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Blog of the Week: Of Sorts for Provincials

This week’s blog comes from someone I’d had the honor to reenact with and look to as a resource on all things back country, Seven Years War, and Virginia. 6 more words

Blog Of The Week

Dutch Oven Creamy Chicken & Rice

I made this dish by taste at the Battle of Pleasant Hill 2016 reenactment. This recipe will yield about 4-6 servings. Possibly 8 if you are serving food to liddles as well :). 248 more words

Chloe's Cottage

I Lack a Title for This.

In my public history class, we spent a week on reenactors and the hobby. We read Confederates in the Attic, a book about Civil War reenactors. 535 more words

Battle of Pleasant Hill Part 3

I woke up late on the Sunday (the last day of the reenactment) and I mean *late*. It’s very unusual for me to be up after 7:30 at events, but for the first time in my life it happened. 505 more words

Chloe's Cottage

New Project: 1812 U.S. Army Fatigue Frock

This week, I’ll be starting a new project: Reproducing an enlisted soldier’s War of 1812 period fatigue frock. The original is in the collection of the… 51 more words


The Historical Reenactor Accuracy Wars

Romie Stott at Atlas Obscura has a fascinating piece on the problems of accuracy in reenacting the Civil War: The Historical Reenactor Accuracy Wars | Atlas Obscura


Battle of Pleasant Hill Part 2

After a delicious lunch from my awesome little Dutch oven we went to go watch the Saturday battle.

The Union Calvary were the first out on the battlefield. 299 more words