The North American Frontiersmen

1750-1843

 
 

  Smoke Signals

                Jul./Aug. '09

 

 

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Bill shares the join rendezvous with Anasazi Free Traders and the North American Frontiersmen. Next year make plans to attend.

Edible foods, foraged and cultivated along with related information needed for a comfortable camp with Buck Conner.

Mike Moore shares a few interesting facts and renditions from the fur trade.

Howdy Davis shares some good mountain skills for survival when out and about in cold weather.

"SnakeOyl" sets us straight about some items he would like to see in our camps; per John "We need more hoes in camp".

Elmer Doolittle answers a readers question on freezing a beaver..

Randy Bublitz shares some of his experience with traveling to different places and making new friends.

Who was first in St. Louis, the French or the Spanish?

This question seems to come up when period trekking is mentioned. What or how will you travel?

From the time of the colonies and through the Indian Wars most common recipes found.

NAF's "Trade Room" - here's the place to sell your period items at no charge to you. All deals are handle by you the seller and your purchaser, we just provide the place to advertise your wares.

A good source of organizations, historical sites, living history settlements, period magazines and web sites.

A list of some of the folks that support and advertise with us.

Here's your reference location for those that supply your needs for this sport of living in our father's foot steps.

 

 

 

 

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updated  07/10/2009   

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