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Thursday, 31 August 2017
18th Century Woodsman Clothing By Keith H Burgess
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Labels: 18th century, breaches, dress, leggings, living history, men's clothing, moccasins, neckerchief, shirts, Video, waistcoat, woodsmen, woodsrunners
Getting dressed in the 18th century
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Labels: 18th century, clothing, dress, Video, women
Tuesday, 29 August 2017
Friday, 25 August 2017
17C American Women: Women Already in the Chesapeake when English Colon...
17C American Women: Women Already in the Chesapeake when English Colon...: 1585 John White (English artist, c 1540-1593) Indian Woman and Young Girl 1585 The Powhatan Confederacy (c. 1600-1646) was a confederacy ...
Thursday, 24 August 2017
Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Archaeologists Are Recreating Recipes from 17th-Century Ships
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Labels: 17th century, 18th century, experimental archaeology, food, living history, meals, navy, sailing, seafaring, Tall ships
Australian Survival and Preppers..: More Firearms Restrictions! Further Licensing Issu...
Australian Survival and Preppers..: More Firearms Restrictions! Further Licensing Issu...: Property Letters We are encountering issues regarding property letter sizes. Specifically, a change in policy within Police Licensin...
Tuesday, 22 August 2017
Sunday, 20 August 2017
Pirates & Privateers.
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Labels: 17th century, 18th century, Historical, living history, pirates, Privateers, seafaring, seamen, Tall ships
Saturday, 19 August 2017
17C American Women: Africans in Maryland - Slave & Free - Men & Women
17C American Women: Africans in Maryland - Slave & Free - Men & Women: Soon after the settlement of Maryland in the 17C, British ships with Africans for sale as slaves began to appear in the Chesapeake. The Atla...
Friday, 18 August 2017
Lost crew of 18th Century Dutch treasure ship found off coast of Kent
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Labels: 18th century, archaeology, crew, Dutch ship, Historical, Kent England, living history, sailors, Tall ships, travel, treasure
Australia Kent, UK
Thursday, 17 August 2017
BEYOND FUR TRADE: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY COLONIAL ECONOMY OF FRENCH NORTH AMERICA AS SEEN FROM FORT DE CHARTRES IN THE ILLINOIS COUNTRY
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Labels: 18th century, equipment, fur trade, Historical, ILLINOIS, living history
Australia Illinois, USA
Archaeology as a Key to the Colonial Fur Trade PDF
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Labels: 18th century, equipment, Historical, kettles, living history, trade goods
Australia North America
History below The Rapids PDF.
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Labels: 18th century, fur trade, Historical, information, kettles, living history, trade goods
Australia Minnesota, USA
Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Dave's ACT: What was the Australian Aboriginal War like GGGran...
Dave's ACT: What was the Australian Aboriginal War like GGGran...: I'm putting this here for reference. It is a section from my great great grandfather's Reminiscences as written down in the third pe...
Tuesday, 15 August 2017
17C American Women: 17C Estimated Slave Imports into the New World
17C American Women: 17C Estimated Slave Imports into the New World: Estimated Slave Imports to the New World, 17th Century Spanish American 292,500 Brazil 560,000 British Caribbean 263,700 Dutch Carib...
Saturday, 12 August 2017
Replica 17th-century ship sails into Ocean City
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Labels: 17th century, experimental archaeology, living history, sailing, Spain, Spanish, Tall ships
Australia Ocean City, MD, USA
Sunday, 6 August 2017
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Labels: 18th century, clothing, colonial, Historical, living history, period clothing, Re-enactment, shift, underclothing, women
Thursday, 3 August 2017
The Shirttail Mess : "Much tormented with Ticks" . . and Occam's Razor
The Shirttail Mess : "Much tormented with Ticks" . . and Occam's Razor: "Friday, May 26th, 1775. Proceeded up the River. Met 2 Canoes bound to Redstone. Shot an old Buffalo Bull that had his ears mar...
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Tuesday, 1 August 2017
17C American Women: 1586 Ralph Lane's Report on the Colony at Roanoke
17C American Women: 1586 Ralph Lane's Report on the Colony at Roanoke: The first English Colony of Roanoke, originally consisting of 100 householders, was founded in 1585, 22 years before Jamestown and 37 years ...
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