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Frontier Era Bookstore
& Reading List

Here, we hope you will find some further reading on this period and possibly even buy a book from us! As we go along, we will be adding more and more books (and movies) through our association with Why buy here? Well... in buying a book through us, you help support reenactor.Net (and our surprisingly HIGH server bill) AND keep the site free. As we have just revamped this area, we are in the process of setting this up now.

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Reenacting and Living History Resources

A Pilgrim's Journey by Mark A. Baker -- This book is a compilation of the first ten years of Mark Baker's column from Muzzleloader Magazine.

I don't know about you, but I have been a fan of Baker's for years... his ideas and articles are not only useful for his time-period, they also translate well to other time periods. Mark Baker truly IS one of the leading lights of "Experimental Archeology."

A Pilgrim's Journey contains over 300 pages of treks, scouts, hunts and how-to. Baker shares his knowledge and insights gained from wilderness experiences, extensive research, and from his partners and mentors along the way. Join Mark as he takes his pilgrim's journey back to the 18th century frontier. From flintlocks and moccasins to shooting bags and knapsacks, Baker explores the way of life of the Colonial woodsman. Learn about the clothing, accoutrements, food and skills from an era that helped forge the American Spirit and a new nation. Softcover. 306 pages with over 250 quality illustrations and photos, including many new photos in and updated layout.

A Pilgrim's Journey Volume Two by Mark A. Baker -- This book is a compilation of the next ten years of Mark Baker's column from Muzzleloader Magazine.

Join Mark as he continues his pilgrim's journey back to the 18th century frontier. From flintlocks and moccasins to shooting bags and knapsacks, Baker explores the way of life of the Colonial woodsman. Learn about the clothing, gear, food and skills from an era that helped forge the American spirit and a new nation.

Tidings from the 18th Century -- A great book that will help anyone with their 18th Century impression. Not only that, any impression of the Frontier era will be helped by reading this material. Not only does it show you things like sewing techniques, but also other crafts and it does so in a period manner. I can't say enough good things about this book!

Buy it!

Book of Buckskinning -- Step back in time and learn how to relive the American frontier. First published in 1981, this bestseller is the standard against which other frontier living history books are judged. Ten authors bring their expertise to the subjects of The Philosophy of Buckskinning, How to Get Started, Rendezvous & Shoots The Lodge, The Guns, The Clothing, Accoutrements & Equipment, The Skills, Women in Buckskinning and The Crafts. 208 pages.

Book of Buckskinning II -- More in-depth information on how to re-create life on the American frontier. Techniques, patterns and instructions for everyday work and living in the wilderness. Chapters include Why Buckskinners Create, Working with Leather, 18th Century Clothing, Horseback Travel, Design and Construction of Powder Horns, Firemaking, Traveling Afoot & By Canoe, Making Camp Gear and Gun Tune-Up & Care. 264 pages.

Book of Buckskinning III -- Solid buckskinning information written by the most knowledgeable people in buckskinning. Subjects include Historic Guns & Today's Makers, Quillworking, Trade Beads, 18th & l9th Century Cooking, The Hunting Pouch, Beadworking, Techniques for Making Footwear and Period Shelters. Also includes a special color section showing beadwork, quillwork, authentic frontier outfits and trade beads. 240 pages.

Book of Buckskinning IV -- Add to your knowledge and enhance your buckskinning lifestyle and skills with chapters on Traditional Blacksmithing, Blankets in Early America, From Raw Hides to Rawhide, Styles of the Southwest, Smoothbores on the Frontier, Trade Silver, Backwoods Knives, Lighting the Primitive Camp and Historic Sites & Museums. 260 pages.

Book of Buckskinning V -- Continues the buckskinning series of practical frontier living skills with chapters on Fur Trade Indian Dresses, Old-Time Music & Instruments, Trade Goods for Rendezvous, Tipi Know-How, Engraving & Carving, Historic Sites & Museums II, Games, Sports & Other Amusements and Pack Saddles & Panniers. A special color section features the dress of fur trade Indian women and horseback photos. 260 pages.

