These links are given as a courtesy to visitors
at this site. If you would like your site added to this page, contact
We generally ask that you return the favour to
us on your links page.
Rev War Umbrella Organizations.
Rev War Discussion Forums
War. General discussion of the war.
War Progressive. A forum for those interested in practising the hobby
War Civilian. A forum for those interested in the non-military side of
life in this time period.
We list only those merchants who have high quality goods (or are progressing
in that direction), and whose merchandise would be acceptable to reenactors
who highly value authenticity.
Camp Kitchen Items:
(Primarily) Cloth, Clothing & Buttons:
& Trowbridge. Suppliers of authentic fabrics.
& Thistle Pewter Works. Excellent pewter reproductions of military
and celtic buttons, broaches etc.
Oak. A quality merchant. They can outfit you with everything from stockings
Hill Clothiers. Great custom work for about four centuries of fashion.
Silly Sisters. Excellent quality.
Booth Draper. Supplier of wools and linens.
Hamlet. The best source for silk and worsted ribbon, rope for tying stays.
District Storehouse. Excellent source of fabrics and buttons.
- Hemp Traders. A great source for the "Russia Sheetingand Drill"requested by Col Butler to be made into gaitered trousers for his men. Look under "Speciality Weaves" and then "Twill." Use 100% hemp.
- 100% Linen Suppliers: In southern Ontario, Toronto has the best selection.
I recommend King's Textiles, 445 Richmond St. (best for printed linen).
Other are Leo's Textiles 474 Queen St. (best place for the handkerchief-weight
linen). Also, EuroFab 432 Queen St. and Downtown Fabrics 436
Queen St. (best selection of coloured linen). They are all within one block
of each other at the intersection of Queen and Spadina. Here a map if you need one. Hamilton linen suppliers are also very
good but there is smaller pool of merchants. They are all located on one block
on Ottawa street, the best IMO being Fabric
Fabric who currently charge $8/yard for 100% linen.
Tyme Toys. Authentic toys for children.
Grondin. A good friend of ours and a member of Queen's Rangers. If you
need a story teller, she's the one to call.
Bella. 18c entertainment.
Martin. Character Magician who adds that special touch for children at
Firarms & Accoutrements:
Rev War Reenacting Units
We are happy to exchange web links with units, please email
British & Allied Forces.
Provincial & Native.
Regular & Auxiliary Forces.
Congressional & Allied Forces.
None at this time. We will be happy to exchange
web links with 'Rebels.' Contact us
and let us know.
Other. Other groups of the same era, but did not participate in the North American theatre of war, ETC.
Historical Sites that support Rev War events.
Modern Sites Dealing with Monarchy,
Military and various Sundry Issues.
Friends & Sponsors. Please visit their websites and frequent their businesses.
- Nicole Arnt Photography. Photography, graphic & web design. She has helped with the design of this site.
- Henry of Pelham Family Estate. Excellent wines from a Niagara family that traces their lineage to Butler's Rangers. They were kind enough to furnish us with several large oak barrels for use in the hobby.
- Welland Avenue Car Wash. These folks provide free advertizing space to our group at their business location.
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