The Fort: Being a Firsthand Account of the Adventures and Hardships of a Living History Interpreter in the Wilderness of the Upper Mississippi, Having Occurred in the Years 1993-2000

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Have you ever visited a living history museum such as Colonial Williamsburg or Plimoth Plantation and wondered what goes on behind the scenes, when the visitors aren't looking? The Fort is a first person memoir of the daily operation of an early-nineteenth-century living history site. Having interpreted at the site for eight seasons, the author weaves a narrative laced with humor, history and educational theory, relating what does and doesn't work when it comes to visitor-interpreter interaction. While there have been earlier books written on the subject, these tend to be heavily academic in nature; The Fort promises to be entertaining as well as educational, and will appeal to the occasional museum visitor and the professional historian alike.
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September 26, 2011
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