Bring American History to Your Classroom, Museum, or Group this Year!
Living History Presentations have been developed to provide a hands-on, live
approach to the study of history in general and our Great Conflicts in
particular. Programs are designed to assist the student in the understanding of
the everyday man and woman who struggled and sometimes died for their beliefs in
turbulent periods in our nation's history. We feature many programs to fit your
The American Revolution
"We hold these truths to be self-evident....."
WW2 The Great Crusade!
"A Thunderbolt Across Europe"!
We offer presentations about the Good War in your classrooms through the interaction with historians and those who recreate a living history experience by becoming one of the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Civilians or Leaders of this time.
Uniformed interpreters present the views of the common man or woman of the period for your students and give them a look at what their very own family members went through, what they wore, what they ate, how they lived both in the field and at home, to help the Free World survive the horrors of the 1940s.
After a morning of instruction, we can conclude the day with a USO dance experience for the students. With the cooperation of your local High School Jazz Band, we can help you transform your gym or cafeteria into an American USO Canteen for an hour or so of dancing, air raids, contests and the feel of what it may have been like to be far from home in a world at war.
We encourage the students to come to school for the day in uniform or period dress and enhance the experience.
The Civil War
"the better angels of our nature...."
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Live Theatrical Program
A stage presentation with and ensemble cast
Stories of American Courage, Longing and Sacrifice.
Have a debate with the Presidents
In the Shadow of Mt. Rushmore
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MEET THE PRESENTERS!
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Biographies of the Presenters.
Click on each of the You Tube Links to view a sampler of our many programs....
New for 2011!
Meet Lynn Vlcek as
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Part 1: Introduction to our Programs
Part 2: American Civil War thru WW1
Part 3: WW2, War Letters Program, & Revolutionary War
Telephone: 630.377.0698 Ask for Phil Lauricella
Don't Know Much About History
Post Office Box 623
Elburn IL 60119
NATIONAL REGISTRY OF LIVING HISTORIANS