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Frontiers Living History Group

1754 — 1865










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- a MUST READ for anyone wishing to under take Re-enacting in Victoria.






Frontier Folk net 

18th Century Frontier Forums —  a great resource for research information


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A re-enactors Blog on being a clerk in the fur trade in the 18th century


Picketts Fort

Living history behind the scenes at Pricketts Fort, where Pricketts Creek joins the Monongahela River in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains




Our favourite websites                       
The Sutler Trading Posts



Bojo Products

Bakers, Bell-ends, Sibleys, Tipis, Voyagers,

Wall tents, Wedge tents, primitive shelters & tarps. Custom made quality -

contact Bob Ellis, Bojo Products 03 5796 2753 AH


Pioneer Forge

Glen and Anthea Mitchell

trading as Pioneer Forge phone 03 5729 5564

for all your wants in hand forged black iron, including fire irons and best quality hawks.


Corps Sutler

From Roman to American civil war goods.


Green River Rifle Works

is the largest Muzzle Loading specialty shop in Australia. We are the only shop to offer a complete service to Black Powder Shooters and our Green River Custom Firearms which are built to customer specifications on the premises are famous.





Flying Canoe Traders

Waist coats, Juste au corps and more clothing.


Jas Townsend

a mail order company that supplies 18th and 19th century reproductions for living history. Who specialize in Historic Clothing, Camp Gear, Tents, Books, Music, Knives, Tomahawks, Oak kegs and other assorted goods for people or organizations reenacting the periods from 1750 to 1840 especially the French and Indian War, American Revolution, and War of 1812.


William Booth Draper

everything for American Revolutionary War ...We are a business that provides fabrics, thread, patterns, sewing gear and notions and books for re-enactors.


Track of the Wolf

Muzzle Loading & Black Powder Guns Kits, Parts, Accoutrements, Rendezvous Gear & Primitive Americana.


That's Just Muggs Productions Catalogue

A wonderful selection of DVD’s for the 18th century Frontier Re-enactor  - there is something for everyone here.