Book of Buckskinning VI -- The sixth book in our buckskinning series continues the tradition of first rate historical information and hands-on frontier craft skills. Chapters include The Traditional Hunting Pouch, Horse Gear, East & West, Making a Wooden Bow, American Powder Horns, Frontier Trail Foods, Old-Time Shooting Matches, Period Trekking and Finger Weaving. Color section features horseback trips, powder horns, hunting pouches and fingerwoven sashes. 226 pages.

The Book of Buckskinning VII -- Buckskinning VII continues the tradition of first-rate historical information and hands-on frontier craft skills. Chapters include Clothing of the Rocky Mountain Trapper, 1820- 1840; Indian-influenced Woodsmen of the Cane; Tools & Techniques of Bark Tanning; A Wardrobe for the Frontier Woman, 1780-1840; A Typical Day's Journey in Winter; Goods of the Trunk Maker & His Trade; Art & Writing on the Frontier and Great Lakes & Eastern Woodlands Knife Sheaths. Color section features original art and artifacts plus reproductions. 260 pages.

The Book of Buckskinning VIII -- Continuing the Buckskinning series with another book with first-rate historical information and hands-on frontier craft skills. Chapters include: Gear of the Rocky Mountain Trapper, Beaver Hunting, Wing Shooting with a Flintlock Shotgun, History of the Horse in the Fur Trade, 18th Century Tatooing, The History & Trade Ledgers of Fort Hall, Independent Women of America's Past, Beadwork in the American West before 1850, and The Evolution of the Cocked Hat.

Firearms, Traps and Tools of the Mountain Men by Carl P. Russell -- This encyclopedic guide to the equipment of the trappers and fur traders who opened the Old west is a unique reference work that can be classified either as a history or as archaeology. It describes and discusses hundreds of iron artifacts - rifles, shotguns, hatchets, axes, knives, traps, and miscellaneous tools - used by the mountain men from the early 1800s to the mid 1840s. Illustrated with over 400 drawings, the book begins with a useful background history of the western fur trade. The book will send every frontier buff scurrying to re-examine his rusty treasures, and every museum of western lore to set up new exhibits.

Last Stand at Old Man's Creek by Eugene C. Stevens -- In the spring of 1832, 275 Illinois militiamen under the command of Major Isaiah Stillman were sent on a mission to capture or destroy the infamous Chief Black Hawk and subdue the warriors that followed him into Illinois to reclaim their homeland. Stillman?s expedition earned the title of the ?Forlorn Hope,? as they found themselves up against superior numbers of warriors with the very real possibility of being completely wiped out. A small contingent of Rangers held their ground and covered the retreat of their fellow Rangers. Many lost their lives, but many others lived to tell the truth about what had really occurred on that day. Last Stand at Old Man?s Creek is the true and correct story of what occurred and the aftermath of the battle that would smear the names of the men who were there. This finally answers the questions that have lingered for nearly two centuries about the circumstances surrounding the surprising defeat of the militia on that fatal day.

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Frontier Era Sutlers

This will be where we list those sutlers and vendors who supply Frontier Period clothing, equipment and other Accoutrements. As we have just revamped this area, we are in the process of lining up sutlers now.

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Fort Chambers Inc.


Fort Chambers Inc. — BLACK POWDER GUNSHOP — Muzzle Loaders are our only business! Choose from Flint, Percussion, Inline, Gunsmith and Black Powder. Fort Chambers specializes in muzzle loading equipment only! We have been in business for over 25 years, with a combined experience of over 100 years. We stock a wide variety of muzzle loading accessories, Which includes Leather Shooting Bags, Powder Horns, Cleaning Supplies, Building Supplies, Black Powder, and many other Parts and Accessories for the Shooter, Hunter, Builder.



Fort Chambers is a distributor for many quality manufacturing companies. We distribute for the following companies: Ox Yoke Originals, Speer Balls, Birchwood Casey, RMC, Goex Black Powder.

These products are of the finest quality that you have come to expect and rely on. We carry a large selection of parts for you to repair your muzzleloader. If you would like, we have our own in house gunsmith, that can take care of warranty work or repair work as needed. If you would like to build a rifle, we have what it takes to do the job right. At Fort Chambers we take the time to listen to your problems and to answer questions so that you can enjoy the sport of muzzleloading!

