- Cooperman Fife & Drum Company - Fifes, Rope Tension Drums, Frame Drums, Drum Sticks
This is a great site for re enactors looking for authentic drums and fifes. Note, this is a business web site, but it has information that the historian could use as a source.
- Feast of the Hunters' Moon
The Feast of the Hunters' Moon is a recreation of a gathering of French and Native Americans at a fur-trading outpost in the mid - 1700s.
- Fox River Traders Home Page
An online catalog that offers many historically correct items to re-enactors.
Historically correct merchandise for 18th century reenactors from the French and Indian war to the fur trading and rendezvous era.
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- Georgian - Early American - 18th Century
The Acanthus web site has reprints and facsimilies of books used during the 18th century. These books will make a great addition to the reenactors library. Especially useful for recreating actual recepies of the period.
Books of the past for kitchen, household and garden. Recipes and food history from ancient Greek and Roman times through the Medieval, Renaissance, Elizabethan, colonial and Victorian eras. Gardening and herbals. Etiquette manuals.
- Hand Forged Knives by Swamp Fox Knives-forged by Tim S. Ridge, Bladesmith
Tim S. Ridge, Bladesmith is the maker of fine hand forged knives and accouterments for the 1750-1865 time period of American history. These wares are researched and are suitable for museums, movie productions, and serious collectors.
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- HM 17th Regiment- Veni et Vici
This is the internet homepage of the recreated CLayton's Company and contains a regimental history of the 17th from its creation in 1687 through 1784, documentary extracts from primary sources relating to the regiment, and information about the recreated Clayton's Company. Clayton's Company is based in Providence, Rhode Island, with members in Connecticut and Virginia and portrays a battalion company of the regiment as it appeared throughout the war. Our primary focus is on commemorating the service of the officers and men of the 17th Regiment by accurately portraying that unit in appearance and discipline.
- Medicine River Trading Company Moccasin Mail
This is the Rendezvous list of events found on the Medicine River Trading Company site. You will also find interesting links and loads of supplies for your reenacting needs.
- Meet Benjamin Franklin
If you would like to meet Ben Franklin, check out this page and request an appearance from this re enactor.
- Outwater's Militia home page
This is the unit that reinacts the original unit from Bergen County, New Jersey.
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- Privateers & Sailors in the 18th Century New England
This suttlers Web site by Dave Valentine, specializes in tinwork. Another offering is the owners presentation of life in the 1750's during the French and Indian war.
- Reconstructing History Patterns
Reconstructing History is dedicated to producing quality products with a high level of historical accuracy. You can order custom made period costumes from these folks. This site is a great place for the reenactor.
Reconstructing Historyâ¢ produces a full-line of historical dressmaker patterns and clothing geared towards re-enactors, makers of replica clothing and aficionados. Our products are exacting in historical detail.
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- Redcoats Boston reenactment
This is the home site of the British First Foot Guards, later known as "The Grenadier Guards". Here you will find information about the Boston, Massachusetts based reenacting Unit. This extensive Web site includes pictures of the Unit and articles about the American Revolution.
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- Regiment von Bose
Not all of the British Regiments fighting in the Colonies were British in origin. This particular Regiment was one of the Hessian Regiments that fought in the Colonies during the Revolution. You can learn about this recreated Regiment on their Web site.
- Richard Baldwin - Regimental Tailor
This Web site is a place for reenactors who wish to purchase authentic, custom made clothing. It has some great photos of clothing worn during the period.
- SoloTogether/History, Politics, Science Alive
This is the homepage of New England's solo performers, historical interpreters and living history educators, that bring History to life.
- St. Clair Flats Historical Encampment
The site is about a historical encampment in Algonac Michigan, the re-enactors portray life in the Great Lakes region during the mid 1700's.
- THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR RE-ENACTING UNIT MASTER LIST
This list was originally created by Brian Cortez of the 2nd Massachusetts Regiment of the Continental Line but now resides on Michael D. Meals Revwar.com site.
- The British Brigade
This Web site has information about the British and Loyalist forces that served in America during the American Revolution.
- WELCOME TO THE TENTH REGIMENT OF FOOT WEB SITE
Information on the British 10th Regiment, who recreate the regiment as of April 1775, can be found on their site.
- White Oak Society - Deer River, Minnesota
The society recreates the life of the fur trade in the Great Lakes region during the late 18th century.
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