... The term was used in 1790 http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/2/419.htmlthumbelinasmum
On 10/28/17 3:58 PM, barbara bockrath ... It's possible that it wasn't named until 1998, but political correctnesses has always been with us. Beforejoyalbeeson
Thanks muchly for the additional details, Elizabeth, and the pointers to more stays! I suspect that the silk brocade pair are the model for the stays I madeyuoitrew
A few sample topics about reenacting the 18th century include getting started, making clothes, shopping for reenacting goods, choosing an impression, reenacting in the third vs. first person, staging scenarios, performing research, announcements of events, workshops and seminars, “after action reports”, reenacting on the cheap, and “stitch counting”. All discussions are welcome that pertain to the 18th century and to reliving it.
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