This set includes volumes 1-5 by Ted Spring.Sketchbook '56 - Volume 1, Rogers' Rangers, French & Indian War Era, 1756 - 1763
Re-enactors who study the French and Indian War era and Revolutionary War era will enjoy this sketchbook describing the duties, tools and lives of Robert Rogers' Rangers. Plans and sketches describe bags, horns, clothing, tools, firearms and accoutrements of this early era, when America was a British Colony. 8-1/2 x 11" format with 64 pages.Sketchbook '56 - Volume 2, The French Marines, 1754-1761
This volume specializes on items of the French Marines. Plans and drawings include fusils, halberds, pipes, shirts, cartridge boxes, bayonets and sword carriages, French fly breeches, shoes, leggings, canteens, tools and more. You can replicate many of the items shown, using the ideas, sketches, dimensions and plans shown in this book. These ideas may inspire the hobby woodworker, amateur blacksmith, leather craftsman or tailor. 8-1/2 x 11" format with 64 pages.Sketchbook '56 - Volume 3, The Highlanders and Provincial Rangers, of the French & Indian War
Volume 3 describes the clothing, arms, accessories and lives of the Highlanders, Rangers and other mercenaries. 8-1/2 x 11" format with 71 pages.Sketchbook '56 - Volume 4, Spanish Colonial Infantry, 1739-1781
The Spanish were frequent allies of the French, and dominated the Louisiana region, Florida to Mexico, north to St. Louis. Sketches include swords, knives, plug bayonets, the machete, pistols, muskets, flask, cartridge boxes, canteens, cannons and uniforms. 8-1/2 x 11" format with 76 pages.Sketchbook '56 - Volume 5, The Women of the French War Era, 1750-1769
Women's wear, underwear, aprons, hats, hairstyles and accessories of daily life are covered in volume 5. With this sketchbook you will enjoy taking a brief glimpse into the lives of women from the many social classes of the French War Era. 8-1/2 x 11" format with 80 pages.