*Note from Marsh: I go there. I like this place. They take care of their customers! Without a DOUBT, one of the greatest gun shops I've ever been in -- they don't have the normal "puffy-people," know-it-alls that inhabit most gun stores.

If you are in Pennsylvania, make it a POINT to visit Fort Chambers! If you can't do that, visit their website! And you ask, why them vs. all the other gun websites? SERVICE! Need I say more? ~M.

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Frontier Era Buckskinning and Muzzleloading Parent Organizations

This is the area where we list the different Umbrella Organizations for the Frontier era. There are a lot of different organizations ranging from the American Mountain Men, to the Coalition of Historical Trekkers, on to modern shooting groups like Replica Percussion Revolver Association and more. Not to mention the National Rifle Association!

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Frontier Era Historical Links

Links to different sites on the web pertaining to the Frontier Period!
Forts, Museums and other neat stuff.
Give 'em a look!

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Tiyospaye Indian Tipi Camp (USA, SD) -- Living history Lakota indian tipi village.Tipi lodging, activities, workshops.Come and live with Lakota families in a 19th century plains indians tipi encampment. A unique native american learning experience!!

Fort Concho - T X .
Fort Toulouse / Fort Jackson, Wetumpka, AL--
Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site--Nova Scotia, Canada
Museums & Historic Sites
Frontier Culture Museum--
Ft. Atkinson Historical Park--
American West Heritage Center - Utah
Ghost Riders
Ghost Towns--
Index of Native American History on the Internet
Laura Ingalls Wilder
El Rancho De Las Golondrinas -" The Ranch of the Swallows " -New Mexico
Oklahoma Living History Directory
Old west Living history Foundation
Pre 1840's Buckskinning

Spain,The United States and the American Frontier-bilingual
Other Historic Places of Interest...
David Thompson Things -The History of Rocky Mountain House.....
Spanish Colonial Heritage Sites
Guides and Other Cool Things
Ol' Buffalo Muzzleloading Guide
A Beginners Guide to Woodland Indian Reenacting
The Historical Marker Database-This is just real neat....

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Frontier Era Buckskinning and
Muzzleloading Shooting Groups

On this page, you'll find links to websites that belong to either Buckskinning or Muzzleloading Shooting Groups. Both modern blackpowder and period reenactment groups are represented here.

This is a good place to get started in joining a group--find one located near you and visit their site. E-mail them and ask questions to see if this is the group for you. Soon, you'll be on your way to a great new hobby! We encourage you to visit these sites and ask questions.

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Alabama State Muzzleloading Association (USA, AL)--Dedicated to the promotion of the safe and responsible use of muzzle loading firearms for hunting and target shooting and to the preservation of the history of early American firearms. To promote higher standards of sportsmanship and good fellowship among those that participate in such sport.
Arizona Cactus Cappers (USA, AZ)--The Arizona Cactus Cappers is an NMLRA chartered muzzle loading gun club, one of the many user groups that sponsor matches at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility - Phoenix, Arizona

Armory Hill Living History Association (USA, CA-North State)--We are a re-enacting group and resource for other re-enactors focusing on pre-1840 American history. The Web site offers information on many aspects of the hobby including camp and trail cooking, character development, newcomer tips, product reviews and feature articles.


Black Hawk War Society 5th Regiment U.S. Infantry, Capt. Highsmith's Company, 2nd Regiment (USA)--We are a group dedicated to the Black Hawk War of Illinois and Wisconsin, 1831-1832. We attend various living history and reenacment events in the Illinois and Wisconsin areas.

Blue River Longrifles (USA, IN)--NMLRA Chartered Club. The Blue River Longrifles, Inc. were founded in 1983. We are a Charter Club in both the National Muzzleloading Rifle Association, and the National Rifle Association. The object of the club is to encourage and advance organized shooting of Muzzle Loading Firearms, and to promote higher standards of sportsmanship, safety, and good fellowship among those who participate in such sports.
  Brookings Renegades (USA, SD)--Home page of the Brookings Renegades - Brookings, South Dakota
  Blue Ridge Rifles Inc. - (USA , Summit Station , PA)
  Bell's Fort Free Trappers-(USA , Pueblo , CO)
The Colorado State Muzzle Loading Association- (USA ,CO)
Chisholm Trail Antique Gun Association Inc. -(USA , Wichita , KS ) - The Chisholm Trail Antique Gun Association was founded in 1957 in Wichita , Kansas as a not-for-profit corporation organized for the purpose of serving the interests of collectors and shooters of antique and antique-replica firearms and to help preserve the craftmanship and history of the arms of our forefathers for the enlightenment and enjoyment of future generations.

