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Vol. XXXI No. 1 (Spring 2001)

  • “We had our cooking utensils..to carry in our hands.”: Light-Weight Military Kettles, 1775-1782; John U. Rees, p.2
  • “The Kettles to be made as formerly..”: Kettle Capacity and Weight, and Excavated Artifacts; p.5
  • Orderly Books on the World Wide Web; p.11
  • Little Basket of Strawberries; Paul Dickfoss, p.12
  • Finding the Day of the Week: A Useful Algorithm; John Seitz, p.18
  • Lessons from the Courts: Bad Drums; p.19
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.20
  • Reviews of Books (The Complete Cuthbertson…; So Serve it Up: Eighteenth-Century English Foodways in Eastern Pennsylvania), p.22
  • Notes and Queries (making fascines and gabions) p.24Vol. XXXI No. 2 (Summer 2001)
  • “They were made of cast iron and consequently heavy.” Less Commonly Used Utensils, Eating Implements, and Officers’ Cooking Equipment; John U. Rees p.2
  • Thoughts on the Linen Wallet; Charles LeCount, p.8
  • Clothing on the Frontier; Ronald W. Poppe, p.13
  • Undaunted Bravery: Captain Jacob Cheeseman and his Unknown Soldiers; Philip D. Weaver, p.15
  • Lessons from the Courts: British Firelock Markings; p.20
  • Brigade Units: 2d Virginia Regiment, c.1777-78; Todd Post, p.22
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.25
  • Review of Books (Bloodstained Field: A History of the Sugarloaf Massacre, September 11, 1780) p.27
  • Notes and Queries (games, camp kettles, fascines, petticoats) p.28Vol. XXXI No. 3 (Autumn 2001)
  • “grey worsted”, “mixt blue Yarn”, “White ribb’d worsted”: Stockings of Runaways Advertised in Rhode Island; Paul Dickfoss, p.2
  • Use of Militia in Re-enactments; Robert Shanahan, Jr. and Glen Valis; p.10
  • Duel Impressions: Soldiers who served in Two Armies
  • Dishes for Sea Service (simple food recipies); p.16
  • Shoulder to Order: The Value of the Rest Position; Bart Reynolds, p.20
  • Janissary Music in America during the Revolution; p.21
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.22
  • Notes & Queries (games, wallets, Adino Paddock) p.24Vol. XXXI No. 4 (Winter 2001)
  • Nurses’ Wages; Don N. Hagist, p.2
  • “The taylors of the regiment” Insights on Continental Soldiers Making and Mending Clothing; John U. Rees, p.4
  • Fieldwork: “To Land in an Enemy’s Country”; Kim Stacy, p.9
  • Soldiers’ Games; p.13
  • Tale of Two Apprentices; Paul Dickfoss, p.16
  • First Pennsylvania Battalion: 1775-1776; Stuart Dempsey, p.17
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.20
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.8
  • Reviews of Books (General Orders, Rhode Island, December 1776-January 1778; “My last Shift Betwixt Us & death: The Ephraim Blaine Letterbook, 1777-1778) p.22
  • Notes & Queries (rations on campaign) p.24Vol. XXXII No. 1 (Spring 2002)
  • Bagpipers on Campaign; John A. Fraser, p.2
  • “Do you want my Cherries Today?”; Paul Dickfoss, p.5
  • Making a Committee of Safety Musket: A Conversion from a British Short Land Pattern; David Weidner, p.10
  • 4th Company, Brigade of Guards in America; Jay Callaham, p.13
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER, (newspaper advertisements describing people) p.16
  • Notes & Queries (cavalry commands) p.18 Vol. XXXII No. 2 (Summer 2002)
  • “striped Flannel Jacket”, “blue coarse jacket Kersey wove”, “an old brown Broadcloth jacket”: Jackets of Runaways Advertised in Rhode Island; Paul Dickfoss, p.2
  • Notes from a Period Orderly Book: 1777 Regulations for Guards in the American Army; Mike Cecere, p.14
  • British Army Orders for Guards, Boston, 1774; Don N. Hagist, p.17
  • Notes on German Army Women; p.20
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.21
  • Reviews of Books (Revolutionary Rangers: Daniel Morgan’s Riflemen and Their Role on the Northern Frontier, 1778-1783), p.23
  • Notes & Queries (tent closures) p.24Vol. XXXII No. 3 (Autumn 2002)
  • Eighteenth-century Bedgown; Geraldine C. Ferris, p.2
  • “They had built huts of bushes and leaves” Analysis of Continental Army Brush Shelter Use, 1775-1782; John U. Rees, p.7
  • Lessons from the Courts: 20th Regiment Court of Inquiry; Todd Braisted, p.11
  • Sauerkraut; Bart Reynolds, p.14
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.15
  • Reviews of Books: (Brutal Virtue: The Myth and Reality of Banastre Tarleton; Vindication of My Conduct: The General Court-Martial of Lieutentant Colonel George Etherington of the 60th or Royal American Regiment; George M. Bedinger Papers in the Draper Manuscript Collection), p.18
  • Notes & Queries (soldiers singing, food recipies, bowers and brush huts, tent markings) p.19
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.20Vol. XXXII No. 4 (Winter 2002)
  • Tent Pins; Mark Tully, p.2
  • Fueling the City (firewood); Paul Dickfoss, p.7
  • German Surgeon in the British Army Hospital; Ian Anderson, p.12
  • Militia Drill or Training in the Back Country of Virginia; Ronald W. Poppe, p.15
  • Thomas Simes, Military Writer; p.18
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.20
  • Review of Books: (Pox Americana: The Great American Smallpox Epidemic of 1775-1782; Newspaper Datelines of the American Revolution, Vol 1 & 2); p.22
  • Notes & Queries (soldiers singing, tent markings, uses of old tents), p.24