|Fur Trade and Mountain Man
Informational site about the people who reenact the pre-1840 fur trade era; and portray buckskinners, mountain men, fur traders, long hunters and other frontiersmen.
Master index of eighteenth-century resources on the Web.
A hobby site for collectors of the various forms of the tomahawk and other early American axes with images, useful information and a questions and answer forum.
A fraternal association of individuals dedicated to the preservation of the traditions and ways of the western mountain man. Associate memberships are available, but full membership is by invitation only and requires fulfillment of certain requirements.
Message board for historical fur trade era rendezvous/buckskinning participants.
Largest juried show in the Midwest devoted to pre-1890 living history supplies, accouterments and related crafts. The event attracts over 270 craftsman and dealers throughout the US.
Black powder shooting, historical reenacting and pre 1840's camping. Charter member of NMLRA.
Group dedicated to the preservation and study of the pre-1840 frontier people in America by means of literary research and experimental archaeology.
A group of friends and family members who enjoy pursuing the 18th century lifestyle known as buckskinning. Located in Harrodstown (Harrodsburg), Kentucky .
Guided trips and cultural heritage programs of Native American and Lewis and Clark era bring the past to life with hands-on experiences. Families, schools, tour groups take a trip back to simpler times.