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    if they are in front then you cant see the monitor, that is unless you are useing them for wallpaper ... From: Rose M. Welch To:
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      if they are in front then you cant see the monitor, that is unless you are useing them for "wallpaper"
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      From: "Rose M. Welch" <love@...>
      To: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 5:47:54 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
      Subject: Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Rearch / Resource information






      No, no... That's where some of us keep the men since we didn't allow them man caves. *grin*

      R

      Wonder is the cause of delight because it carries the hope of discovery. -Thomas Aquinas

      --- On Mon, 9/21/09, John < iaenmor@... > wrote:

      From: John < iaenmor@... >
      Subject: Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Rearch / Resource information
      To: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, September 21, 2009, 4:44 PM



      Well if you want to wait in front of the computer please be our guest,

      however there is no reason to do so quietly. Most of the rest of do

      not. ; )

      Iaen

      Rose M. Welch wrote:

      > Waiting quietly in front of the computer monitor, in case we need anything. :)

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      > Rose the Obnoxious

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      > Wonder is the cause of delight because it carries the hope of discovery. -Thomas Aquinas

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      > --- On Mon, 9/21/09, Lindey, Edward F III LTC RET <edward.lindey@ us.army.mil> wrote:

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      > From: Lindey, Edward F III LTC RET <edward.lindey@ us.army.mil>

      > Subject: RE: [SCA-Archery] Re: Rearch / Resource information

      > To: SCA-Archery@ yahoogroups. com

      > Date: Monday, September 21, 2009, 9:19 AM

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      > If you don't have a "man cave", then where do you keep your men so they

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      > aren't underfoot? ;-)

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      > Edward of Freeholt

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      > Vert, a double-bitted axe and on a chief embattled Or an arrow sable

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      > From: SCA-Archery@ yahoogroups. com [mailto:SCA- Archery@ yahoogroups. com] On

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      > Behalf Of Beth Kilburn

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      > Sent: Sunday, September 20, 2009 11:57 AM

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      > To: SCA-Archery@ yahoogroups. com

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      > Subject: [SCA-Archery] Re: Rearch / Resource information

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      > Well, I'm pretty sure us female archers don't have man-caves! LOL.

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      > Eibhlin

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      > --- In SCA-Archery@ <blockedmailto: SCA-Archery% 40yahoogroups. com>

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      > yahoogroups. com, "aharndts67" <aharndts67@ ...> wrote:

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      >> First, welcome to the mind numbing world of Traditional Archery, the

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      > history, and what will end up being something beyond Obsession. (yes I was

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      >> TO add to the pile of books

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      >> The Bowmen of England by Donald Featherstone

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      >> Arrows Against Steel the History of the Bow by Vic Hurley

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      >> The History of Archery by Edmund Burke

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      >> Bows of the World by David Gray

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      >> Form Technique practice,

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      >> The Witchery of Archery by J. Maurice Thompson

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      >> Bow and Arrow by Larry Wise

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      >> Complete Book of the Bow & Arrow by G. Howard Gillelan

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      >> Traditional Archery by Sam Fadala

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      >> Fiction book

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      >> The White Company by Arthur Conan Doyle (before being Knighted)

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      >> Video's

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      >> Archery its History and its Forms

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      >> How To books

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      >> The Traditional Bowyer's Bible Vol.1-4

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      >> Billets to Bows by Glenn St. Charles Video by same Name.

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      >> Osprey Publishing has about 4 different books that are based on English

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      > archery as well as Mounted Horse Archers as well.

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      >> Magazines

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      >> Primitive Archer.

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      >> Traditional Bowhunter

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      >> Other Forums for Traditional Bow Making

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      >> http://thebowyersde <blockedhttp: //thebowyersden. com/forum/ index.php>

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      > n.com/forum/ index.php

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      >> Web Stores

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      >> www.horsefeathersra nch.com - Books

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      >> www.3riversarchery. com - supplies, equipment and tools

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      >> This is but the tip of the iceberg far as Traditional Archery/Medieval

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      > Archery goes....

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      >> Traditional Archery... It will turn your man cave into a workshop, and a

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      > workshop into the Ultimate Man cave.

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      >> --- In SCA-Archery@ <blockedmailto: SCA-Archery% 40yahoogroups. com>

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      > yahoogroups. com, "Omelan" <newhewhen@> wrote:

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      >>> --- In SCA-Archery@ <blockedmailto: SCA-Archery% 40yahoogroups. com>

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      > yahoogroups. com, "Ullrsman" <ashamblin4@ > wrote:

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      >>> Secrets of the English War Bow, Hugh D. H. Soar. English Longbowman

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      > 1330-1515, Warrior Series #11, Clive Bartlett & Gerry Embleton. The Medieval

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      > Archer, Jim Bradbury. Just to name a few. And for fun, The Art of Medieval

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      > Hunting: The hound and the hawk, John Cummins.

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      >>> Just the tip of the archery book pile.

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      >>> Omelan

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      >>>> Greetings, Everyone.

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      >>>> While I am not currently a member of the SCA (life, finances, and

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      > family concerns being a priority lately), I am increasingly interested. I am

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      > a lurking member of this list, listening and learning a great deal. Thank

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      > you, everyone, for writing.

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      >>>> That being said...I find myself with some time on my hands and a

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      > desire to form a persona.

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      >>>> Where on the internet might one be able to find information about:

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      >>>> - Welsh Archers

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      >>>> - the trading center of Jorvik, Northumbria (modernly known as York,

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      > England), specifically the years it was an active place to be

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      >>>> I do have "Longbow - A Social and Military History" by Robert Hardy in

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      > my library. I also can find another book about the major archery battles of

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      > the Hundred Years War - the title escapes me - from my local library. Any

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      > other sources of information will be greatly appreciated.

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      >>>> Thank you, in advance,

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      >>>> Adrian

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