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Catching up (a little)

So much has happened since my last post, and I don’t know quite what to include and what to skip over (my poor memory will take care of some of this problem). 1,090 more words

Indiana

Tennesseans For Living History

We are a group of friends who have come together to educate people about  history with a focus on Tennessee and America through historical interpretation. Each of our members has a special set of skills or knowledge that they are eager to share.  111 more words

American History

Symposium Takeaway: Meg Thompson

There are many reasons to travel 3,000 miles, including being part of the Emerging Civil War’s Second Symposium. It is wonderful to put faces to names, and to see friends I have not seen for a year. 408 more words

Emerging Civil War

Historia Mundi - part II

As I said in my previous post, I went along with my sister (and her boyfriend and their kids) to Historia Mundi, a history event in Sint-Truiden (Limburg, Belgium). 41 more words

English

Historia Mundi - part I

About two weeks ago, my sister invited me to an event called Historia Mundi. At this event, located at an old army airport base in Sint-Truiden (Limburg, Belgium), several periods of history were potrayed by hundreds of re-enactors. 87 more words

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#amromaning or Why I haven't been writing

As I may have inferred, I do this funny little hobby on the side called Roman Re-enactment.

I get a certain amount of ribbing from my beautiful spouse about it. 922 more words

Roman