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  1. Upcoming Events?
  2. Interpretation techniques
  3. Wallpaper boxes and more!
  4. Please Help!
  5. Harrisburg Civil War Conference March 3-5
  6. Spring directions
  7. "No Retreat..." screening & DVDs March 10th!!
  8. BALL TO SUPPORT VANDALIZED GETTYSBURG MONUMENT
  9. 'Aging' a straw hat?
  10. cold weather men's outerwear questions
  11. Shoe Lasts on ebay
  12. Local events/Workshops
  13. Running for Public Office
  14. Questions from the TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  15. Conference on Women and the Civil War
  16. Visiting Cards
  17. Question Regarding Sanitary Fairs
  18. How to get started
  19. Sidesaddle Camp of Instruction
  20. PRESERVATION BALL SURPASSES GOAL
  21. PRESERVATION BALL SURPASSES GOAL
  22. WARNING TO ALL REENACTORS
  23. 1857 Camping Trip, June 9-11, 2006
  24. Period Books
  25. Case
  26. Workshop on Basic Construction TEchniques
  27. Reenactor Singles
  28. Help!
  29. knitting patterns
  30. Ancestors
  31. Civilian Clothing and Artifact Exhibits
  32. Sheer Dresses
  33. Descendants
  34. Ahh...Young Love
  35. Running for public office
  36. TV News on Gettysburg Reenactments
  37. Tinsmith Coppersmith?
  38. Any Budding Artists Out There
  39. For those who missed this fine exhibit in June 2006
  40. Reenactor singles web site
  41. visiting cards
  42. call for papers
  43. LSFS Conference Nashville
  44. Civil War era Grace
  45. Camp Manners
  46. What About Those Wood Dish Racks?
  47. Tomatoes
  48. Fabric shopping
  49. Back on the list after an absence....
  50. Editing posts limited to 60 minutes
  51. Under-represented male civilian impressions
  52. Period Ball
  53. wool fringe and other necessities
  54. A firm foundation...
  55. Thoughts on entertaining reenactors
  56. Bread Riots
  57. Names now in user info
  58. Are They Really "Sutlers?"
  59. Sleeve Workshop in CT
  60. Support & Development
  61. Happened across this while browsing
  62. "silk" flowers
  63. Corinth, Mississippi
  64. New to the list
  65. Perryville Preservation March
  66. Underpinning Presentation - TV Shock!
  67. Book Review
  68. 1860s Fancy Dress Ball pictures now available
  69. Authentic Hairstyles...anyone have any tips?
  70. Still Photography - Civil War Tent - Brooklyn,NY
  71. Authentic.... Womens clothing... :?:
  72. introducing myself
  73. Fabric for a cloak?
  74. what's your impression?
  75. Wool
  76. Civilianís Canon (any comprehensive list of books within a field)
  77. Pattern Sale
  78. A woman's place...
  79. A Market for Reenactors
  80. Ladies (and Gents), some help please...
  81. What age did girls learn to sew?
  82. A new and interesting site.
  83. Unseen Wounded
  84. A Detail of 1860's Etiquette?
  85. Location of Sutler
  86. Haste makes Waste
  87. Freedom of Speech / Thought
  88. edging on collar
  89. my new outerwear direction: shawl
  90. hoop petticoats
  91. songs from the Civil War era
  92. To Starch a Corded petticoat.....
  93. Nathan Bedford Forrest uniform??
  94. To Starch a Detachable Collar
  95. Mourning
  96. AAR for Harpers Ferry: Beyond the Gallows
  97. Correct Bonnet Fabric
  98. Carpet Blanket Material
  99. Properly fitting women's clothing?
  100. Strange and unusual gifts
  101. Reenacting in a wheelchair?
  102. Great quote
  103. "Dressing for Church"
  104. Handwriting article
  105. Cordaroy
  106. pattern advice please!
  107. Trying to Reach Larry McGrane
  108. Buttonhole scissors
  109. Explaining Death to Children in the 1860s
  110. Book Review - Strange Red Cow
  111. which color blue is this wool?
