Re: Living Historians...

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Posted by Champ on January 31, 1999 at 01:24:30:

In Reply to: Re: Living Historians... posted by Scott on January 30, 1999 at 16:59:05:

[Scott wrote]
: If there are any other 18th century reenactors out there who
: would like to chat my ICQ # is29834396 I am alsso interested
: in the capture of Ruddles and Martins stations in 1780, Dunmore's war of 1774, Christopher Gist and Simon Kenton.
: Also Southwest Va and Eastern Ky 1700-1798

>>Siyo Scott,
As I'm sure your aware, I'm a reenactor/living historian, and would've answered your post sooner, but this past week has been hetic for me...
Until recently, I have reenacted the 18th century [Butler's Rangers], but this past week I was asked by some old compadres [former Morgan's Raiders, like myself] to mount up & lead a new unit of Civil War reenactors into the fray.
This wild-eyed bunch represents Co.C of Terry's Texas Rangers.
This doesnt mean that I will give up the 18th century, I love it too much to do that, but my time travel to that period will be severly affected for awhile [this includes visits to Mohicanland].
My plans for a Caldwell's Coy website will have to go on hold too, as the "boys" want me to develop a website for recruiting for this new unit.
Unfortuantly, I dont have ICQ, but would love for you to post your historical interests here once in awhile, as I know others would.


[recently joined:]
Terry's Texas Rangers
8th TX Cavalry Regiment
["the Limestone Squad"]

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