Museums and Living History sites where Spanish Colonial historical interpreters are found or gather for special events.
Castillo De San Marcos National Monument
Features information on accessibility, events, educational programs, management, news, history and culture.
Dana Adobe
Located in Nipomo, California. Provides historical details, information about education, fundraisers, calendar of events, links to related sites, newsletter, and photos.
El Presidio de Santa Barbara State Historic Park
Offers a description of the park, information on archaeology, research, educational program and news.
Fort Mose Historic Site
Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose, or Fort Mose, was the first legally sanctioned community of freed slaves in what is now the United States. Articles on the history of the Fort during the French and Indian and Revolutionary War.
La Purisima Mission
La Purisima Mission State Historic Park contains the eleventh of twenty-one Spanish Missions established in Alta California. This site shows off through some picture tours (Java) the location and events of interest to Spanish Colonial reenactors, along with schedules of events.
Mission San Luis Apalachee
Contains materials from the early settlement and capital of La Florida from 1656 to 1704. It includes on-line collection of materials from the museum, and directions.
Mission San Luis de Apalachee Gallery
This section of Exploring Florida contains photographs related to Florida's Mission San Luis de Apalachee, sorted into convenient categories. These collections show the richness of the environment for Living History. The Florida Legislature may approve reconstruction of the Presidio in 2005-2006.
Rancho de Las Golondrinas
The Ranch of the Swallows, a Spanish Colonial living history museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Soldados (1820 or so) and Colonial civilians can be seen in the pictures.
San Juan, Puerto Rico - National Historic Site
The National Park Service maintains this historic site in Puerto Rico, which dates back to the Spanish Colonial era. The area looks as interesting as the Castillo San Marcos in San Augustin, FL.
San Pasqual Battlefield Site Location Project
The San Pasqual Battlefield Site Location Project has several articles and several pages of pictures of past reeenactments of the battle, won during the Mexican War by the Californios against the US Dragoons.
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