  112. Henkel Square AAR
  113. Favorite Christmas Songs of the Period?
  114. Prefab buildings
  115. Don't mean to stir up a hornet's nest.....request for help!
  116. Stunning examples of Costume and textile
  117. Beware - Bogus email supposedly from us
  118. Looking for a Band for a Ball on New Years Eve
  119. Harpers Ferry Yuletide AAR
  120. AC Down
  121. AAR-Christmas at Fort Gaines
  122. Sacred Harp/Shape Note Singers! Missouri Harmony
  123. Draughts / checkers
  124. Gettysburg loses its casino bid
  125. Season's Greetings...
  126. Trunk Article Picture Captions
  127. Cdv's short hair & umbrella
  128. A Christmas Hymn
  129. Merry Christmas, everybody!
  130. Southern Literary Messenger
  131. Laundresses..
  132. Yoke for petticoat?
  133. Researching candle lamps:
  134. Hem Guard
  135. Book Review of "The Big Oyster" now available on my blog
  136. DO NOT!! I repeat, DO NOT...
  137. Wool fabric
  138. Flannel Petticoat
  139. Wrapper on ebay
  140. Civilian Sack Coat
  141. Children's Boots
  142. Period Christmas gifts for children
  143. Ladies & Gentlemen of the 1860s Conference
  144. Harness makers?
  145. AGSAS sock pattern
  146. Lady in Black Sutler
  147. Sheet Music paper
  148. Blacksmithing
  149. Miss Euphemia
  150. Minority Religion Impression
  151. Daguerrotype studio sketches
  152. Russian Winter Living History
  153. 19th Century Weddings
  154. I need help!
  155. "easiest" CW pattern line
  156. Your American civil war stories
  157. Lincoln, Baptists and Slavery
  158. the point of correctness
  159. must ask you people that live in usa
  160. The Forum Guidelines have re-surfaced!
  161. AAR-Banks Grand Retreat
  162. Interesting person
  163. Lady's Gloves
  164. Name that implement?
  165. color in wet plate photographs
  166. courting/public behavior
  167. Through the eyes of a handkerchief
  168. Women's Clothing at 1860..
  169. Etiquette of the Street
  170. Contacting Juanita Leisch?
  171. Was Lincoln a Polygamist?
  172. corsets for busty ladies
  173. Re-Enacting with Disabled Child-Few Questions
  174. Meeting single lady reenactors
  175. Patterns for tall male civilian?
  176. Overshirt/workshirt wanted.
  177. Mystery tool
  178. off-topic: digital cameras
  179. Glass Bottles
  180. Undertaking an impression
  181. Cravat Tying 101
  182. Clothing Colors
  183. What careers did women hold?
  184. Leaded glaze
  185. Please help period fashions for my sweetheart
  186. Who Wore What?
  187. New recuit needs help
  188. Correct Skillets
  189. Receipt Books
  190. Help with eyewear
  191. How would one perish......
  192. fan front bodice
  193. Period display advice and examples needed
  194. Straw Bonnet Kit/Pattern
  195. Help with son's attire
  196. correct clothing
  197. Bonnets and plumes
  198. David Gilmour Blythe paintings
  199. Pattern or instructions to make a money belt?
  200. Courting Age
  201. Dime novels reference
  202. Pikeville, KY
  203. KY: who you can't marry, 1860.
  204. Civilians at Down The Valley
  205. Wheel Hat
  206. Hair Jewelry
  207. Lost & Found Item
  208. Looking for a vendor who sells period-correct sleeve garters
  209. Beaded Hairnets?
  210. Wauconda, IL - 1863 Summer Fair
  211. First Person Modified
  212. Looking for someone who makes cross-stitched items
  213. New reenactor sign....
  214. Civilian vs. military
  215. ideas for candlelight tour scenarios
  216. Making a quilt
  217. Attention; Wal-Mart Shoppers
  218. Formal Ball in Wisconsin
  219. Looking for a few adventurous gals
  220. Women's Paletot
  221. Looking for some suggestions
  222. Women Day Dress Fashions
  223. Texas-centric web page
  224. Civil War Manners and Etiquette
  225. Hair
  226. Defending unique items
  227. Underground Railroad
  228. Period Wedding Vows
  229. Lemon Syrup???
  230. The cost of a slave in 1860's???
  231. recovering a parasol
  232. Southern Cook Book
  233. Our Women in the War
  234. Looking for a Gen. Burnside chair
  235. rain protection for ladies
  236. Fabric for free!
  237. An assortment of books
  238. 2008 Ladies & Gentlemen of the 1860s Conference
  239. Can anyone recommend a good source
  240. Ladies Garters
  241. overnight accomodations in Gettysburg
  242. silk fringe
  243. new EBay store w/CW repro items
  244. Colors of Civilian Shoes?
  245. New to it all
  246. Gettysburg Reenactment 2008
  247. Civilians wanted in Central AL group
  248. Civilian immpressions
  249. civilians staying at events
  250. Not the most authentic, but making do