I am proud to announce that my new book Shadows In The Forest: Woodland Warriors of the Mississippi Valley is now available in its second print run. The first print run sold out in less than two months and the limited edition hardbacks sold out in less than a month. I graciously thank everyone for […]
The 2014 Fort Massac Grand Encampment has now come and gone for another year. The weather was unbelievably wonderful! I spent some quality time with my living history friends and family and made some new friends along the way. The 2014 Fort Massac Grand Encampment photo gallery is posted. Hope you enjoy the pictures! I […]
For those of you attending or visiting this weekends Kohkohmah living history event, I will be there doing a book signing. I am on the schedule for Saturday afternoon between 12:00 and 1:45 at the main cabin. If you have not picked up your copy of Shadows In The Forest: Woodland Warriors of the Mississippi […]
Only four limited edition hardcover copies of Shadows In The Forest: Woodland Warriors of the Mississippi Valley remain. These copies are signed and numbered by the author as well as the cover artist David Wright. The limited edition hardbacks are $39.95 plus shipping and available only through the author by visiting www.shadowsintheforest.com. Reserve your copy […]
Dean Evans “Silver Otter” of the Shawnee explains the scalping ritual that was practiced throughout most, if not all, eastern woodland Indian cultures through the 18th century. .
Shadows In The Forest: Woodland Warriors of the Mississippi Valley is available now! “While by no means an exhaustive examination or discussion of woodland culture or living history practices, his work is both a handy historical resource and a practical “how-to” guide that combines the best of both worlds. Anyone interested in eighteenth-century native culture […]
The 2014 Fort DeChartres Annual Encampment was an absolute great time as usual. Despite the nearby tornado activity on Saturday evening (that’s two years in a row now!), the weather turned out to be decent. My wife’s venison stew was terrific as usual! Everyone in the native village and the surrounding neighbors thoroughly enjoyed it! […]
The 2014 Raid at Martin’s Station was epic as usual. Got quite a bit of rain Friday and Saturday, but as the saying goes – “who cares, its Martin’s Station!” Working on an article about the Cumberland Gap that I hope to have published in the near future. I don’t have to many event […]
This is a documentary titled “The World of George Rogers Clark.” The film was produced by Ball State University for the use of educating school children. I had the opportunity to be filmed for this documentary a few years ago at the Feast of the Hunter’s Moon event. Had a good time working on it and […]
The Event Schedule has been updated with new dates for 2014. There are some dates that have not been verified as of yet. If there are any living history events that you would like to see listed, contact me and I will get them added.