Live and virtual presentations to organizations on various topics of history while highlighting principles of leadership, teamwork. These lectures can be done in living history attire.
Thematic lectures deal with particular audiences to address specialized topics (i.e. Black History Month, Military History, Civil War Studies) We look at the challenges faced during a particular moment in time, how the event affects us today, and problem solving to identify ways that those issues could have been resolved.
Student tours that will focus on teaching U.S. and various other types of history. These tours coincide with state educational standards and would be a supplement to a schools’ social studies curriculum.
Contracted tours provide customized private tours (four hour minimum) for groups that need a guide-only to step onboard their bus, or groups who need the itinerary, guide, and bus package.
Content development- JWMHA has developed films on various topics and is developing historical content to support schools and home schools that can be utilized in the classroom.
Video Documentaries (Vlogs) -recordings of 2 ½ minute video segments, mainly in period attire, dealing with various topics in history. Some of these may be in a series.