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The Historical Reenactors Webring is open to all types of historical reenacting. Together, we will make this THE meeting ground for reenactors websites and historical information from all time periods. This ring may include sites on Pre-1840 Buckskinning, Rendezvous, Mountain Man, Am. Civil War, Cowboy, World War I & II, Renaissance, Colonial, French and Indian, Medieval, and other time periods, along with their respective trades, craftsmen, and educators. Join the Historical Reenactors Webring today!

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The Bent Stick
Paul Comstock's books on making and using primitive weapons such as the longbow
Mr. Green's 18th Century Page
Mr. Green is a living history re-enactor portraying a merchant seaman in colonial Maryland during the latter half of the 18th century. The site includes: persona biography, 18th century cooking, essential knots, seamanship, camping links, and links to other 18th century sites.
Thread Bare Stitchery
Custom clothing for the Buckskinner or Reenactor. 1750s, Rev War, Regency, Civil War, Cowboy and Victorian clothing made as historically accurate as possible. Clothing for the whole family
The Wool Merchant's Daughter
Handspun yarns and handwoven fabrics for historical reenactors and discerning knitters. Wool yarns from many breeds available, with an emphasis on natural colored Shetland. The Wool Merchant's Daughter also offers a limited supply of handspun, handwoven fabrics. And, whatever your favorite time period and budget, we can custom make historical reproduction clothing as accurately you desire.
Woodpecker Trading Company
website of Bruce J. "Woodpecker " Meurer...specializing in handcarved Native American figures...the 18th Century Eastern Woodlands cultures. ALWAYS PECKING AWAY AT ANOTHER CARVING..

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