Village Education/Interpretation
2010Bent, SarahYou are Cordially Invited to Join Us for Afternoon TeaEducation/Interpretation
2010French, JasonDetecting Repeat VisitationEducation/Interpretation
2010Pawling, RichardHow to Use Living History to Interpret the Life of Common Workers of the American Industrial RevolutionEducation/Interpretation
2010Belluscio, LynneIt All Boils Down to Money, Or Does It? Maple Sugar and Syrup Demonstrations at Museum SitesEducation/Interpretation
2010Spencer, Ryan JoshuaThe Ethical Concerns of Time Shock in United Kingdom Living History MuseumsEducation/Interpretation
2010Chandler, AbbyBranching into the Classroom: Living History Away from the MuseumEducation/Interpretation
2011Booth, AdamKeynote: The Storytelling AdvantageALHFAM
2011Belluscio, LynneFinding the Pitchfork in the Haystack: Adding Agricultural History to Your Local History StoryEducation/Interpretation
2011Reid, Debra A.Designing a Research Plan to Incorporate Agricultural History into Your Local StoryResearch/Curatorial
2011Hostuttler, Lori A.Photographs Preservation and DigitizationResearch/Curatorial
2011Radcliffe, Jane, and Ron KleyGood Times and Bad at the Vaughn Homestead in Hallowell, MaineResearch/Curatorial
2011Albert, Regina D.A Hot Topic: Wood-fired Baked Ovens--A Sharing ExperienceLiving History/Museology
2011Cain, SusanA Personal Recollection of Canning and PreservingLiving History/Museology
2011Reid, Debra A. Canning: A Domestic Chore or Community Development ProjectResearch/Curatorial
2011Beckman, Ryan, Kathleen Wall, Justin Squizzero, Gwen Miner, and Pat McMillionThe Triumphs and Tribulations of Fee Based Cooking ProgramsLiving History/Museology
2011Dillon, Clarissa“And nevermore you’ll toil…,” Moonshine in Good Times and BadResearch/Curatorial
2011Hartley, Martha and RichardThe Frontier Table: What Foodways Really Were in Western Virginia Before the Civil WarResearch/Curatorial
2011Clancy, KarenExploration of Eighteenth-Century DyesEducation/Interpretation
2011Grandt, ArnoldThe Best Original Ideas Are Always Borrowed From Somebody Else: The Success of the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village’s Children’s Pioneer Fun DayEducation/Interpretation
2011Westphal, RonRope and KnotsEducation/Interpretation
2011Baker, MichaelThomas Chapman: Colonial Farmer Turned SoldierResearch/Curatorial
2011Cooley, PamelaSearching for Amelia Simmons: Hot Leads and Dead Ends in My Search for the Author of the First American CookbookResearch/Curatorial
2011Capps, MikeTaking a Balanced Approach to Interpretation: Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial as a Case StudyEducation/Interpretation
2011Madia, JoeyThey Weren’t Always at War: Finding and Presenting the Human Drama in Everyday LifeEducation/Interpretation
2011Pawling, Richard N.Some Things Are Too Important to Ever Forget: Interpreting the Impact of Coal Mining (Anthracite and Bituminous) on America’s HistoryEducation/Interpretation
2011Recksidler, SusanAutobiography of a Dust Bowl RefugeeEducation/Interpretation
2011St. Louis, KailaThe Sites Homestead: Engaging Six Senses in Historic InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
2011Corson, BarbaraAssessing and Assuring Animal Welfare Using Critical Control Points: A Guide for Living History FarmsAgriculture/Livestock
2011Keuster, JonLoved Too Much: Managing Visitor Perceptions of LivestockAgriculture/Livestock
2011Watson, Pete, Joyce Henry, and Rhys SimmonsPrecious Cargo On Board: Driver’s License Needed?Agriculture/Livestock
2011Nesbitt, BeckyFort New Salem: Nowhere But UpSite Report
2011Randolph, Wayne, and Ed SchultzFrom Below the Ground Up: Colonial Williamsburg’s Soil Building EffortSite Report
2011LeCount, CharlesLike Finding a Needle in a Haystack: Historic FarmersAdministration
2011Price, ToddMany Hands Make Light Work: Integrating 4-H into the Museum SettingAdministration
2011Ruggerio, JoTraining and Using Youth Interpreters EffectivelyAdministration
2012Meinzer, WymanPhotography in the Big EmptyALHFAM
2012Henbest, BrucePast President's AddressALHFAM
2012Kley, Ron, and Jane RadcliffeCollection Cataloging – It Can’t be Automated…but it can be Streamlined Research/Curatorial
