Recreation Living History By Historical Region North America United States Fur Trade and Mountain Man Rendezvous
Living History events encompassing the Mountain Man era in the United States, generally recognized as ending in 1840.
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National Rendezvous and Living History Foundation, organizing group of the NMLRA rendezvous.
1838 Rendezvous Association
Annual mountain man rendezvous reenactment on the Oregon Trail in Western Wyoming; activities include trading, black powder shooting, Native American pow wow, knife and tomahawk throwing, kids events and games, crafts, stories and songs.
Blue Ridge Rifles, Inc.
A self supporting muzzleloading club located on 22 acres of the Blue Mountains, approximately one mile from the Appalachian trail just off Rt. 183 in Summit Station, PA.
George Rogers Clark Heritage Association
A Living History group dedicated to preserving and recreating frontier Ohio (1780-1810), sponsoring reenactments of frontier Ohio events at George Rogers Clark Park, including The Fair at New Boston.
Green River Rendezvous Pageant Association
Presenting an authentic re-enactment of Rocky Mountain fur trade history in Pinedale, Wyoming, the 2nd weekend in July; in conjunction with Green River Rendezvous Days.
Devoted to the re-enactment of the pre-1840 fur trade era in America; in particular to the buckskinners, longhunters, traders and craftsmen of the Missouri and Illinois area.
Mid America Buckskinners
Living history, reenactments, treks, rendezvous, shoots, and gatherings in the four state area of Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas.
Montana 1830's Encampment
Located at historic 1837 "Howell's Camp", described by Osborne Russell in "Journal of a Trapper." A relaxed event leaning toward the serious reenactor and historian. Seminars, shooting events, fantastic camp location.
MT - Brokenrod and Two Rivers Rendezvous
Buckskinning and upcoming events in northwest Montana.
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