Related Web Sites and Areas of Interest

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We partner with The Friends of Fort Yargo Group - helping with events throughout the park

18th Century Garden Research from Williamsburg

18th Century Song book -
Coutesy of American Revolution.Org

Your Internet Gateway to the AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE 1775 - 1783

 American Towns -
Find information about events and happenings in any town across America.

Auburn, GA -
Information for the City of Auburn

Barrow Patch

British Night Watch Parade -
In the city of Saint Augutine.

The Boston Tea Party and Start of the Revolution -

Carolina Po Boy Muzzleloaders

Charles Towne Long Rifles (email)

The Coalition Of Historical Trekkers -
A National organization of Living Historians.
Most of the Living historians involved with the Fort Yargo Living History Society are also affiliated with the CoHT.

Colonial Sense
The website for all things Colonial

David Court - (email)
Musician - Harmonica and Mountain Dulcimer

Davidson's Fort Historical Park

Early Arkansas Reenacters Association (EARA) -
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving their Arkansas heritage.
They specialize in the activities and concerns of the "common folk" that populated that area before Arkansas became a state in 1836.
They are an all-volunteer organization, and work in cooperation with public schools, parks and museums
to provide programs in which the public can experience frontier life first-hand.

Events hosted by the Society of Interpretive Historians, Inc.

Festivals and Events
Listings of events from around the country.

Fort King George

Fort Loudoun

Fort Yargo State Park -
Winder, GA

Friends of Fort Yargo
Volunteer at Fort Yargo

Friends of Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites

Gwinnett Archaeological Research Society

Historical and Hysterical Tours - Peter Bonner

Jas Townsend & Son, Inc.

Lazy B Farm -
An educational homestead, passionate about helping others achieve their “homesteading” lifestyle
no matter if they live in an apartment in the city or on 100 acres in the country.

Marble Springs Historic Site

Muscogee Longrifles

My Fairs and Festivals
Listings of events from around the country

Peace Treaty between the United States of America and the Creek Indian Nation, 1796 -
The text of the Treaty of 1796, signed in Georgia on June 29, 1796. Courtesy of Oklahoma State University.

Piedmont MuzzleLoaders  - (email)

Rendezvous Ohio - site is temporarily down

Santa and Mrs. Claus -  (email)
A Real Santa Experience

Savoring the Past
Jas Townsends Cooking Blog

Smoke and Fire Company
Providing goods for Living History Re-enactors

Southeastern Historians and Reenactors Group
A dedicated family oriented group of Men, Women & Children that concentrate on the Pre-Colonization & 1607 - 1945 time period of America's rich History.

South West Point

Suggested Guidelines for Portrayals

Helped getting our supplies we needed for our water...THANKS

The Garden Lady of GA
Interesting material on a host of subjects relating to gardening, growing and preserving food and herbs,
self-sustainability, 1700's re-enacting, homesteading and other fun subjects.

William Harris Homestead - 3636 Georgia Highway 11  Monroe, GA 30656 Visit the past!     -
The William Harris Homestead is one of the few early Georgia plantations which remains sufficiently intact to depict the culture and lives of Walton County's first settlers. Experience how early settlers carved out a self-sufficient lifestyle in an area that was little more than a wilderness.  The grounds feature original 19th Century buildings that were raised from the land itself:  The log house (circa 1825), build of 6"x8" timbers, The cellar lined with emormous river rock, The Smokehouse made of handmade brick, The corncrib and barn, The natural spring which provided drinking water and "wash place" for laundry days.     Demonstrations may include:  spinning raw cotton and wool into thread, weaving thread into fine cloth, candlemaking, butter churning, and open-hearth cooking, meat and food preservation, historical relevance of the Creek Indians, and Civil War interpretations.

City of Winder
Information for the City of Winder

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