Keith H. Burgess
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"Can anyone give me some ideas for mid 18th century colonial woodsman videos?"
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18th Century Living History Videos. What Would You Like To See?

Can anyone give me some ideas for mid 18th century colonial woodsman videos? I have made quite a few, but now I find myself with "producer's block". Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.Regards, Keith.My Video Channel.See More
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Keith H. Burgess commented on Keith H. Burgess's group Australian Living Historians & Re-enactors.
""having said that the members we do have are dedicated and committed and are great value, 6-8 dedicated members is way better than 30 that show up when they can be bothered" Absolutely Barry. Totally agree.Keith."
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Barry Turnbull commented on Keith H. Burgess's group Australian Living Historians & Re-enactors.
"having said that the members we do have are dedicated and committed and are great value, 6-8 dedicated members is way better than 30 that show up when they can be bothered "
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Barry Turnbull commented on Keith H. Burgess's group Australian Living Historians & Re-enactors.
"yep doing the same, too much of our time is spent trying to recruit. up here in townsville its the same, distance is our enemy! "
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18th Century Woodsman Clothing By Keith H Burgess

"Thank you Tony, appreciated.Regards, Keith."
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Keith H. Burgess commented on Keith H. Burgess's group Australian Living Historians & Re-enactors.
"Well here we are in 2014, & there seems to be very few Australian groups represented here. Certainly very few 18th century groups. I suppose that is the problem living in a large country, we all live so far apart.Our group is entering 2014 with…"
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About Me:
I am 66 years of age, a Woodsman and a writer. I enjoy historical trekking. My period of interest is 1680-1760. I live with my family in Wychwood Forest, New England, NSW, Australia. I am godfather to an Ojibwe man, Running Deer, who is like a son to me, and blood Brother to his Father and Uncle. Certain group members gave me the honorary title of Captain of scouts, for the work I have done within the group, which I am very pleased to have. My blood brothers gave me the name of Le Loup, though I am an English Woodsman. I am also the group's primitive skills instructor.
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Married
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New England Colonial Living History Group 1680-1760.
http://eighteenthcenturylivinghistory.freeforums.org/
Re-enactment/Living History Periods:
1700-1760. This period of interest also requires some research into the 17th century.
Website:
http://woodsrunnersdiary.blogspot.com
Contact Details:
Email: historicaltrekker@gmail.com
Post Rider: Keith H. Burgess, "Wychwood Forest", MSF 2007, Armidale 2350, NSW, Australia.
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Books and DVDs by Keith H. Burgess.

Primitive Fire Lighting-Flint and Steel. The New World Woodsman 1700-1760. His clothing, arms and equipment(unpublished manuscript). Primitive Fire Lighting-The Fire-bow(unpublished manuscript).
My new book has finally been published on LuLu, you can get it in hard copy as a book, or you can download it. Pasting the following link into your browser, or by clicking on it here will take you to my book on LuLu. http://www.lulu.com/browse/search.php?fListingClass=0&fSearch=primitive+fire+lighting
Or you can put LULU in your search engine and go to LULU, then either type in woodscraft or bushcraft or the name Keith Burgess (there is two Keith Burgess on LULU but you will know which book is mine).
Primitive Fire Lighting-Flint & Steel & Fire Bow.

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I have been watching your videos and they are very interesting! You are a great instructor. Through the videos as well as your response to comments and answers to questions you cover the subject quite well! I am impressed sir!

Thank you for all of your time and patience with making such knowledgeable, interesting, wonderful and informative videos. Your camera and video work is superb also:)

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Winter Solstice 18th Century Masquerade Party.

DATE:  Saturday 23rd of June 2012.

TIME:  You can arrive anytime you like. Actual party probably starting at dusk to dark.

PLACE:  Linstock House in Wychwood Forest. Armidale NSW. (If you have not been here before, please contact me for directions).

DRESS: Any period up to & including the mid 18th century. 1760ad.

SUPPLIES: You may bring any food or drink you wish, but there will be some beer &…

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Posted on April 18, 2012 at 23:46

FOLLOWING THE BLOG!

Just wanted to remind all those 18th century Living Historians that they may like to check my blog out some time and even FOLLOW it if they want to stay up to date. I try to post on it fairly frequently with information, period art, photos and videos. Regards, Keith.…



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Posted on June 6, 2010 at 4:30 — 1 Comment

Trying To Explain Who We Are And What We Do!

An Explanation of Living History that I hope you can understand!

I met a chap and his lovely wife today to talk about what we do in our group, and I have the feeling that once again I failed to get across what it is we actually do. I will attach a video here, just photos of the fort and the people in it but you have to understand that although this fort is an important part of New World history, it is also the playground of 18th Century Living Historians.

And that is what we are,… Continue

Posted on August 29, 2009 at 8:41 — 2 Comments

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At 14:45 on August 5, 2012, Thomas Rosengren said…

Hi Keith, how are you doing ? Im making a justacorps, but im taking my time, i dont ruch it.

Regardes, Thomas.

At 20:31 on February 4, 2012, Thomas Rosengren said…

Hey Keith,are you up and about ? I am shure that you will be out in the woods soon, just givit time and let your body heal. I have now finished my tricone hat, a shirt, an hunting/overshirt of french design blue and wite striped and am working on a wastecoat. Kneetrousers and stockings and leggings,mockasins are still waiting on being made.Thinking about the timeperiod of 1720 or something like that.  Take it slow and easy, do not strain yourself. Yours, Thomas.

 

At 18:25 on January 23, 2012, Thomas Rosengren said…

I am sorry to hear that you have been to hospital, do you feel better ? I do hope you do,

Yours, Thomas.

 

 

At 13:57 on November 13, 2010, Marc Geerdink-Schaftenaar said…
Thanks for the invite, but as you have guessed, I have too little time to get involved in yet another forum. ;o) Your invitation is highly appreciated though.
At 13:18 on November 11, 2010, Steve Stanley said…
Never have too many forums!......I've registered,thanks for the invite.
Steve
At 9:36 on October 12, 2010, Andy said…
Cheers Keith, I do sometimes wonder how such recent history can become so sanitised. It amazes me to think that people really believe the Waffen-SS and the camp SS were two separate entities and un-associated with each other and that as such, it is perfectly ok to portray them. I understand that there are some groups that portray the ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia..... what is all that about...
At 17:14 on September 17, 2010, Dan Highley said…
hi Keith, been a while, glad to see you made through the summer, Up here in Montana, we had a mild simmer, didn't hardly get into the 80's on the forth of July, and we had rain and snow up high 2 weeks later, so I guess summer is long over. liked your tomahawk throwing video, keep yer' powder dry, and I'll see ya' up the trail.
At 21:50 on July 25, 2010, Folkert van Wijk said…
I realy did enjoy the movie about the Natibe american Hunters some how it stopt halfway, so i have to see the other half some time soon.
At 16:30 on May 24, 2010, ConfederateMissionary said…
Yep I'm still a Reb webfoot. I'm enjoying it though and I think I'll just kinda stick with this time period for now. I know it's a rather narrow focus; but; I can't let the hobby consume my life.
How about you? Still doing the 17th-18th century?
At 6:53 on March 11, 2010, Dan Highley said…
those were the good old days!! I'm just glad that I live in Montana where we still have an open carry law; I can still strap one and go about my business and that can be a comforting feeling in Griz country. ;)
 
 
 

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