Backwoodsman Magazine A great bimonthly magazine dedicated to living in the back woods for both the living history enthusiast and the modern "woodsman". Full of tips, tricks, shooting and survival info as well as great reprints from turn of the century outdoorsman publications.
Muzzleloader Magazine A bimonthly magazine dedicated to frontier history and muzzleloaders in general. This is the publication that I stumbled onto at the Kittery Trading Post all those years ago that got me into black powder shooting.
On the Trail Magazine All about "historical trekking"
The Pine Tree Shilling A quarterly publication covering colonial life in the 17th and 18th centuries. There are articles about daily-life topics, reviews of books and museums, recipes and more.
Smoke and Fire News A monthly living history newspaper that includes a massive listing of living history events all over the US, divided into categories by time period. There are also articles about events and even comics!
Beaver River Trading Company Not so much a "general" sutler, but I wasn't sure where to put them. Ironwork, quillwork, woven sashes and powder horn straps, and outstanding hand forged tomahawks & knives.
Blue Heron Mercantile A general sutlery from Indiana, you'll probably meet them at rendezvous.
Providence Trading Co Colonial lighting, eatingware and accessories
Roy & Debra Najecki All sorts of goods for the RevWar period reenactor
Smiling Fox Forge One of my favorite sutlers! If I get 5 minutes to slip away at an event, I generally visit their tent.
Turkey Foot Trading Co. Another one of my favorites. These folks even sell period trail food for trekkers, and are personally responsible for getting everyone at the Ticonderoga event hooked on parched corn and dried peas!
Blue Box Sutlery Period clothes and leatherwork from the 17th century up through the American Civil War
C&D Jarnagin & Co. Period clothes and leatherwork from 1750 up through the American Civil War
River Junction Trade Co. Old West and cowboy era clothing and more
Sharon's Sew-Sew Custom made 17th, 18th and 19th century clothing for men, women and military
Wm. Booth Draper 18th century fabrics, patterns and sewing supplies
Panther Primitives Tents, tipis and more - Our first marquee tent and fly was made by Panther. After all of these years, that little marquee that we outgrew is still going strong and we use it for a guest house in the good weather. The fly gets set up in the spring and taken down in the fall out by our pond and is none the worse for wear. Panther has been around a long time and is one of the best in the business, they are very friendly and accommodating.
Tentsmiths Makers of historic tents - Our big square marquee tent that you may have seen at Ticonderoga was made by Tentsmiths. These are good folks to deal with and are located right here in NH!
Two Bears Trading Co Furs, leather and supplies for the F&I period through the Mountain Man era. Also ready-made goods like moccasins, fur hats and buckskin clothing.
Hombre Leather Fur trade era possibles bags, tacked belts, knives and knife sheaths
Longhunter Leather All sorts of handmade shooting bags, haversacks and other leather goods like leather canteens.
Traditional Tanners Brain tanned leather and traditional tanning supplies
Dirty Billy's Hats You won't find a better hat than one of Dirty Billy's! Civil War, 17th, 18th or 19th Century.
Black North Primitives Birch bark baskets and hand crafted self bows.
Crazy Crow All sorts of Native and Buckskinner craft supplies.
Double Edge Forge Famous for quality custom knives, be sure to read his page about "kits"
Longknives and Leather High-end hand made knives and tomahawks
Repro Paperwork Reproduction wartime paperwork and accessories, mostly WW2, but they have rubber staps to replicate the dreaded "tax stamp" that caused so much unrest in colonial America
Peter Goebel - Goose Bay Workshops Just about anything you can imagine for the 18th century that is made out of brass or copper along with a few things that you would probably never have thought of. More than just copper pots, Peter Goebel makes all sorts of brass and copper items, from an ale warmer to a barber's bowl
Westmoore Pottery An amazing assortment of all sorts of replica pottery and blown glass. Also a wide assortment of pewter spoons at reasonable prices
Tiger Hunt Gunstocks Gunstock blanks, precarved stocks and ball-headed war clubs out of American hardwoods
The Log Cabin Shop Muzzleloader shooting supplies since 1940. This is one of the oldest muzzleloading shops in the country.
Stonewall Creek Outfitters All sorts of parts, supplies and flints
Ted Cash Manufacturing Cappers, inlays, powder measures, and buttons. He's been making muzzleloader parts and accessories since 1968
Coalition of Historical Trekkers A national organization dedicated to the preservation and study of the pre-1860 frontier people in America through hands-on experimentation
National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association The national organization dedicated to shooting muzzleloaders and muzzleloader education.