Books Available From

Graphics/Fine Arts Press:

Living History: Drawing on the Past

A Re-enactor's sketchbook of Artifacts and Sights 

Who Was I? Creating a Living History Persona

A Modest Guide to the Hows and Whys

Walk Softly

Moccasins in the context of the Primary Documents
(and other selected sources)

Pyrates In Petticoats

A fanciful & factual history of the legends, tales, and
exploits of the most notorious female pirates

Recreating the American Longhunter 1740-1790

by Joseph Ruckman

An exploration of the life, clothing, and gear of the
 longhunter of America's frontiers.

Whatever Shall I Wear?

by Mara Riley, Illustrated by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

A guide to assembling a woman's basic 18th century wardrobe.


Other titles in the works include:

Clothing for a New Era; A Basic Guide to Women's Federal * Regency * Empire Costume, by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

Down Dolly Hill; a Concise Compendium of Simple Early Dolls & How to Make Them (Or teach your children to), by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

A Briefe Historie of the Miniature Portrait by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

Clothing Does Make the Man; A Guide to Men's 18th C. Common Clothing, by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

The Shirt Off His Back; A Documented Guide to 18th Century Shirts and Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Recreate Them, by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

A-Hunting We Shall Go; A Documented Guide to 18th Century Hunting Shirts and Step-by-Step Instructions on How to Recreate Them, by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

Music and Merriment in a Young Country, by Cathy (Kate) Johnson

Common Clothing 1730 - 1820, by Cathy (Kate) Johnson



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