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Recreation: Living History: By Topic: Costumes: Period: 18th Century
- Provides documented reproductions of items in use in 18th century North America. Items include books, buckles, cooking equipment, clothing, and tools such as picks, axes and knives.
- Sutlery and clothing reproductions for reenactors; primary focus is working class, 1740-1770. Calendar of events, men's and women's garments, arms and weapons, and links collection. (Dalton, New York, USA)
G. Gedney Godwin
- Focus is on military reproductions. Includes uniforms, patterns, shoes, hats and wigs, camp supplies, armaments, and medical instruments.
History In The Making
- Specializes in men's military and civilian wigs. Also offers costumes, hats and footwear. Online catalogue of different styles and time periods.
Jas Townsend and Son
- Supplies reproduction items. Includes clothing, camp gear, tents, books, music and props designed for re-enacting the periods from 1750 to 1840.
- Women's and girl's folk patterns; includes instructions and illustrations. Brief histories of item originations, catalog with images, ordering information. (Upton, Massachusetts, USA)
The Scarlet Scarab
- Buckskin clothing, oilskin cloth, waxed cotton, capotes, witney blankets, wool blankets, ring brooches, All-One-Tribe drums, handforged fish hooks.
Smiling Fox Forge
- Large assortment of re-enactment goods including clothing, blacksmithing supplies, buckles and belts, sewing supplies, swords, tableware, tents and toys.
Thread Bare Stitchery
- Custom and ready-made reenactment clothing for men, women, and children. Specialty is 1750s era. Online catalog, order form, and annual event. (Chatfield, Minnesota, USA)
Tory Tailor & Mercantile
- Offers custom made individual colonial clothing pieces, full clothing ensembles, toys, tableware, and music. (Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA)
- Provides hand-woven blankets, sashes, and straps, as well as handmade shooting bags, haversacks, knapsacks, and other accouterments for the reenactor or anyone interested in the decor of early America.
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