Featured in the June/July 2011 issue (sections in bold, titles in italics):
1. Arts and Artisans – The Martin's Station Rifle Project by Carroll Ross
2. Hoppus and Hatchet – Of it they make their rope and bags, or, Got Cordage?
by Lee Nelson
3. Hearthstone – S'Habiller: Getting Dressed in New France, 1740-1760, A Woman's Guide,
Part II by Suzanne Gousse
4. Early Americas – Stockbridge: A Place, A People: Part I by Gerry Barker
5. To Arms – Howarth’s South Carolina Regiment 1757-1760, Part II by William B. Jack
6. Discerning Re-enactor – More Than Paint and Silver: Thoughts on Delving Deeper Into
a Native Persona by Benjamin VonDielingen
7. Punchbowl – Punch: A Review by Jasmine Criswell Tesdahl, and The French Trade Gun In
North America, 1662-1759 by Casey M. Criswell
8. A Matter of Taste – The Melding of Early Americas Foods by Lisa M. Youngman
9. Musings Around the Inkpot – Our letters to and from the editor.
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