Ohio Valley Mountain Men, inc. (USA, Big Pine Range neer Wheeling , WV) -- Ohio Valley Mountain Men, Inc. is an association that is dedicated to the pre-1840 era of American History. Shooting, hunting, camping and trapping were all parts of life for the mountain man. Our goal is to promote and educate people about this era and black powder firearms. With monthly shoots and an annual Rendezvous, we can relive those days when a good shot meant more than meat on the table. It was the difference between life and death.

Davy Crockett Long Hunters (USA, TN)--Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
  The Fort Lee Scouts  (USA, Charleston , West Virginia) -- The Fort Lee Scouts are a group of men and women who reenact the period 1750-1795 on what was once the western Virginia frontier.├????  Our goal is to preserve and demonstrate this period of history to the public. Our clothing, camps, accoutrements, food and personal items emulate those that were used in the second half of the 18th century.├????  The Fort Lee Scouts organize and participate in various living history events, reenactments and educational demonstrations.
Fort Erie Muzzle Loaders - (USA - PA )-
  Lancaster County Long Rifles-(U.S.A.-PA) We hold our rendezvous each year the end of April to the end of the first weekend of May at Muddy Run Park near Holtwood , PA . Lots of events : Archery , Hawk & Knife , Seminars , Kids Events , Highland Games , Rifle Range , Wood Walk , Overnight Trek and Clay Bird Shoot...
De Falsterske Sortkrudtskytters (Denmark)--The BP Shooters from Falster - a small island in Denmark The club was started in 1992 and we are offcourse member of the Danish Black Powder organisation "Danske Sortkrudtskytter". We are currently 50 members.
Dogg Clann Muzzleloaders (USA, PA)--Pre-1840 Black Powder and Rendezvous Club - Darlington, Penn. The Clann holds two rendezvous a year. The first is June 14th thru the 16th. The second in the last weekend in October. We hold SHOOTS and SEMINARS all weekend. The ladies seem to really enjoy the ALL WOMENS ROUND ROBIN, and the kids just love the fall rendezvous. There are lots of GAMES and PUMPKIN CARVING, and of course TRICK OR TREAT!!! Once the pumpkins are lit the camp is a site to behold!!!!
  New Jersey Frontier Guard-(USA , NJ)
  Muzzle Loaders Association of Great Britain (UK) -- The MLAGB was formed in 1952
and is the Governing Body for muzzle loading within the UK.

Its objectives are to encourage an interest in muzzle loading firearms;
to promote, regulate and safeguard their use;
and to preserve their freedom of collection.
Eastern Platte Muzzleloaders-- (USA, NE)--Our muzzle loading organization was founded by a handful of individuals in 1975. From the start, we have been a family organization fully involved in shooting black powder guns and pursuing and practicing the daily skills utilized by our forefathers in the early days of our country. Our primitive wilderness facility holds a 54 position muzzle loading range, called "Tunder Valley",
  Flathead Valley Muzzleloaders (USA, MT) --Kalispell, Montana
Florida Frontiersmen (USA, FL)--The Florida Frontiersmen are a group of men and women who have banded together to preserve the skills of our first settlers, pioneers and mountain men in their use of muzzle loading firearms and the equipment and accouterments that accompanied such use before 1840.
├????  Forest Hills Black Powder Brigade (USA, OR)--We are a family oriented club dedicated to the sport of Black Powder Shooting and re-enacting the lifestyle of the old Fur Trade/Frontier era (roughly 1750 to 1840).  We do have a good share of single members in our fold, as well. We welcome anyone interested in Black Powder Shooting and/or experiencing life of the good ole days.  Many of our youth members are active in Scouting Programs throughout the area. Many of our adult members are former Scouts and some are still active in mentoring roles.

