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The New England Colonial Living History Group 1680-1760 has a new site and forum…Continue
We need another primitive skills instructor, this is a volunteer position.This position is open to men and women.
Requirements: Must be willing to learn primitive skills and period living skills. Will be required to join our group (membership FREE) and to participate in group activities; will be required to teach skills to group members.
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Where have all the 1940s children gone? © Keith H. Burgess. Where have all the children gone who used to play cowboys and Indians, Davy Crocket and Daniel Boone? Those were the days of high adventure; the Daniel Boone craze on black and white TV. The days when the Hudson Bay Company were still hiring men and boys from England and Scotland and we didn’t even know it!
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Living History is an ideal activity/recreation for families, it is educational, fun, it can be challenging and exciting, and it covers such a wide range of interests, that there is something of interest for everyone.
Experimental Archaeology is the using of historical items to accomplish a period task, the object of the exercise is to discover how certain things worked. Items used can be clothing, foods, equipment, tools &…
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