Merchants of 17th and 18th Century

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Bethlehem Trading Post Store Sign

Greetings to All

We have been making and selling 17th Century and 18th Century Reenactor Clothing for the past several years. We are a family business with a role and responsibility for all members in the family.

We started selling a few 17th century and 18th century clothing items on trade blankets at various New England events. Since then, we have progressed to a bigger tent and greater variety of items. 

Our goal is to provide the reenacting community with high quality 17th and 18th century clothing and equipment at a fair price.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us anytime. We are always willing to work with all those who enjoy historical reenacting as we do.

- The Spiotti Family -

Bethlehem, NH


Friends of Bethlehem Trading Post

Harmon's Snowshoemen - New England based 17th and 18th century reenacting group, my home group.

Wulff's Rangers - A colonial ranger group in Michigan led by friend and well known historic research author Matt Wulff.

Colonial Baker - Colonial Baker is dedicated to the study of 18th century baking in colonial North America. Jeff Pavlik dit Boulanger, who is a historian as well as proprietor and owner of  a bakehouse is also the owner and operator of this very informative and interesting site:

The Burning of the Valleys Military Association (BVMA) is composed of units which reenact, mostly, the Revolutionary War in the Mohawk, Schoharie and Upper Hudson

RE Davis - The R.E. Davis Company sells a variety of items for the history minded. For nearly 40 years we have been one of the leaders in manufacturing muzzleloading firearm components, including locks, triggers, mounts and accessories.

The Muzzleloader Magazine - a great source for American history articles and living history stories and resources.


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18th Century Man Reenactor wearing White Linen Shirt, Navy Blue Linen Breeches, Black Linen Cravat, and Black Felt Hat