The Period Stores will be open for business throughout the weekend. Many of them will be selling period refreshments that you'll want to sample like kettle corn, sassparilla or rock candy. This year cost is $50 for sutlers' registration fees.

Take time to browse and shop or you might stop and watch a period craftsperson at work. Sutlers will have several items for sale that you might be looking for: ballgowns, day dresses, hoops, hairpieces, hats, shoes, uniforms, weapons, tents, lanterns, books, games and much more.

Make a point to visit the Sutler Area. Ask them questions about what they do.
But don't expect to see cash registers at the check-out.

Suttlers who have attended over the years.
The Lantern Man
Dennis Ray Boyd
Crofton, Kentucky
Heartland Kettle Korn
Allen & Terry George
Pinckneyville, Illinois
Sunflower Broom Shop & Rope Maker
Claudie Parson
Crossville, IL
Sweet Ladies Mercantile
Jeanne Issacs
Leitchfield, Kentucky
Studio 2 Photos
Samantha Mahurin
Leitchfield, Kentucky
Ladies & Gentlemen Emporium
Eugene Bencomo
Oakwood, Illinois
Crescent City
Mary Lou Capps
Evansville, Indiana
(812) 867-3960
Mississippi Pete
Guntown, Mississippi
Knox Adler
Marthasville, Missouri
Bear Merchants
Christine Barnum
Seneca, South Carolina
Pop Jack
Jim & Tracy Phillips
Greenfield, Illinois
Ted Sheldon Pewter Hats
Ted Sheldon
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
John & Beth Lovin
Belle Rive, Illinois
Joe Littrell
Luka, Illinois
Skirts & Shirts
Regina Newton
New Salisbury, Indiana
Lady Adelines
Katherine Williams
Union City, Tennessee
Olson's Tinware
Versailles, Kentucky
Paper Lady
Mary Whisante
Alexandria, Arizona
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Julia's Herbals & Goat Soap
Julia Jarvis
Medina, Tennessee
Rocky Top
Kennesaw, Georgia
Gentleman's Emporium
Terry Allen
Mason City, Iowa
Moore's Merchantile
Jack Moore
Boonville, Indiana
Twin Rivers
Charles Roberts
Thebes, Illinois