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redhawk67
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 10:52 am    Post subject: trying to locate native renactors Reply with quote

I am trying to find native renactors in the southeast.I am hoping to get back involved have been some what inactive over the last few years. I would like to get a native data base together so i can get back in the loop.
thanks,peter (redhawk)
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Google:

"Southern Indian Department"

I believe Fort Tolouse in Alabama also has an Indian contingent.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2009 9:01 pm    Post subject: Southeastern Native Re-enacting Reply with quote

Go to www.groups.yahoo.com and search southeasternculture. It's a group of several hundred people interested in Southeastern reenacting/history, etc. Also look up http://www.southeasterntrading.com/amohkali/. THis is the personal webpage of a reenactor portraying a Creek Indian, and has a lot of good info for someone wanting to portray a Southeastern Native. Hope this helps. Also if the links don't work directly copy and paste them from this message.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 9:34 am    Post subject: Re: Southeastern Native Re-enacting Reply with quote

Seminoli wrote:
Go to www.groups.yahoo.com and search southeasternculture. It's a group of several hundred people interested in Southeastern reenacting/history, etc. Also look up http://www.southeasterntrading.com/amohkali/. THis is the personal webpage of a reenactor portraying a Creek Indian, and has a lot of good info for someone wanting to portray a Southeastern Native. Hope this helps. Also if the links don't work directly copy and paste them from this message.

Pedro Zepeda


Thanks for the plug, Pedro, and to you too, Mario.

Peter, our Southern Indian Department website is: http://www.southernindiandept.org/

Nationwide, you'll find that there aren't a ton of organized groups of 18th c. native reenactors... People have compared what we're doing to "herding cats". We don't find that to be the case with our members. We have a good reputation at the sites/events we participate in, and are working hard to help get members resources and training to help them be better educators, have fun, and get access to info they want/need.
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