Project SummaryThe Living History Oral History Project is a collection of oral history interviews with living history interpreters and reenactors on video recorded during living history events. The project focuses on the process of research supporting living history interpretation, experiential process, and public interpretation. The interviews were recorded at a variety of locations ranging from Massachusetts to Florida in order to capture the geographic component involved in living history. The interview subjects were selected somewhat at random during visits to living history events or living history museums, but the selection was designed to capture a wide variety of occupations and time periods. Selection of interview subjects was also designed to achieve gender, racial, and cultural diversity. The interviews were video recorded in order to show the interview subject interacting with the material culture involved in living history as well as the geographic environment and interaction with the public.