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Someone posted about starting up a Native American group, I can't find the post, anyone remember who it was!
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try a search :D
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cuts it down to only::"Search found 828 matches"
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Lawrance,
Give Carol of Carol classic Archery a call.
Her hubby does that sort of thing :D
Archers have a way of making their point
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are you meaning in this period or earlier / If so I would suggest contacting NFOE- their website is the same as there are quite a few people who play native people there

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Good 1870-ish group at Detling ..part of The Wild Bunch,I believe...
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Thanks,
Yes I tried the search too :wink: It was this period I'm after but I'll give the contacts ago.
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Try Contacting the Lawmen Bristol.
They have a web site and contacts.
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Try contacting the 1st Tennessee in the ACWS, one of their members sometimes portrays Native troops, he even wrote the Osprey book on the subject.

http://www.amazon.com/American-Civil-In ... 46-6431636

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Type16 wrote:Lawrance,
Give Carol of Carol classic Archery a call.
Her hubby does that sort of thing :D
Are you mixing up Carol Archey and the now defunct Eagle Classic Archery?

Mick, Carol (Carol Archery) Edward's partner does indeed do the injun / mountain man thing, though I'm not sure what group he is with.

http://www.carolarchery.com/
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