Native Reenacting Made Easy [NOOK Book]

Overview

If you are considering becoming a living history interpreter who portrays an Eastern woodland warrior, then this book is for you. In it, you will find valuable resources and tips that you won't find elsewhere. Many interpreters earn their "Reenactment PhD" from the school of “Hard Knocks”. This is an unpleasant and frustrating way to learn a new hobby and if you are like most, you can't afford to make costly mistakes by buying the wrong gear. The guidance provided in this book will save you time, money, effort ...
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Native Reenacting Made Easy

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Overview

If you are considering becoming a living history interpreter who portrays an Eastern woodland warrior, then this book is for you. In it, you will find valuable resources and tips that you won't find elsewhere. Many interpreters earn their "Reenactment PhD" from the school of “Hard Knocks”. This is an unpleasant and frustrating way to learn a new hobby and if you are like most, you can't afford to make costly mistakes by buying the wrong gear. The guidance provided in this book will save you time, money, effort and embarrassment by showing you how to do it right the first time. In the following pages, I will simplify the initial stages of pulling together a realistic portrayal of an Eastern woodland warrior that you can be proud of. Have fun and enjoy this rewarding hobby.
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Editorial Reviews

Bill Scurlock
Good native reenactors can make all of the difference in the appearance and enjoyment of living history events. Pitzer, a native reenactor himself, has spent years researching and recreating the Colonial history surrounding the interaction between whites and natives. The author brings that research and experience together to save you time, money and potential embarassment in your quest to become a native.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981997513
  • Publisher: Axehead Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/6/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 166
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Michael L. Pitzer is a historian, educator and writer. He developed an appreciation for history and native culture at a very early age and has spent countless hours studying indigenous cultures of North America, traveling to museums and visiting historical sites. Michael holds a Master of Science in Managing Information Technology, Summa Cum Laude from Sullivan University and an Occupational Training Certificate from the University of Louisville. In addition, he has taught for local colleges and public high schools in Louisville, Kentucky. Prior to teaching, the author worked in the public sector as an emergency medical technician, state law enforcement officer and adjunct academy instructor for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
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  • Posted January 14, 2012

    The absolute best book out there on the subject. Easy to understand.

    This book teaches the ins and outs of indian reenacting. If you want to look and speak like the real deal then this one is a must have.

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