|6th NCST Sutler's Row Links
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|Where do you find such authentic stuff? We are asked this over and over. We are recognized for our authentic,
museum quality reproductions. It makes us look and feel exactly like a
North Carolina Confederate Soldier from the 1860's. Some of us hand make
our uniforms or equipment, but many of us buy it from folks who specialize
in these wares. Like their 19th Century counterparts, they are known as
Sutlers. In the 19th century, Sutlers were traveling merchants who followed
the army supplying soldiers with items they could not otherwise get.
Cake & pies, canned goods, Soap, clothing, pipes & pocket knifes
and sometimes alcohol & tobacco. Todays Sutlers attend reenactments
& living histories, selling uniforms, accoutrements and weapons that
are exact replicas of those used over a century ago. Below is a list of
some of the Sutlers we do business with. Visit their web sites to learn
what is available. Shop around, but be careful not to buy junk, if in doubt
ask any experianced member. We are always happy to take a new recruit shopping
on Sutler row and help them spend their money!
Disclaimer: The 6th NCST is not associated with any sutler listed and can not make
any guarantees. We have done business with these fine sutlers in the past
and have been pleased with their quality, price and service. We hope you
will be too.
|Click on these On-line Sutlers:
Heritage Leather- Our friend Bill Doner supplies a variety of high quality Leather Items from his Wendell, NC shop. He provides excellent service and stands behind everything he makes.
Fair Oaks Sutler- Our friend Dennis supplies a variety of items, always with excellent
C&D Jarnagin - Great Leathers, Canteens, ground cloths & lots of info on
the web site
Dell's Leather Works- Good Leather Gear
Missouri Boot & Shoe Company You can't find better made or more historically accurate Brogans, boots
and other gear
Fall Creek Sutlery- Known for their Brogans (shoes) and leather goods, but carry a little
bit of everything
Tart, Brantley & Benjamin- Authentic Cloth, uniforms, etc...It's hard to find anything more authentic
(and they're North Carolinians too!)
Old North State Sutlery - FINE HISTORICAL 1860's UNIFORMS- affordable, hand-detailed Civil War Uniforms. Garments are made with special attention to details found on 19th century clothing. Mark made me a pair of custom trousers for not much more than off the rack pants...They are sturdy, authentic, nicely made and most important...I got them quickly!
Panther Primitives- The best dog-tent money can buy
Nick Sekela/Historic Clothiers- Kevin sez: the best US gear and great US clothing, orgasmic frock coat
Chris Daley/Historical Reproductions- Kevin Sez:the best US clothing; orgasmic overcoat
LD Haning and Co- Knapsacks and Accoutrements
Clearwater Hat Company- Hats
Dirty Billy's Hats- More Hats
Family Heirloom Weavers - Wool & Jean's Cloth
John Wedeward Sack Coats & Stony Brook Co. Trousers- The finest reproduction Federal sack coats and trousers available!
John Zimmerman- Master Gunsmith- De-Farbed Muskets & Repairs
The Company Quartermaster- De-farbed Enfield muskets
Cotton City Tailors- Reproduction Confederate Depot jackets and trousers
Village Tinsmith- Isn't it obvious?
|And Don't Forget these vendors that can be reached by Snail Mail :
Mickey Black- great cotton socks
6378 US 601, Salisbury, NC 28147
Chris Graham- great suspenders, 7 styles
RR 3 Box 410-B, Hayesville, NC 28904 (704-389-6126)
(Thanks to Kevin Barnes for contributing to this page)