2012Whitfield, LynnLAM and the Case for Delivering Collections to the Web Research/Curatorial
2012McDonald, EmmaVirtual Exhibitions: Expanding our Reach Living History/Museology
2012Kelleher, TomPortraying the Dead Should Not Be DeadlyLiving History/Museology
2012Cynova, KayInvolving Youth: The Living History Apprentice Living History/Museology
2012Baker, EdwardCan Modern Dance be Living History?Living History/Museology
2012Welch, Robert F., IIHow to Incorporate Living History Into the Museum/Park EnvironmentLiving History/Museology
2012Ingraham, MercyPlaying with Fire: Relevance of Historic Cooking Programs in the Digital AgeLiving History/Museology
2012Pawling, Richard N.Interpreting a Legend: The Wild West Education/Interpretation
2012Montgomery, Evelyn, and Melissa PrycerThe Participatory Historic Site? Experiments at Dallas Heritage VillageEducation/Interpretation
2012McCabe, SusanTechnology in Museums: A Panel Discussion, Part 1Education/Interpretation
2012Taylor, KarinTechnology in Museums: A Panel Discussion, Part 2Education/Interpretation
2012McCormick, Lauren, and Laren MuneyPerson-to-Person Interactive Interpretation: HandoutEducation/Interpretation
2012Makowsky, DavidTo Arms, To Arms… the Media are Coming!Administration
2012Desaulniers, Marie-SophieSocial Media for Beginners: A Practical SessionAdministration
2012Lauderdale, Jim, and Barb KingFrom the Field to Facebook: Harvesting Your Audience Through Digital Media Administration
2012Alicea-Covarrubias, Jessica Maria, and Pete Watson and Mark TexelYou Might Be an AdvocateAdministration
2012Bluthardt, RobertThrough the Centuries at Fort Concho Site Report
2012Orr, Charleen, and Terry JacksonOur StEPs to Success: Standards and Excellence Program Administration
2012Demlow, KayOn The Cusp of ChangeResearch/Curatorial
2012Katz-Hyman, MarthaYour Family’s Stories as Living History Research/Curatorial
2012Bagnall, KyleMaking it Personal: Using the Internet for Genealogy ResearchResearch/Curatorial
2012Katz-Hyman, MarthaWhat’s Kosher All About?Research/Curatorial
2012Kessler, SierraCooking Kosher in a New LandResearch/Curatorial
2012Powell, Bob, and Darryl WinesFollowing the PlowResearch/Curatorial
2012Reid, Debra, A. Using the Journals of James G. Fanning (1806-1886) to Learn More about the Texas Civil War Home FrontResearch/Curatorial
2012Betts, VickiDocumenting the Fanning JournalsResearch/Curatorial
2012Reid, Debra, A. Translating a Farmer’s ‘To Do’ List into Living History Interpretation: A Model for Mining a Primary SourceEducation/Interpretation
2012Langellier, John P, and Mick WoodcockReconstructing Reality in a Digital Age: A Military Case Study Research/Curatorial
2012Randolph, Wayne, Franz Klingender, and Cliff JonesAgricultural Hand ToolsAgriculture/Livestock
2012Lopez, Carol KennisWe Can't Eat Gold: Agriculture in Early Colorado City 1858-1876Research/Curatorial
2012McAuley, BryanDigital Archaeology ReviewEducation/Interpretation
2013Reid, Debra A.Keynote Synopsis: A Brewery Owner's Tale of Involvement with Hale (Patrick Conway, Jr.)ALHFAM
2013Dillon, Clarissa F. Imitation, "the sincerest form of flattery"Living History/Museology
2013Kelleher, TomCider for the Table: Making Cider in Three Easy StepsLiving History/Museology
2013Uthoff, Sarah S.One Room Schools: What's for Lunch?Living History/Museology
2013Uthoff, Sarah S.Thanksgiving: From Pilgrim to PioneerResearch/Curatorial
2013Hook, EileenLooking for Eliza: Using Genealogical Data for First Person InterpretationEducation/Interpretation
2013Baker, EdwardThe Rocket's Red Glare: Bringing Local History to a National StageResearch/Curatorial
2013Meads, Jaynanne RigbyCaptivated: The Silk Cap of Lucy Mack SmithResearch/Curatorial
2013Lynn, ChrisThe Civil War in 3-D: Ballooning in the 1860sResearch/Curatorial
2013Pawling, Richard N.At the Ready: Interpreting the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg through the Spirit of Bugler Oliver Willcox Norton, Co-Composer of TapsEducation/Interpretation
2013Bangall, KyleProject Passenger PigeonResearch/Curatorial
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2013Katz-Hyman, Martha B. Artifacts in ActionResearch/Curatorial
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