Growing Living History ~ In Good Times & Bad
Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
2011 Annual Meeting and Conference
The Farmstead at WVU Jackson’s Mill
Weston, West Virginia
In today’s tumultuous times, historians and museum professionals continually face the challenge of finding innovative ways to keep the past alive. Visiting new places, experiencing new opportunities, and sharing our individual successes and failures are valuable parts of that process.
We were pleased to have welcomed the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums to West Virginia for its annual meeting June 4-8, 2011. The Farmstead at WVU Jackson’s Mill has a very rich history as an 18th and 19th century rural economic hub, the boyhood home of Confederate General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, and the first state 4-H camp in the nation. 2011 marked 90 years of operation by the Extension Service of West Virginia University.
The Conference Program Booklet are available online as a PDF, so you can review the events of the past conference.
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2011 Annual Conference Proceedings
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