Featured in the February/March 2012 issue (sections in bold, titles in italics):
1. Musings Around the Inkpot – Our letters to and from the editor.
2. Hoppus and Hatchet – Major William Williams' Excursion: Espionage or Adventure?
by Alan F. Nelson
3. Hearthstone – A Glimpse of Worship in Colonial Virginia: Acquainting the 21st
Century with a Colonial Perspective by John W. Hayes
4. Early Americas – Redcoats in Green Bay: The British Occupation of Fort Edward
Augustus (Green Bay, WI) 1761-1763: Part I by Richard FC Seidemann, Jr.
5. To Arms – Identifying Early Cannons at the Presidio of Santa Barbara
by Michael R. Hardwick
6. Discerning Re-enactor – The 1st Pennsylvania Regiment in Alabama by Erich Cousins
7. Punchbowl – A Breech-Loading Rifle in the American Revolution?: A Book Review
by Gene "Henri" Tesdahl & Chadwell's Station - Fiddling on the Frontier:
A Music Review by Carroll Ross
8. A Matter of Taste – Dining With the Dons: Food in Early California by Jane G. Beckman
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