It varied greatly by region and the culture settled there. I can help you if it's the Gulf Coast you are interested in but I haven't branched out a lot past that.Sorry about that.
I'm looking for the type of style that the early pioneers would have. also the type that would be used at rendezvouses.
When did the use of log furniture start?
Yes you can help. Any and all would be greatly appreciated.:thumbsup:It varied greatly by region and the culture settled there. I can help you if it's the Gulf Coast you are interested in but I haven't branched out a lot past that.
Immigrants with them whatever style they left behind - and, at least initially, have very strong ties to that in architecture, furniture, food etc.
that is where i need to beSounds like you're looking to hear up for going to rendezvous which I do quite a bit of myself. There have been hundreds of articles and millions of arguments over what is and what isn't "period correct" for rendezvous. Part of the arguments stem from the fact that period correct furniture in a Charleston mansion would not be correct at a rendezvous in Green River. If you are in fact doing this for rendezvous use then you should be a member over at http://www.muzzleloadingforum.com/fusionbb/fusionbb.php there is some good info there and some folks Ruth good answers based off ofuch research. There are also opinionated answers based on personal theory too so as always follow answers up with more research!!