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Discussion Topic  RE: Tobacco Horn (in Accoutrements) by Pare-
That's a good idea. I wonder if a rawhide cover would work for a base plug? I've seen tobacco tins a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Paints-His-Shirt-Red (in Firearms) by Pare-
Yeah, I believe they were presentation guns. This belonged to a Creek Chief. "1 rifle $10 & 1 doubl......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hello. (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Pare-
Talltree - That would be cool. We'll have to check into that. I don't know of any Cherokee relatives......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hello. (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Pare-
Lots of Cherokees went out west in '49 with the Knickerbacher group from NY. Don't know how long the......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hello. (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Pare-
Hanshi, What tribe are you? The Creeks traded with a variety of other Indians. Seminoles didn't exi......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hello. (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Pare-
Thanks for the welcome, guys. Yeah, our removal began in 1836 and ended in February of 1859. I over......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hello. (in Welcome to the 'Fire!) by Pare-
Thanks! There was a small band of Cherokee under Chief Bowles around Little River, north of the Sout......
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Photo Album  RE: Beaver Hunter's Gear (in Folks at the 'Fire) by Pare-
Where did you get your oval striker? I got mine from the late Mike Ameling. Did you use wool flannel......
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Photo Album  RE: Beaver Hunter's Gear (in Folks at the 'Fire) by Pare-
That is probably THE best set of clothing, accoutrements and cookware that I've ever seen. Everythin......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bag. (in Gallery of Accoutrements) by Pare-
Here's a Creek Indian closed woven bag collected in 1856, AMNH....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bag. (in Gallery of Accoutrements) by Pare-
Thanks. Twined bags, whether open or closed-woven, were used by just about every nationality worldwi......
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Discussion Topic  Bag. (in Gallery of Accoutrements) by Pare-
Open-woven twined bag with warp threads dyed in sumac....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Primer Horn (in Accoutrements) by Pare-
Not sure if there are any images or descriptions of hunters or trappers who had priming horns. Here......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bullet molds (in Firearms) by Pare-
That's a good point...we DON'T hear much at all about bullet moulds, much less them being a package ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Buckskins? (in Period Clothing) by Pare-
This was collected near Atchison, KS., north of Ft. Leavenworth. Its one of the earliest pieces with......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Buckskins? (in Period Clothing) by Pare-
Another coat....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Buckskins? (in Period Clothing) by Pare-
Here's a few pictures....
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Discussion Topic  RE: A COOKING POT QUESTION? (in Campfire Cooking) by Pare-
You may have some luck with this link. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: A COOKING POT QUESTION? (in Campfire Cooking) by Pare-
Tin Type, If you're going for authenticity, then I'm not sure that Dutch ovens were considered comm......
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Discussion Topic  RE: 1830's Bullet Pouch (in Period Clothing) by Pare-
Hello, Chuck! I thought that work looked familiar. As always, VERY nice and good information as well......
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