Personal items &
| Plates, Glasses, Cutlery and Other Tablewear | Reproduction
Stationery, Reproduction Books, Product Labels, and Reproduction Newspapers | Furniture
| Miscellaneous Gear
Carpetbags and Carpet:
Phone: (256) 382-6035
Lisa Pace uses reproduction ingrain carpet from Pat Kline for her carpetbags.
The Trunk Shoppe
3761 Highway 92
Crawford, Colorado 81415
Phone: (970) 921-4770
Fax: (970) 921-4771
Plates, Glasses, Cutlery, and Other Tablewear:
P. Palmer's Dry Goods Store-Seth Magosky
Bill "Mac" MacIntosh offers original plates, decanters, etc. at an affordable price.
James Townsend offers a nice early bone handled fork and knife set, wooden bowl, spoon, and ladle.
Wooded Hamlet Designs
4044 Coseytown Rd.
Greencastle, PA 17225-9677
Wooded Hamlet offers four types of crystal goblets that one may like to have at home or at a low key living history.
Dog River Glassworks
Phone: (660) 259-2062
Website: http://www.dogriverglassworks.com/ At the bottom of home page.
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
3501 Lexington Road
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill offers different sizes of oval shaped boxes that were common in all mid-nineteenth century homes.
Colonial Williamsburg Marketplace
Phone number: 1-800-414-6291
Colonial Williamsburg's pantry boxes are another alternative for the oval shaped boxes that were commonly used for storage in the mid-19th century.
Stationery, Reproduction Books, Product Labels and Reproduction Newspapers :
P.O. Box 407
3405 Main Street
Morgantown, PA 19543-0407
Sullivan Press offers a various assortment of reproduction items that include product labels, books and novels, quality fascimile money, songbooks, among a multitude of other items that are useful for rounding out a 1860s impression.
Mrs. Christen's Miscellanea
28078 Universal Dr.
Warren, MI 48092
Among other items, Glenna Jo Christen offers reproduction and antique books useful for reading at events or home.
Ragged Soldier Sutlery
P.O. Box 10311
Burke, VA 22009-0311
Virginia and Michael Mescher offer several fascimile reproductions of 19th century books, most of which relate to the period of 1829-1865.
Reproduction newspapers can be gathered at any Civil War themed National Park Service site. Most of the time, however, they are Harpers Weekly. If looking for a Southern newspaper you may have to look harder.
Furniture and Bedding:
Family Heirloom Weavers
775 Meadowview Drive
Red Lion, PA 17356
Quality reproduction coverlets and blankets are offered by Pat Kline. During the war, some Southerners began to use carpets for blankets, so a carpet blanket would not be faux pas for your impression.
Dog River Glassworks
The same company mentioned for reproduction bottles also offers various styles of lighting for historic interiors.
Otter Creek Tinware
26 Carver Street
Brandon, VT 05733
John Peterson offers a nice tin wash basin, which people who must have a bath may find handy. Also offered is a tin reflector oven that many 19th century kitchens possessed.