From Graphics/Fine Arts Press:

Who Was I?

Creating a Living History Persona

A guidebook to the hows and whys of creating a persona. This book will help the reader save unnecessary expense and frustration; included are the reasons for creating the persona and the advantages thereto. Also included are well-documented sources, ideas, lists of possible activities for men, women, and children, and sketches that provide an overview of common clothing from our past. A must for beginners and seasoned reenactors, according to EAL, On The Trail, Muzzleblasts and Muzzleloader.

 "A wonderful, informative, bright read," according to historian Mark A. Baker, author of  Sons of a Trackless Forest. "This book should be of interest to anyone involved in the interpretation of history, a worthy addition to the field and a great resource," says Dr. Jay Anderson, author of Living History Sourcebook and Time Machines.

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Second printing, Softbound

$9.95 + shipping




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