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Last updated: September 2022

Links to Resources
& Other Sites of Interest




on-line groups for 18th Century Interests

Facebook group for 18th Century re-enactors
Public Facebook group for American Revolutionary War re-enactors.
Private Facebook group for American Revolutionary War re-enactors focusing on high levels of historical accuracy.
Private Facebook group focusing on 18th Century Living History



NOTE:  Not all wares sold by sutlers are historically accurate or appropriate.  If accuracy & authenticity is desired or required, check with the sutler for documentation or a knowledgeable
re-enactor before purchasing.

Books, canteens, pocket knives & other high quality accoutrements.
Starter breeches and shirts, belt knives. 
Excellent source for yard goods, clothing patterns.
C&D Jarnagin Company - Leather accoutrements, footwear, & tin ware.
Muskets (Pedersoli), and misc. shooting supplies
Reasonably priced yard goods.
Cordwainers – period shoes.
Highly crafted tin ware.
Canteens, half gaiters, shoe and knee buckles, muskets (Pedersoli), and bayonet carriages.
100 % Hemp rope, webbing, & fabrics
Starter shirts, breeches, waistcoats, and stockings.  Better hat blanks, hand axes.  Bulk buttons and miscellaneous items. 
Reproductions of period military manuals, broadsides, maps, & forms
Muskets & bayonets.
Period correct paint for wooden items
High quality reproductions accoutrements.
High quality reproduction tin ware.
Books, patterns, & accoutrements including oil cloths.
Books, camp supplies, moccasins.
Reproductions of period books & papers
18th Century styled tents.
- American Revolutionary Wedge Tent

Black powder weapons & accessories.

Late 18th & early 19th century nails
Excellent source for yard goods, thread, clothing patterns, sewing notions, knee and shoe buckles.  Often has hard to find fabric types.


General sites on the American War
for Independence

The American Revolution from the PBS series
The American Revolution  National Parks web site


Warner’s Area of Operations

Fort Ticonderoga (NY)
His Majesty's Fort at Crown Point
Crown Point Historic Site
Ile aux Noix, Canada
Mount Independence (VT) State Historic Site
Hubbardton Battlefield (VT) State Historic Site
Bennington Battlefield (VT)
Fort George (NY)


Other Re-enacting Organizations & Units

The Continental Line
Brigade of the American Revolution
Northwest Territory Alliance
The Burning of the Valleys Military Association
The British Brigade

2nd New Hampshire Regiment,
Cherry's Company of L.i.
The Company of Select Marksmen
3rd New Hampshire Regiment The King's Royal Yorkers
United Train of Artillery 24th Regiment of Foot
Whitcomb’s Corps of Rangers  


Research Resources

Slide shows of material culture.
Face Book page album images with great details about clothing construction.
Center of Military History
Special collections - 18th Century maps
 at Library of Congress
The Royal Collection Trust -

maps of the Seven Years War (1756-63)
Maps of the American War of Independence (1775-83)

Vol. I., Contents
Texts on line
Weekly blog entrees of interest to living historians including foods, social practices, material culture
The Fort's youtube channel


18th Century Social Interests

Re-print of 1789 dictionary of slang
1780 dictionary
Tutorial & explanations
Expressions from Private Yankee Doodle
How to write & read 18th Century correspondence


Hand Sewing Techniques & Patterns

Knitting patterns

Neal hurst tailor {web page} {youtube channel} -

Expert 18th Century tailor tutorials & discussions: stitching, breeches, shirts,waistcoats
Video tutorials from Burnley & Trowbridge
Video tutorial from Stuart Lillie at Fort Ticonderoga
Video tutorial from Gibb Zea at Fort Ticonderoga