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Deborah Peavler
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Mon, 06 Mar 2017 12:45:03 GMT -7

I would like to get in touch with any one that participated in the Hanford Renaissance of Kings in the 90s. My mother was the publicist during that time period.

Della Lansdell
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Tue, 19 Apr 2016 15:50:21 GMT -7

I would like to get more information about joining reenactments

Sabine Roth
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<sabine.roth-volkmar@gmx.de>
Fri, 11 Oct 2013 05:23:00 GMT -7

just looking for inspiration and maybe some good supply addresses

Kim Stavros
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Sat, 03 Aug 2013 13:37:16 GMT -7

This looks awesome and I would love to learn more about becoming involved. I recently completed my Bachelors in Military History. I would love to become involved in this or learn more about it. Looking forward to next year's faire to learn more.

SUM GUYE
Faire Guest
Tue, 19 Mar 2013 10:45:12 GMT -7

I see no photos of the company of foote, but everyone else has pics. How is one to research costumes if there are no pics to look at?

Phil Smith
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Thu, 14 Feb 2013 10:20:23 GMT -7

If only the fabulous Elizabethan colour names were accompanied by colour samples and not just descriptions!

Linda Hall
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<Linda@mastersinenglish.org>
Thu, 01 Nov 2012 03:48:15 GMT -7

Hello,
I work for MastersInEnglish.org, and I’m writing to let you know about an article we have published highlighting the Top 25 Reading & Writing Resources for English Buffs. You can view it here:

    mastersinenglish.org/2012/reading-writing

I was hoping you would take a quick look at our article. I feel it is a great collection of resources for those who are pursuing an education in English, as well as those who simply have a passion for writing and reading.

These final 100 resources were selected after a lengthy nomination period, and were included based on a variety of factors including their readership, post quality, search ranking, and site age.

We're trying to spread the word about this article, so if you like the list, I'd be thrilled if you would share it with your readers and anyone else you think would be interested.

Please don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or feedback about the article or site in general!

Cheers,
Linda

Kirsten Flynn
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<kf@declan.com>
Tue, 09 Oct 2012 19:40:43 GMT -7

I just heard that Kevin Brown passed

Jacob Sroka
Researcher
Sun, 20 Nov 2011 07:48:42 GMT -7

thank you so much for the page on Elizabethan Names. It really helped me name the characters in a story for college. Keep up the good work!

Nathan Crowder
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<nathan.crowder@hotmail.com>
Wed, 22 Jun 2011 06:03:42 GMT -7

Q. Why are people names different?

A.  1. If you're referring to the fact that some people listed on this Web site appear to have two names, this is due to that individual either playing a role or character with a typical name used in the time period or portraying an actual person who lived in the past. This is generally part of "living history" or "historical re-enactment" and not only helps the visitor or audience member appreciate the history better, it assists the actor or presenter in assuming the manners and language (or accents) of the time.

    2. If you're referring to names out of the past being so different from names in our time, it may be best explained by the listings and articles shown on our "Names" page:

    www.guildofstmichael.org/names.html

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Guild of St. Michael

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