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Steven Y. Caudill portrays Daniel Boone of Kentucky. He did an amazing job at the 2010 Alafia. He might be available for you event too! Check out his website and Trading Post.

These here people make right good period tents! Panther Primitives.

Smoke and Fire have a great on-line catalog.


Th Rathfelder Family Smiling Fox Forge~Morning Star Mercantile~ Shawntee’s Children’s Shop

Carolina Calicoes carries a great selection of fabrics ready to be made into gowns or hunting shirts.

Father, Son and Friends have recordings of your favorite tunes that will bring back to mind all those Fun Alafia Nights

History based Folk music Benjamin Dehart (the Cracker Tenor)

Davina’s Photography provides custom portraiture and event photography at the Alafia for either individuals or groups who want to preserve their history through the expert use of photography.

Our friends Leroy & Frances Sanders, proprietors of the Ft. Downing Trading Co. now have their fine clothing and goods available on line. Drop in on them any time either on the internet or at the Alafia.

Micky Wise says “Only natural materials, those available to the 18th century bladesmith, are used on my primitive knives.” Check them out on his web site, WISE CUSTOM KNIVES

Crazy Crow Trading Post is the largest supplier to Native American Indian and American Mountain Men.

Mark Preston invites you to his website to see his handcrafted powderhorns at Shinin’ Times Custom Engraved Powderhorns.

Wm. Booth, draper of fine Linens, Flax, Hemp, Wools, Silks and Cottons for historic reproduction of clothing.  Purveyor of notions, patterns and accessories.


Events near and far

The National Rendezvous and Living History Foundation is a great place to find information on the National Rendezvous



NativeTech: Native American Technology and Art. Lots of great stuff and how-to- information.

Heritage of the Ancient Ones (HOTAO) was dedicated to preserving the history, culture and traditions of Florida’s original native peoples, while promoting respect for Mother Earth. Their website went dark in June of 2015.  If anyone has information on this organization, please forward it to The Florida Frontiersmen webmaster.



Set yer sights on The Granddaddy of ‘em all The National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association

The Contemporary Longrifle Association website is no longer active.  We suggest using the American Long Rifle site for information on longrifles.

Stop by and see our friends at the Coalition of Historical Trekkers.

Muzzle Loader Magazine has a very informative site for “greenhorns” and “ol’ hosses” alike . Give ‘er a try.

Our Muzzeloading friends in North Florida call themselves the Jefferson Longrifles. Go and see what they have been up to.

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