Inside each issue you will find nine separate sections covering different aspects of re-enacting:
1. Arts and Artisans – The people, tools, and techniques used to accurately recreate items.
In this issue: I’m Finished: Milk Paint and Other Traditional Finishes by David Lepley
2. Hoppus and Hatchet – Topics include camps and camping, accoutrements, and trekking.
In this issue: “…for without them there could be no smoking…”: Whole Skin Tobacco
Pouches in the Great Lakes by Isaac Walters
3. Hearthstone – Topics include dress, music, dancing, gardening, games, and sports.
In this issue: Biscuits, Hard Tach, and Crackers in Early America by S.K. Wier
4. Early Americas – Articles featuring different regions and periods in the Americas.
In this issue: A Brief History of the Des Moines Rapids on the Mississippi River –
Part One by David Fahey
5. To Arms – Weapons, tactics, treaties and diplomacy, early law and politics.
In this issue: For Her Trouble in Cooking: Women’s Participation in Eighteenth
Century Conferences by Maeve Kane
6. Discerning Re-enactor – Featured interpreters and persona development.
In this issue: What an Amateur! Or, Why I Love Re-enacting by Gene “Henri” Tesdahl
7. Punchbowl – Just like the original punch, we will add something random to the mix.
In this issue: The New England Masting Trade – Part One by Ray H. Swensen
8. A Matter of Taste – Recipes, cooking, gardening, and food ways.
In this issue: The Manly Art of Syllabub by Chris Cheney
9. Musings Around the Inkpot – Our letters to and from the editor.
We sincerely hope you find something you love in each and every issue of Journal of the Early Americas, and we look forward to serving you more as we move forward. Please leave your comments below by clicking on the "# Comment(s)" button at the top right of this post!
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