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http://www.oldfortniagara.org/

Find archaeology facts, events, history of the fort, minutes from the Falls. Site of battles, sieges, trading and conquest. Preserved as it stood in the 1700's.

http://www.britishbrigade.org/

Events, musket drill, contacts for organization of re-enactors honouring memories of British and American men serving their country during the War of Independence.

http://www.cnm1775.org/

Find detailed identity information about ships and men served in Revolutionary War Massachusetts Navy, contacts, history, newsletter, images of naval militia with Pine Tree Flag, in authentic reproduction of Navy uniforms at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.

http://www.2ndsc.org/

Are a volunteer living history organization dedicated to recreating the daily activities and experiences of one of the Second South Carolina Regiment.

http://www.geocities.ws/

Rome, NY reenactors portray those who served in Savage's Detachment. History, muster rolls, events, pictures, and membership information.

http://www.6thpa.org/

6th Pennsylvania Regiment is a Living History organization, documenting lives of Colonists serving in the American Revolutionary War.

http://www.tewscompany.org/

Non-profit living history association dedicated to recreating the life and times of Rhode Island soldiers of the American Revolution in the 1778 campaign.

http://www.redcoat.org/

Factual history, colours, uniforms of 18th Century British foot regiment located in Boston famous for shedding the first blood of the War for Independence.

http://www.42ndrhr.org/

A bagpipe band from Lafayette, Indiana, re-enacting the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of the late 1700s.

http://rwfia.org/

Re enactors portray a British unit in the American Revolutionary War; links, image gallery, description of cooking excavations and camp kitchens in history.

http://www.kingsrangers.org/

Second Battalion of the King’s Rangers re-enactment group honoring British and American soldiers and families who served their country. Find pictures of campaign seasons, contacts, and brief historical perspectives.

http://www.great-war-assoc.org/

Committed to honoring those who served in World War One. Allied units, Central Powers units, events schedule, articles, photo gallery. Eastern USA.

http://www.45thdivision.org/

This group honours veterans who served in the 45th Infantry Division during World War II, and sponsors a BSA Venturing Crew for youth members.

http://www.perthregiment.org/

Recreating part of the Canadian Perth Regiment, which fought in the Italian campaign and later joined the rest of the Canadian forces to drive the enemy out of Holland. With Unit history and uniform details.

http://www.wwiifederation.org/

A reenactment event celebrating the one of the last great battles of the Second World War.

http://www.redarmyonline.org/

The intent of this electronic dacha is to educate the general public about Red Army re-enacting and provide a central point of contact for Red Army re-enactors world-wide.

http://www.hearttohearthcookery.com/

Hands-on classes, demos, slide and lecture programs for colonial and Native American cooking from the 17th through 20th centuries.

http://www.modaruniversity.org/

Medieval cooking articles, recipes and links.

http://www.concealedgarments.org/

The Textile Conservation Centre at the University of Southampton explores the folk tradition of concealing clothing in the fabric of buildings. Includes a database of garment finds in the United Kingdom.

http://www.celticgarb.org/

Nobility garb of the period. Additional notes on crafts and re-enacting the lifestyle and culture of this time.

http://www.faucet.net/

Research paper on 12th century garb, and some pictures of 15th century garb

http://www.medievalscotland.org/

Sharon L. Krossa's articles and resources regarding clothing in pre-modern Scotland

http://www.fifedrum.org/

Playing standard traditional fife and drum music. Photographs and a list of music they perform. Hackettstown, New Jersey.

http://mattatuck.org/

Includes video, photos, history, and schedule.

http://www.wickedtinkers.com/

A Scottish Bagpipe and Drum Band specializing in Scottish, Irish, and Celtic music; biographies, photo gallery, contact information, events schedule.

http://www.jimhancock.com/

Renaissance Faire performer and singer plays guitar, mandolin, bass and cittern with folk songs from Ireland and everywhere else. Biography, photos, events schedule, CDs and audio files.

http://menageriemusic.com/

Jon and Lisa Butts in Period costume sing and play hammered dulcimer, guitar, and flute, performing music from medieval to modern. Events schedule, photo gallery, CDs and audio files.

http://www.chestertowncriers.com/

Town crier and costumed Regency speaker services as well as after dinner speaking. Features profiles and photos. Chester, United Kingdom.

http://www.knightforhire.com/

Reenactor with full armor and horse portrays military life in the Age of Chivalry for educational and general events; photo gallery and contact information.

http://texasvictorianlady.com/

Two-woman show. Demonstrations include Victorian tea parties, period fashion shows of bridal and maternity customs. Fees and contact information.