"Fur Trade Tomahawks" online resource for ID and education about everything tomahawks:
Identification Guide for Colonial Ceramics:
Identification and Dating Guide for Antique and Colonial Buttons:
Here's a great three part article I found on axes found in New France:
- 18th Century living history, historical trekking, and longterm survival.
- Information on 18th century American firearms, the Virginia back country and related material culture.
- Frequent great photos of contemporary replicas of antique items related to American longrifle type culture. Maintained by Art Riser.
- Great history blog by Jim Cornelius. "The adventurers, rangers, and scouts who fought the Battles for Empire."
Historic Sites on Crump's Bottom - an old article on "Crump's Bottom" on the New River, where Fort Culbertson and Farley's Fort once stood.
Ceramics on the Western Frontier - The Archaeological Assemblage from Fort Massac, 1794–1814
A Case Study in Frontier Warfare - Racial Violence, Revenge, and the Ambush at Fort Laurens, Ohio
Cutmarks on Crania at the Late Mississippian Mann Site -Cutmarks on Crania at the Late Mississippian Mann Site Cemetery, Posey County, Indiana (evidence of scalping pre-Colombian era)
Blades in NC: From Stones to Steel
History of Sweet Springs, West Virginia article:
Houmas House Plantation in NOLA history article: