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    Default Want To Buy: PIE!

    I'm looking for a copy of Dom Dal Bello's book Parades, Inspections, and Basic Evolutions. Fall Creek has it listed in their catalog but I fear that they can't get a copy. I've looked other places online, only to find one on Amazon running for $99.95! Don't think I want it that badly.

    If any of you have a copy that you are no longer using, I would surely appreciate it and promise to give it a good home. I'm open to a little price negotiation. Please PM me here if you can help.

    Thank you.
    Mel Glover
    -GG grandson of Cpl Christian Greener, 1st Wisconsin Cavalry, Co. F

    -Rob Weaver is my guru:
    -"...one of the characteristics of a good reenactor is the willingness to not be bulletproof."
    -"Be more concerned with your own impression than with anyone else's."
    -"Be a joyful and competent warrior and other reenactors will want to be around you."

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    Until you do find one, I know of a guy who posted a bunch of stuff online which is ready to print. Available is info about guard duty, pickets, camps, marches, parades, musket drill, rifle drill, skirmish drill, battalion drill, and likely a few more things. I just cannot remember the guy's name or how to find his links page which has all this stuff ....
    - Silas Tackitt

    "Civilian Camps are Resource Pigs. Let's do something about that. Hardly an original concept, nor are the solutions. Civilian Camps tend to suck up more of the wood resources of an event because each and every Canvas Palace has to have its very own fire in which to cook its very own Plumb Duff and Roast Beast." - - Terre Lawson, 27 April 2015.

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    You can order it directly from the publisher here:
    http://www.press.armyofthepacific.com/pie.html

    It takes awhile to get it, but you do get it eventually. I think it's the only reliable place to order it.

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    Thanks fellas.
    Mel Glover
    -GG grandson of Cpl Christian Greener, 1st Wisconsin Cavalry, Co. F

    -Rob Weaver is my guru:
    -"...one of the characteristics of a good reenactor is the willingness to not be bulletproof."
    -"Be more concerned with your own impression than with anyone else's."
    -"Be a joyful and competent warrior and other reenactors will want to be around you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silas View Post
    Until you do find one, I know of a guy who posted a bunch of stuff online which is ready to print. Available is info about guard duty, pickets, camps, marches, parades, musket drill, rifle drill, skirmish drill, battalion drill, and likely a few more things. I just cannot remember the guy's name or how to find his links page which has all this stuff ....
    Man what was that website Silas? I remember you sending it out to everyone before Shiloh. I think I have cleared my box since then. I will look

    R/S
    Kyle
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    Google the words "silas" and "drill" to find my links page. Or you could just follow the direct link to the subsection of booklets : http://www.zipcon.net/~silas/links.htm#N_5_I
    - Silas Tackitt

    "Civilian Camps are Resource Pigs. Let's do something about that. Hardly an original concept, nor are the solutions. Civilian Camps tend to suck up more of the wood resources of an event because each and every Canvas Palace has to have its very own fire in which to cook its very own Plumb Duff and Roast Beast." - - Terre Lawson, 27 April 2015.

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