Contemporary Longrifle Association – The CLA is dedicated to the art of contemporary longrifles and related accoutrements made after the mid-twentieth century.
Sam Alfano Master Engraver – All kinds of great information for engravers and engraving enthusiasts.
Honourable Company of Horners – This is the hornworkers guild I belong too. Great information about the guild and links to other horners.
The Florida Frontiersmen – A blackpowder club that has one of the best rendezvous in the country in January every year; don’t miss it!
ReenactmentCostumes.com – Reenactment costumes for pioneer, colonial, victorian and civil war periods.
Crazy Crow Trading Post – World’s biggest line of Native American Indian & Mountain Man arts, crafts, craft supply & craft kits. Your Indian Powwow or Mountain Man Rendezvous, camp & shooter craft supply source. 118 pg full-color catalog- 6000+ items in our online store.
Talking Bear’s Website -Here is some interesting information for the beginner or experienced buckskinner.
The Buckskinner’s resources website – Practically a one stop shop for information, advice, lore and links for the beginner or experienced buckskinner. A really great site.
David Wright: “The premier artist of the American Frontier” – You’ve seen his work. He’s a truly gifted artist. I am constantly amazed and inspired by his work. You will be too.
Fiberwood Art. “Fine Quality Custom Weaving Historically Correct of the 18th Century ~By Shayna L. Matthews” – Shayna is one of a few really fine weavers working today. Don’t miss this site!
G. A. Reneker – Has been researching and authentically handcrafting buckskin clothing, accessories and wampum beadwork for accurate portrayal of Colonial and Native American frontier lifestyles since 1979.
Into The Wilderness – Into The wilderness features the works of WPA artist Maybelle Richardson Stamper and manufactures buckskin leather bags for pipes, flutes, medicine bags and many other gifts for new age, Native American, metaphysical, & muzzleloading shops. We also supply shed elk,deer, & moose antlers as well as artifacts…..These fine folks can supply you with antlers, leather and a whole lot more. Take a look!
Muscogee Longrifles – A fine group of muzzleloading enthusiasts in Cataula Georgia
Dacotah Territory Muzzleloaders – Dacotah Territory Muzzle Loaders. Website: Lots of Muzzleloader Links, Sweetwater & Drifting Goose Rendezvous’, Classifieds, Rendezvous Photos and other information. Established in 1979 by four individuals who loved black-powder, the Dacotah Territory Muzzleloaders (DTML) have been seen throughout the Great Plains in centennials, festivals, rendezvousÂ¢, and various other activities.”
Fort Lee Scouts – The Fort Lee Scouts an 18th century reenactment group in WV.
Ghost Forge – Creators of historical re-enactment clothing costumes for men and women of the 18th century. We feature early colonial, French and Indian War and Ghost Forge offers Revolutionary War clothing and accessories for the serious re-enactor
Nantahala Trading Post – Everything for the Native American Crafter and Reenactor Custom made Clothing & Accessories
Mountain Men and the Fur Trade – this site is sponsored by the American Mountain Men and contains a host of useful historical information about the mountain men and the fur trade era. A must for any fur trade era reenactor
Eastern Platte Muzzleloaders – Here’s a muzzleloading club near Omaha Nebraska founded by a handful of individuals in 1975. If you’re looking for a group to shoot with in mid-America, Check these guys out.
Kentucky State Muzzleloading Association – A charter member of the NMLRA, the KSMLA is muzzleloading club from the “middle ground.”
Indian Trade Silver – Purveyors of the finest in authentic trade silver reproductions from history, and original designs done in the 18th and 19th century style.
The Scrimshaw Studio – Scrimshaw information, education and fine art, sculpture, jewelry, custom inlay, and special orders in fossil ivory by artist and sculptor Jim Stevens.
Black Powder 411 – If you’re looking for information pertaining to blackpowder arms and accoutrements this is a great place to start!