Featured in the June/July 2012 issue (sections in bold, titles in italics):
1. Hoppus and Hatchet – “The Quantity of guns required tho’ great,:” War of 1812
Common Guns by Dr. James A. Hanson
2. Hearthstone – The Flight of Some Weak Women Apache Prisoners of War in New Spain:
A 1799 Incident: Part II by Mark Santiago
3. Early Americas – Sealed and Delivered: Decoding Colonial-Era Lead Seals
by David MacDonald
4. To Arms – Tarnished Galahad: The Short and Dynamic Career of Charles-Claude
DuTisné by Mike Piper
5. Discerning Re-enactor – Adventures in Time Travel by Daniel J. Boessel
6. Punchbowl – “That don't help me when I am in want of it:” Workplace Stresses at
Osnaburg House 1800-1801 by Jeremy Kingsbury
7. A Matter of Taste – The Common Potato and the French and Indian War
by Hubbard C. Goodrich
8. Musings Around the Inkpot – Our letters to and from the editor.
9. Review – The Lessons of 1812: A Book Review by Gene Tesdahl
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