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Civilian members of regimental units

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Lynne, I am in the Huntington (NY) Militia. We are a non military unit and we are also a member unit of the BAR. There are other militia units in same.
colonialstitcher
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Apr 17

Reliable Standards

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Oh, Carol - now, I see the problem. I spend my 9-5 hours explaining local municipal ordinances to residents so I automatically include a reason for why you
ladylambart
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Apr 10

Re: Education

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Martha, I listed these 2 books as I was asked the source of a quote I gave. I listed both of them as I am not sure which of the two contained the quote. Meryl
colonialstitcher
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Mar 28

Schools in the Americas

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Per DH's reading and what we have heard at reliable historic sites, in some cases slaves who could read were considered more valuable in the 18th century. A
colonialstitcher
12
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Mar 20

Mantua - Early Pattern

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Thank you !
optimumdiesel
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Mar 14

Keeping men's stockings up

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If you wear period drawers, and the stockings over them, the stockings tend to stay up nicely even without garters. -- Chris Bertani
Chris Bertani
20
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Mar 12

straw hat for a 12 y-o boy?

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No, not Dirty. It was Karl Koster some years ago. The hats were hand sewn and 100% correct. I don't know if he still does that or not. Dirty is mostly
Fitzhugh Williams
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Mar 6

Fiber Arts - Spinning

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Makes sense, Thank you.
optimumdiesel
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Feb 28

tatting? Hendriks 1790 portrait of Jacob Feitama and his wife Ekizab

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... FYI, the "tatman" site can still be found inside the Wayback Machine: http://web.archive.org/web/20140718180456/http://www.tribbler.com/tatman/ To get to
Sue Felshin
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Feb 27

Women's rights in Law and Practice

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Something I noticed - in the deeds of North Carolina - was that they have both the husband and wife's name. I wasn't sure if this is significant? Possibly a
optimumdiesel
17
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Feb 23

Re: Digest Number 995

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Hi Barbara, In colonial Massachusetts (excluding modern day Maine) the frontier was maybe the western quarter of the state. Cape Cod was generally clear cut
sherpadoug
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Feb 22

Inventories - Interpretation

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The Spertus Jewish museum in Chicago has lots of them, in many styles, for sale. Sent from my iPad ... The Spertus Jewish museum in Chicago has lots of them,
Bonnie St. James
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Feb 21
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