For all who re-enact and likes to take history into schools, public displays. A place to share ideas.
Latest Activity: Feb 19
This is a question that has got…Continue
Started by Wayne "Titch" McAliece. Last reply by Gobae Feb 19.
Ok when we display those treasured items we have collected over years or for some longer, of going to Antiques shops, garage sales and so forth. We in most cases wish to show them off. Should…Continue
Started by Wayne "Titch" McAliece. Last reply by Caitlyn Feb 4.
The early days... I suppose anyone who has joined the group has, or will be, looking for ideas for displaying. Whether that displaying is for encampments or educational is up to you. Hopefully…Continue
Started by Wayne "Titch" McAliece Feb 4.
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Let me know if this is the kind of thing you are asking about. It seems to me that your are asking about a type of visual aid or something. If that is the case I would recommend a diagram showing how the flint lock musket works, ar that explains the progression of the military uniforms of the corisponding era. When I have a presentation that I'm doing, I bring a cross section of my armor (and some borrowed from other troop members) to show the different types and forms. That could work with any nunber of subjects. Assuming the British soldier in your avatar is you, you could make a poster that shows the different uniforms used by the English in the AmRev.
well, the project is for my design and tech class, i can make a poster etc, it can be reenacting in general but preferred 18/19th due to my skills and knowledge of that era, something that will either help with reenacting, or an improvement on something
Does it have to be written or oral, and when you say would make 18/19 century easier, so do you mean the project has to be on the 18/19 century or on reenacting?
Hi, just wanted o know if there anything people can think of which would make 18-19th century reenacting easier, got a school,year 12, project for my HSC and my teacher seggested i do something for reenacting, basically juts has to be an inovation or something which would help with reenacting.thankszac
Hello everyone just bear with me for a bit. New to running a group, have got hopefuly good ideas and with others onboard well, hopefuly we can push history in our schools from what ever country we come from.
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