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Journal Articles Vol 1, #1

Introduction

By Definition--Period words; Cropsick, Sorry

Survival; Notes on Hunting and Fishing, Firearms, daring Escapes, Clever Ruses, etc.

American Immigration into Spanish Illinois 1780-1800; Part 1; Steve Wilson

Drums Along the Missouri--a new Indian group forming

Q & A; fabrics on the frontier, clothing for laundresses

Colors of the Frontier, Part 1

Clothes Lines--Notes on Footwear

Trivia: Corn-tanned Leather

Foodways: Clark's Other Journal; Dave Hinkley

Trail Food Notes

A la' Francais

Musical Notes

Character Sketches--Mrs. Wells, Benjamin, Sarshel, and Millie Cooper

Wants and Needs

 

Journal Articles Vol. 1, #2

Colors of the Frontier, Revisited

By Definition; Cool Nants, Slamkin, Packthread

American Immigration into Spanish Illinois 1780-1800; Part 2: Americans and their Earliest Settlements; Steve Wilson

Musical Notes; Of Musical Washing Machines and Other Eighteenth Century

Instruments of Music; Barbara Duffy

Survival: Notes on Hunting and Fishing, Firearms, daring Escapes, Clever Ruses, etc.

Q & A; painted guns, heart-shaped reinforcements on shirts

Clothes Lines: on Matchcoats

Clothesline Review: Had on the Took With Her

Foodways: Pitot's Observations on the Colony of Louisiana from 1796 to 1802; Tariff List: Dave Hinkley

Trail and Backwoods Food Notes

Wants and Needs

Women on the Frontier: Mad Anne Bailey

Trivia: Cleanliness is Next to Impossible. Or is it?

 

Journal Articles Vol. 1, #3

Relentless as Fire, Following the Path of the Sun: Native American Painted Faces

By Definition: Rigolet

Ye Musical Notes: Shopping Lists for Period Music: Barbara Duffy

American Immigration into Spanish Illinois 1780-1800; Part 3: Steve Wilson

Survival: Notes on Hunting and Fishing, Firearms, daring Escapes, Clever Ruses, etc.

Q & A: heart-shaped reinforcement, popcorn in 18th Century

Colors of the Frontier; a Never-ending Story

Clothes Lines: Capotes and Blanket Coats

A Noted Appearance: Unusual Clothing Notes

Foodways: Life in the Village of Chartres: Dave Hinkley

Trail and Backwoods Food Notes

Wants and Needs: documentation of foodstuffs of the middle waters, the Colonial Seamstress, soap, pocket flask

Trivia: Winter Thoughts for a Coming Season

Women of the Frontier: Millie Cooper (again), Liwwat Boke on equality, 1830

 

Journal Articles Vol. 1, #4

Swearing and the Meaning of Words

By Definition--Breachy, Tob, Purchase, None-so-pretty

Rene’ Descartes, Scientific Method and Historical Research--or I read it, therefore it's right--Dave Hinkley

Music for Settling the New Territories--Barbara and Dennis Duffy

Planting the past, having your history and eating it too!--Steve Wilson

Survival--designated driver, the hunter's lot, Boonslick

Q & A--Brackenridge's Female Maniac, Snowshoes

Clotheslines--Shortgowns

A Noted Appearance--suspenders, Boone's station leather, Major Anderson's pockets in hunting shirt

Foodways--Coffee on the Frontier

Trail and Backwoods Food Notes--rose buttons, persimmons

Wants and Needs--information on French in Oklahoma, Ft. Cavagnolle, hand-knit mitts or Balmoral bonnets, oilcloth, Krause musical reference, brazier, linen bags

Trivia--turnip lamp

Relentless as Fire--more on Native American paint

 

Journal Articles Vol. 2, #1

Fernando de Leyba, Friend of the American Revolution, Gary Liming

By Definition--Haslet, Fair Chance

Musical Notes--what song lyrics can tell us about dress and custom

Survival--Doddridge on deer hunting, Warren Johnson on snake bite

Planting the Past, part 2, Steve Wilson

Q & A--tricorns, indigo

A Noted Appearance--dancing in a shirt, pink-gingham hunting frock, Estwick Evans

Foodways--Coffee, revisited

Wants and Needs--winter footwear, Miles knives and strikers, Steve Short rope

Travel in the 18th C.--canoes, lake travel, horse travel (Wm Brown)

Women of the Frontier--Betty Zane

Les Francais--food, corn

Chi-Square and Iron Pots--research, Dave Hinkley

Trivia--blow pipe-barrel bellows, chocolate, leaving best clothes behind, from Cresswell, Indians influenced by Europeans


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