Links to Reenacting Groups and Historic Places in Texas
Texas Rifles:† http://www.texasrifles.org/
Civil War group many of whose members are now, or have been, Texas Revolution reenactors.
11th Texas Cav Site:† http://www.11texascav.org/
Civil War group who also helps put on the Liendo Plantation Civil War Weekend each November.
Liendo Plantation:† http://www.liendo.org/
An 1950s plantation near Hempstead.† The Home of the Liendo Plantation Civil War Weekend each November.
Alamo de Parras:† http://firstname.lastname@example.org/adp/index.html
This group is dedicated to accurately depicting the Alamoís place in history
Presidio la Bahia:† http://www.presidiolabahia.org/
The significance of the Presidio is that it and the two missions constitute the only surviving example of a Spanish Colonial mission/presidio complex in Texas and one of very few in North America.
San Antonio Living History Association:† http://www.sanantoniolivinghistory.org/
Their goal is to promote greater understanding of San Antonio's multi-cultured heritage through the use of the skills and the art of living history interpretation in schools and at historic sites in San Antonio and Texas.
San Jacinto Volunteers:† email@example.com
They work to preserve the San Jacinto site and to pu on the San Jacinto Battle each year.
The Texian Legacy Association:† http://www.texianlegacy.com/index.html
The main purpose of the corporation is to research, preserve and teach the skills and history of pre-1840 Texas and to foster an interest in the rich heritage of Texas through public living history presentations, demonstrations, reenactments and interpretations.
George Ranch Historical Park: http://www.georgeranch.org/
Brings to life Texas history from the 1820ís to the present on the site of a single ranch.† They also sponsor Texian Market Days each October.
The Alamo:† http://www.thealamo.org/
Itís the Alamo !