Amie Clark is a veteran living historian, having been involved in various areas of the hobby for over 20 years. Researching and fielding a wide variety of impressions in many different settings, she has also portrayed a number of historic figures through out the years.
Amie's passion lies in portraying the lower working class of the South. She has done extensive research in this area and enjoys the constant challenge of accurately showing this under-represented population to the spectators. Her favorite area of study is the Granny Woman, the midwife and healer of the Southern Appalachian and Ozark Mountains. This oft-forgotten character study has allowed Amie to achieve a level of familiarity with the poor Southern people of the era not often found among her peers. Amie's children are a large part of her impression and as a family they strive to work together to continually improve their presentation.
Amie has been married to a fellow reenactor for 14 years. Together they have three children and reside in Raymond, MS. She is a member of ALHFAM and has done extensive work at the Mississippi Agriculture Museum.