A LIVING HISTORY BLOG.
18TH CENTURY LIVING HISTORY IN AUSTRALIA.
Monday, 29 April 2019
Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Monday, 22 April 2019
Saturday, 20 April 2019
I have updated my equipment of late, I removed the pewter bolster from my hunting knife & fitted a new handle. This one as you can see is antler. Also shown is my fairly new clasp knife.
I finally got round to cutting my Track Of The Wolf brass trade kettle down to a correct documented size! I also made & fitted the correct type of bail lugs for this type of kettle. It is much lighter now, & of course it will take up less room in my knapsack.
I am pleased with the way it turned out, but I know I could have done a better job if I had the right tools for the job.
Friday, 19 April 2019
Sunday, 7 April 2019
17C American Women: Vegetables in 17C Virginia - Some Edible Plants fr...: Although John Gerard reported on a variety of edible plants in his herbal, eating vegetables was not particularly popular in 17C and 18C Bri...
Friday, 5 April 2019
17C American Women: 1631 Young New England Indentured Servant's Urgent...: From the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 2nd Series, vol. 8 (Boston, 1892-1894). The writer is unidentified. March 15...