I have separated these into the following categories:
A personal friend. He was made a Laurel in the SCA for his accurate jewellery and has sold some of his work to Disney.
Many useful items.
Reproductions of colonial era pottery. Looks fantastic and was used in productions like The Crucible. Currently a gallery of past works as she has stopped production.
A revolutionary war supplier but with lots of goodies for earlier periods.
Beautiful looking leather goods I have long admired.
Cups, spoons, jewelry and other pewter goods.
Supplies primarily 17thC. goods including muskets.
Reproductions of period tentage. The examples I have inspected are of excellent quality.
An excellent collection of links and resources.
A Compendium of Common Knowledge, 1558-1603.
Lots and lots of articles on costuming for men and women of the period.
Journal of the history of cartography. Not much to the site but if you can get access to a library that subscribes it is worth a look.
The reconstructed Globe theater on the south bank of the Thames in London.
Canadian National Park where a "Vauban" fortress is brought to life. Out of period but using the same design principles as in period.
from the Museum of the History of Science at Oxford University.
Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities is working to preserve the site of the Jamestown colony of 1607.
The Mary Rose, England
Museum dedicated to the remains of Henry VIII's ship the Mary Rose.
Reconstruction of an early 17thC. settlement in New England.
The Silverbank - National Geographic Society
Online article about a period ship.
The VASA Museum, Sweden
Dedicated to the ship that sank minutes into her voyage preserving the ship and many artifacts from c. 1630
A collection of documents of American history collected at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands.
Intended for genealogists, it includes many interesting documents relating to the Mayflower "plantation"
Village of Little Woodham in the parish of Rowner, a living history village in the South of England.
An archive edition of Thomas Hariot's A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia (1588/1590)
Samples of military documents from Elizabeth's Army, by C.G. Cruickshank, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1966.
This site links to many other sites as the ECWS is a group of regiments which seem very independent of each other.
An SCA household in the Eastern U.S. trying to do living history using a tavern in 16thC. Calais as the focus. A lot of depth to this site. Currently an archive as the group has disbanded.
One of the original reenactment societies in England.
Dormant college (University of Victoria Medieval Club) in Victoria, BC. which is an affiliate of the Principality of Tir Righ (BC and N. WA) of the Kingdom of An Tir, a part of the Society for Creative Anachronism.
A reenactment society focusing on 17th Century Maryland.
Portraying traders and customers of early colonial America, particularly Virginia.
Elizabethan and early Stuart living history. Appears to be an archive currently.