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YearIssueVol. No.AuthorTitle
Content Category
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2016Fall46-3Kelleher, Tom
President's Message
Editorial
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2016Fall46-3
Boardman, Katie
Editor's RoostEditorial
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2016Fall46-3Bent, SarahAs If By Magic?
Education/Interpretation
5
2016Fall46-3Dillon, Clarissa
Is the Water Safe?
Education/Interpretation
6
2016Fall46-3
Callahan, Liz; Harley, Kajsa; Pronteau, Brendan
The Power of Water at Hanford Mills Museum
Education/Interpretation
7
2016Fall46-3Sanders, Linda
A Ditch in Time: The Spanish Colonial Acequias in the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
Education/Interpretation
8
2016Fall46-3Kley, Ron
Vaughan Homestead Plumbing
Education/Interpretation
9
2016Fall46-3Reid, Debra A.
Resource Review: Roshara Journal: Chronicling Four Seasons, Fifty Years, and 120 Acres
Review
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2016Fall46-3Kelleher, Tom
Resource Review: A Field Guide to Identifying Woods in American Antiques and Collectibles
Review
11
2016Summer46-2Kelleher, Tom
President's Message
Editorial
12
2016Summer46-2
Boardman, Katie
Editor's RoostEditorial
13
2016Summer46-2Seelhorst, Mary
The Foundations of ALHFAM or "Shall We Cut The Weeds?"
Editorial
14
2016Summer46-2
Briscoe, Virginia Wolf
Living Historical Farms
Agriculture/Livestock
15
2016Summer46-2
Anderson, Jay A.
Foodways Programs at Living Historical Farms
Living History Skills
16
2016Summer46-2
Kelsey, Darwin P.
Historical Farms as Models of the Past
Agriculture/Livestock
17
2016Summer46-2Woodcock, Mick
Announcing the Schlebecker Awards Winner 2016
Editorial
18
2016Summer46-2
Boardman, Katie
What I Have Learned About Schlebecker Awards Winners
Editorial
19
2016Summer46-2
Belluscio, Lynne
History is Her-story
Living History/Museology
20
2016Spring46-1
Sulock, Elizabeth and Hammerstrom, Kirsten
Risky Business: Living History Events in Traditional Museums
Education/Interpretation
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2016Spring46-1Fuller, Deb
Costumers Who Aren't Reenactors
Education/Interpretation
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2016Spring46-1
Grandey, Savannah
Dig Never
Education/Interpretation
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2016Spring46-1Dudeck, Pam
Hearthless: How One Cooking Group Handled Being Homeless After a Cabin Fire
Education/Interpretation
24
2016Spring46-1Kelleher, Tom
President's Message
Editorial
25
2016Spring46-1
Boardman, Katie
Editor's Roost: Living History and Transitions
Editorial
26
2016Spring46-1
Wagner, Matthew
Resource Review: Programming for People with Special Needs: A Guide for Museums and Historic Sites
Review
27
2016Spring46-1
Wagner, Matthew
Resource Review: Programming for People with Special Needs: A Guide for Museums and Historic Sites
Review
28
2016Winter45-4
Hammerstrom, Kristen
Interpretation and Disruption in Historic House Museums
Education/Interpretation
29
2016Winter45-4Kelleher, Tom
Message From the President: Interpreting the Past
Editorial
30
2016Winter45-4
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: Living History Lives On
Editorial
31
2016Winter45-4
Bullat, Samantha
Contemplating Compromise
Education/Interpretation
32
2016Winter45-4
Putman, Tyler Rudd
Breaking the Fourth Wall of Living History: When Inaccuracy Makes for Good Interpretation
Education/Interpretation
33
2016Winter45-4
White, Matthew C.
