Featured in the April/May 2012 issue (sections in bold, titles in italics):
1. Arts and Artisans – Tecumseh’s Northwest Trade Gun by Mark Sage
2. Hoppus and Hatchet – The Indian Corps: Grant's Campaign 1761 by William B. Jack
3. Hearthstone – The Flight of Some Weak Women Apache Prisoners of War in New Spain:
A 1799 Incident: Part I by Mark Santiago
4. Early Americas – Redcoats in Green Bay: The British Occupation of Fort Edward
Augustus (Green Bay, WI) 1761-1763: Part II by Richard FC Seidemann, Jr.
5. To Arms – Slush and Mud: How the Cannons of Ticonderoga Beat the British at Boston by Gerry Barker
6. Discerning Re-enactor – …to remain in the Indian country:” Euro-American Trapping
and Hunting in the Great Lakes Fur Trade by Isaac Walters
7. Punchbowl – “Such things as they cannot do without:” Equipping Joseph Brant's
Volunteers During the Revolutionary War by Mark Hersee
8. A Matter of Taste – The Beginnings of Horticulture in the California Missions
by Michael R. Hardwick
9. Musings Around the Inkpot – Our letters to and from the editor.
10. Review – Thus Fell Tecumseh: A Book Review by Casey Criswell
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