Workman’s Jacket c. 1800-1820 (CW-SS-M-02)

Period: Colonial Description: Although this jacket was most frequently worn by working men, gentleman did wear the garment for sporting activities.  There are many variations to the jacket in terms of collar, cuffs, pocket arrangement, length and the parallel evolution of both single and double breasted variants. Size & Fitting Info: Men’s M, L, & XL Manufacturer: Country […]

Buckskinning / Rendezvous

Buckskinning is a branch of historical reenactment concentrating on the fur trade with different areas in the period of the Old West (approximately dated between 1800 to 1840). Participants may choose to portray mountain men, American Indians, traders, missionaries, or anybody else who might have been in the Rocky Mountains between 1800-1840. Buckskinning grew out […]

Pow Wows / Native American Gatherings

A pow wow is a social gathering held by many different Native American communities. The word derives from the Narragansett word powwaw, meaning “spiritual leader”. A similar gathering by California Native Peoples usually in the fall is called a Big Time. A modern pow wow is a specific type of event for Native American/First Nations […]

Civil War Reenactments

American Civil War reenactment is an effort to recreate the appearance of a particular battle or other event associated with the American Civil War by hobbyists known (in the United States) as Civil War reenactors, Civil War recreationists, or living historians. History Reenacting the American Civil War began even before the real fighting had ended. […]

Cowboy Action Shooting / Old West Reenactments

Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS, also known as Western Action Shooting, Single Action Shooting, or Cowboy 3-Gun) is a competitive shooting sport that originated in Southern California, US, in the early 1980s. Cowboy action shooting is now practiced in many places with several sanctioning organizations including the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) and the National Congress […]

Clara’s Skirt (BB-112)

Period: Old West Description: Clara’s Skirt This 1830’s through 1880’s skirt pattern has both plain and split styles. The circumference of this skirt runs from 220″ to 265″. These skirts were always worn over multiple pantaloons and petticoats. OUT OF PRINT Size & Fitting Info: Sizes: [ 4 – 26 ] Manufacturer: Buckaroo Bobbins