"Do You Guys Own Slaves?" A Case Study of a High-Minded Living History Event
Education/Interpretation
34
2016Winter45-4Sproul, Kate
The Graveyard for the Enslaved at the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
Education/Interpretation
35
2016Winter45-4Belolan, Nicole
We Will All Be Phony Colonies
Education/Interpretation
36
2016Winter45-4Arenz, Deb
Wisconsin Agriculture: A History (Apps)
Review
37
2015Fall45-3Kelleher, Tom
President’s Message: Sustainability
Editorial
38
2015Fall45-3
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: The Long Haul For Us All
Editorial
39
2015Fall45-3Frazee, Jennifer
Member Forum: Historic Gardening at the 2015 ALHFAM Conference
Editorial
40
2015Fall45-3
Nosek, Elizabeth
Sustainable Visitor Service with a Historical Twist
Education/Interpretation: Visitor Services
41
2015Fall45-3
Braden, Caroline
Exploring the Field of Visitor Accessibility at the LEAD Conference
Education/Interpretation: Visitor Services
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2015Fall45-3Elder, Cindy
Withstanding Change
Administration
43
2015Fall45-3Kelleher, Tom
De Zwaan: The True Story of America’s Dutch Windmill (Crawford0
Review
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2015Fall45-3
Ingraham, Mercy
Early American Cast Iron Holloware: Pots, Kettles, Teakettles, and Skillets 1645-1900 (Tyler)
Review
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2015Fall45-3McCabe, susan
Environmental Sustainability at Historic Sites (Sutton)
Review
46
2015Fall45-3Muney, Lauren
The Market Revolution. Jacksonian America, 1815-1846 (Sellers)
Review
47
2015Fall45-3Braden, Donna
The Oregon Trail: A New American Journey (Rinker)
Review
48
2015Fall45-3
Woods, Thomas A.
A Settler’s Year: Pioneer Life Through the Seasons (Ernst)
Review
49
2015Summer45-2Kelleher, Tom
President' Message: The Best Kept Secret in History
Editorial
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2015Summer45-2
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: Sharing the Richness of Gardens
Editorial, ALHFAM
51
2015Summer45-2
Katz-Hyman, Martha
2015 Schlebecker Award Recipient: Introduction
ALHFAM
52
2015Summer45-2
Woodcock, Michael L.
2015 Schlebecker Award Recipient: Address
ALHFAM
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2015Summer45-2Trotter, David
Member Forum: Blade Sheep Shearing Workshop Report
ALHFAM; Agriculture
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2015Summer45-2
Heinrichs, Christine
American Poultry Association Flock Inspection Program
Agriculture/Livestock
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2015Summer45-2
Lawhon, Victoria
Bacon’s Castle Garden: The Oldest English Formal Garden in North America
Agriculture/Livestock
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2015Summer45-2
Dillon, Clarissa F.
No Rototiller For Me
Agriculture/Livestock
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2015Summer45-2Brodowski, Pat
A Weed by Any Other Name
Agriculture/Livestock
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2015Summer45-2Wildfong, Bob
Heritage Potatoes at the Waterloo Region Museum
Agriculture/Livestock
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2015Summer45-2
Ingraham, Mercy
A Book of Cookery:...by a Lady (Walters)
Review
60
2015Spring45-1Reid, Debra A.
President' Message: Interpretation Nation
Editorial
61
2015Spring45-1
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: What We See, What We Discover
Editorial
62
2015Spring45-1
Boardman, Katie
Tradition of Deceit: A Chloe Ellefson Mystery (Ernst)
Review
63
2015Spring45-1Jones, Cliff
Member Forum: Peter M. Ledwith, 1953 – 2015
Editorial, ALHFAM
64
2015Spring45-1Carle, Kandie
The Rejuvenation of the Strong-Howard House in Windsor, Connecticut
Curatorial, Education/Interpretation
65
2015Spring45-1Glatfelter, Heidi
Canal Quarters: Furnishing Historic Structures for Use as Overnight Accommodations
Curatorial
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2015Spring45-1
Nosek, Elizabeth
Making History Live in a Country School
Curatorial, Education/Interpretation
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2015Spring45-1Potvin, Ron M.
