What is Journal of the Early Americas?
Journal of the Early Americas is the premier publication of the discerning history enthusiast and re-enactor portraying the Americas from 1521 to 1848. This high-quality periodical provides relevant and educational content to its subscribers every two months, delivering six issues per year. The publication aims to be a portal into the lives, cultures, and times of the early Americas and strives to make primary-document research both practical and entertaining for readers.
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The Highest Quality and Best Content
> Hoppus and Hatchet – Topics include camps and camping, accoutrements, and trekking.
> Hearthstone – Topics include dress, music, dancing, gardening, games, and sports.
> Early Americas – Articles featuring different regions and periods in the Americas.
> To Arms – Weapons, tactics, treaties and diplomacy, early law and politics.
> Discerning Re-enactor – Featured interpreters and persona development.
> The Punchbowl – Just like the original punch, we will add something random to the mix.
> A Matter of Taste – Recipes, cooking, gardening, and food ways.
> Musings Around the Inkpot – Letters to and from the editor.
Visit our subscriptions page to secure your copies of this excellent bimonthly publication. Also, we are always looking for dedicated writers and advertisers who are interested in publishing with us. Please visit our writers and advertising pages for more information. Thank you, and we look forward to serving you more within this wonderful community.
Our mission is to be the premier publication of the discerning history enthusiast and re-enactor portraying the Americas from 1521 to 1848. We strive to make primary-document research both practical and entertaining for our discerning readers.