Our Range is located about ten miles west of Yamhill Oregon, near the Flying M Ranch. A map and directions cane be found here.  We welcome everyone to come on out and visit us.  We have members that live as far away as Olympia, WA and Lincoln city, OR.  If your drive may be too far, we can certainly help you in locating a club nearer to you.  There are many groups like ours throughout the Pacific Northwest and the United States.  Check out the Links page to find other Northwest area clubs.  Our main goal is to get people involved in our great hobby, regardless what club they are in. 
Fort Hill Ramrods Black Powder Shooters (USA, MO)--The object of this organization shall be the encouragement of organized rifle and pistol shooting among citizens of the United States .  It shall be our further object and purpose to futher the development of those characteristics of honesty, good fellowship, self-discipline, team play and self-reliance which are essentials of good sportmanship and the foundation of true patriotism.
Fort Steele Patriots (Canada, BC)--The Fort Steele Patriots is a division of the Cranbrook District Rod & Gun Club located in southern British Columbia.
Free Trappers Lodge (USA, WA)--
  GARAGE RATS Archery and Black Powder Club (USA, PA)--
Great Darkwolf's Home Page (USA, UT)--President and co-founder of Clan of the Medicine Wolf
  White Oak Society (USA, Minnesota) -- We are a hearty group of gentlemen and voyageurs. They are talking about the rendezvous. Later they may talk about the fur trade, sing some songs, perhaps talk about the winter to come. It is a time of adventure, challenge, dangers, and rewards!
Historiche Wapens (Netherlands)--Muzzleloading in the Netherlands

Hit & Miss Muzzleloaders (USA, GA)--We promote the sport of blackpowder shooting and tries to increase knowledge, safety and appreciation of muzzleloading for future generations.
Iowa Long Rifles (USA, IA)--We are a group centered around Marengo, Iowa interested in the preservation of the fur trade era. Open to all people interested in the pre 1840s period.
  Kansas Traditional Muzzleloading Assn. - (USA , KS)
  Kentucky Corps of Longrifle -(USA , KY )-Our group is over 300 strong and represents Kentucky inthe tradition we think our forfathers would have expected...
  James River Black Powder Club -(USA , VA)

Mid America Buckskinner Info Page (USA, MI, IA, NE, KS)--Missouri - Iowa - Nebraska - Kansas (LOTS of interesting BP links)* NOTE : This site went under but left some neat reading....
  Morgan County Longrifles (USA, IN) -- We are a non-profit club dedicated to preserving the era of the Muzzleloading  rifle. We attempt to do this by using and maintaining traditional Muzzleloading firearms. Also, during many of our events we strive to practice the lifestyle of the American Frontier prior to 1840.