Chasing the White Whale? Flexible Use of Museum Collections
Curatorial
68
2015Spring45-1
Woodcock, Michael L.
Furnishing the 1936 Ranch House: A Problematic Study
Curatorial
69
2015Winter44-4
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: Traditions and Trends
Editorial
70
2015Winter44-4Reid, Debra A.
President’s Message: Take your Training at an ALHFAM Regional
Editorial
71
2015Winter44-4
Boardman, Katie
Member Forum: Museums and Textile Craft – The State of the Union
Editorial
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2015Winter44-4Goody, Rabbit
Member Forum: Museums and Textile Craft – The State of the Union
Editorial
73
2015Winter44-4Spicer, Gwen
Preservation and Storage of Period Clothing and Textiles
Curatorial
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2015Winter44-4
Jack, Angelina M.
Spinning & Weaving at Sherbrooke Village: A Photographic Essay
Living History Skills: Textiles
75
2015Winter44-4
Shaw, Thomas G.
Recreating the Traditional-Cut Shirt
Living History Skills: Textiles
76
2015Winter44-4
O’Brien, Bridget
Fashion, Fabrics and Fripperies: A Granddaughter’s Guide to Fashion
Research
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2015Winter44-4Cheney, Brock
The Pedagogue’s Corner: Behaviorism Applications for Tourists
Education/Interpretation
78
2014Fall44-3Reid, Debra A.
President's Message
Editorial
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2014Fall44-3
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: Textiles of Our Lives
Editorial
80
2014Fall44-3Demlow, Kay
The Next Step to Realistic Clothing
Living History Skills: Textiles
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2014Fall44-3Bevin, Lynn
Starting an Historically-Accurate Clothing Program at Your Historic Site
Living History Skills: Textiles
82
2014Fall44-3
Myklebust, Andrea
Hand-Processing Flax For Linen
Living History Skills: Textiles
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2014Fall44-3Fuller, Deb
Unraveling Knitting at Historic Sites
Living History Skills: Textiles
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2014Fall44-3Reid, Debra A.
Textiles and Agricultural History: What Questions to Ask?
Curatorial
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2014Fall44-3Cheney, Brock
The Pedagogue’s Corner: Information Processing Theory: Brain as Computer
Education/Interpretation
86
2014Fall44-3
Reiger, Jennifer (Groom)
Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity
Review: Textiles
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2014Summer44-2Reid, Debra A.PresidentEditorial
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2014Summer44-2
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost:Come to Our Senses
Editorial
89
2014Summer44-2Powell, Bob
A View from the Harness Maker’s Bench
Agriculture/Livestock:Trades
90
2014Summer44-2Spicer, Gwen
Less is More: Caring for Your Leather Artifacts
Curatorial
91
2014Summer44-2Carle, Kandie
The Use of Furs in Presentational Programs
Education/Interpretation
92
2014Summer44-2Cheney, Brock
The Pedagogue’s Corner: Constructivist Learning, Part 2
Education/Interpretation
93
2014Summer44-2
Wall, Kathleen M.
Seeking the Historical Cook: Eighteenth Century Southern Foodways (Moss)
Review
94
2014Summer44-2
Boardman, Katie
Teaching History with Museums: strategies for K-12 Social Studies (Marcus, Stoddard, Woodward)
Review
95
2014Spring44-1Reid, Debra A.PresidentEditorial
96
2014Spring44-1
Boardman, Katie
Editors’ Roost: Up and Coming
Editorial
97
2014Spring44-1
Corson, Barbara
MemberEditorial
98
2014Spring44-1Lauderdale, Jim
Focus On: Texas Living History Association
Living History/Museology
99
2014Spring44-1Glatfelter, Heidi
Put Technology to Work For You: Tools That Will Monitor the Web and Tell You What You Need to Know
Administration
100
2014Spring44-1
McCormack. Lauren
War of 1812 Bicentennial at the USS Constitution Museum
Site Reports
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