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organization for those involved in living historical farms, agricultural museums, outdoor museums of history and folklife, and museums that use 'living history' programming.
http://www.alhfam.org/
Living history center re-creating the old west, from 1820 to 1920. Featuring mountain men, military, pioneer, Indian, outdoor pageant and historical farm.
http://www.americanwestcenter.org/
Working museum of a 19th century Appalachian farm.
http://www.dcmm.org/
Exhibits and programs representing rural American life with heritage breeds of plants and animals and a 19th century village.
http://www.farmersmuseum.org/
Working farm that takes you back to the year 1905, where tillage is done with horses or by hand.
http://www.howellfarm.org/
Outdoor living history museum includes farmsteads, craft buildings, and more.
http://www.landisvalleymuseum.org/
Open air museum in Iowa, dedicated to faithfully restoring the era of the midwestern pioneer.
http://www.lhf.org/
Exhibits include historic structures dating from 1840 to 1910, a working farm, Victorian homes, and more.
http://www.oldcitypark.org/
Working Southern California apple orchard offering living history programs and re-enactments of scenes from the American Revolution, Civil War, and the Old West.
http://www.rileysfarm.com/
Museum and educational facility featuring a restored 1840 farm house.
http://www.dudleyfarm.org/