We hold monthly shoots that are normally scheduled on the second Sunday of each month. We hold a Rendezvous in the Spring, Fall and Winter each year, and a Two Day Shoot each Summer.
Mountain Men of the Wasatch (USA, UT)--Preserving For Tomorrow The Pioneer Arms, Craftsmanship, And Skill Which Bore Freedom And Liberty* Celebrating our heritage through the sport of Muzzleloading. We have monthly shoots at Holladay Gun Club with our Club Meeting the first Thursday of every Month. We are a Charter Club with the NMLRA and we Shoot Muzzleloading Rifle,Pistol,Shootgun,as well as Black Powder Cartridge.
North Dakota Muzzle Loaders (USA, ND)--Minot, North Dakota
Olalla Long Rifles (USA, WA)--We are a Muzzleloader / Blackpowder Club who have banded together to preserve the skills of our first settlers, pioneers, and mountain men in their use of muzzle loading firearms and the equipment and accouterments that accompanied such use in the pre 1840's era. Our Rendezvous, Club meetings, and Monthly Shoots, are held at the Poulsbo Sportsman's Club in Poulsbo, WA USA
  Pineywoods Buckskinners (USA, TX)--Pre-1840's buckskinning club located in Eastern Texas with monthly shoots and local rendezvous. We are a family club; wives and kids are welcome. We have members all over the East Texas area. We currently have forty-one members. We have five to six rendezvous a year starting in October. Most from the members make it to the Southwestern each year.In the warmer months we get together and work on our Mountainman skills. Some of our pass activates are brain tanning deer hides and making gourd canteens. In July we have a BBQ and swim party. If its not too hot maybe a shooting match or knife and hawk throw.
  Plainsmen Black Powder Club (USA, ND)--The Plainsmen Black Powder club was chartered in 1972 having a goal of promoting the safe use of black powder guns for fun and competition. As a club, we sponsor our own shoot and rendezvous in May. The rendezvous is a re-creation of a pre-1840 camp set up to trade with the mountain men and voyageurs of yesteryear.
  Oregan State Shooting Association - (USA , OR) -The OSSA is looking for someone interested in the shooting sport to head up our Black Powder program . If you are interested , Please contact us....
  The Scandinavian Mountain Men (Sweden) -- The Scandinavian Mountain Men are dedicated to the preservation and study of the frontier people involved in the North American fur trade by means of literary research and experimental archaeology.
Pulver Sch├???├??├?┬╝tzen Solingen (USA, Germany)--A black powder club in Solingen, Germany!! Okay, I kept tring to go and aol kept refusing me, soooo I went to google and did the search for 'em. Still wouldn't come up, but there was a nice "cached page" this means google saved it ;-) Anyway, it's auf Deutsch, but I can read that ... Due to the many inquiries, concerning the Vorderladerei (muzzleloading), years ago we decided to put up this web site, in order to answer a part of these questions and to create a platform for our hobby.
San Diego County Muzzle Loaders (USA, CA)--NMLRA Chartered group. the home page of the San Diego County Muzzle Loaders black powder shooting club. This page is updated on a regular basis. San Diegans are fortunate to have a muzzle loading match almost every weekend .
  San Luis Obispo Muzzleloaders (USA, CA)--A group which is located on the Central Coast of California where I grew up. Never met 'em though, I was with a group from Atascadero...
Schietsport Vereniging Dutch Muzzleloaders Voor de Zwartkruit Schutters en Western Evenementen in Nederland (Netherlands)--A black-powder club in the Netherlands (English Version also) - Links to various European clubs. 
  Smokey Ridge Muzzleloaders (USA, IA)--Home page of the Smokey Ridge Muzzleloaders Club in Iowa Falls, Iowa
Sourland Mountain Muzzleloaders (USA, NJ)--Sourland Mountain Muzzleloaders Inc. was formed in the early 1980's as a non-profit, educational organization founded on the basis of preserving our early American heritage through living history and the safe use of muzzle loading firearms and equipment.
The Jefferson Longrifles, Inc. (USA, TN)--Muzzleloading club located in Tallahassee, Florida. The Jefferson Longrifles is a Muzzle Loading Rifle Club, made up of individuals who subscribe to the principles of the National Rendezvous and Living History Foundation and the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association.
  The Little Butte Mountain Men, Ltd. (USA, OR)--Eagle Point, Oregon
The Seneca Muzzleloaders (USA, OH)--We are a group of Living Historians dedicated to the preservation of the lifestyle during the pre 1840's era. We are a family oriented club, catering to all ages. Many of our members are Muzzleloader shooters, Hawk and Knife throwers, Archers, Artisans, Musicians, Craftsmen, but mostly, just plain folks! We hope that you will visit us soon and relive the ways of our Fore Fathers.
The Trappers of Starved Rock Inc. (USA, MO)--CLUB OBJECTIVE: The club is a not-for-profit organization. It is dedicated to bringing together those individuals who are interested in the history, building and shooting of Muzzle loading firearms, and the recreation of that past period of American History.
Twin Cities Muzzleloaders Club (USA)--We are a non-profit organization striving to promote interest and participation in the collection, shooting and building of black powder firearms. Located in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, we sponsor a number of shoots and events.
  UK Shinin' Times (UK)--The official web site of the UK Buckskinners. The mission of this site is to encourage interest and stimulate research, here in the UK, into the early history of the Americas, particularly concerning the North American Fur Trade. There are many living history enthusiasts here in the UK .Indeed, it may be that some of our American Brothers (& Sisters) might like to visit a rendezvous or shoot while holidaying in the UK.
WESTERNHOBBY (Germany)--A muzzleloading and buckskinning site in Germany! This site is in German.  
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