Historically, Sutlers were vendors who sold to the men and companies of Civil War armies. They would often travel in wagons along with the troops, or to military outposts.
Today’s Sutlers are vendors who specialize in goods and supplies of interest to Civil War Reenactors, other Living History Participants, and attendees of those events.
The NCWA lists them here as a service to our members and others in the reenacting community.
To go to the webpage of individual sutlers, just click on the name.
If you are a Sutler and wish to be listed, just use the contact form below. Membership in the NCWA is free for Sutlers. Our members and the public truly appreciate your services.
The Fort Point Garrison Brass Band: Performers of 19th Century Brass Band Music available for public performances. Recordings available for purchase.
Two Horse Enterprises: Dedicated to Trail Riding and Camping. They also stock reprints of books of interest to Cavalry Reenactors. Be sure to let them know the NCWA sent you. A portion of book sales are donated to our Cavalry Fund.
Timeless Stitches: Custom Made Period Garments, Hats, Accessories, and other items.
CW Drygoods: Historic Fabrics, Buttons, and Trims. Email:CWdrygoods@aol.com
SteamBoxes: Fine Period Woodworking. Boxes, Furniture, and Model Railroads.
Holzer & Combe Haberdashery: Period garments and accessories for gentlemen.
The Regimental Quartermaster: Uniforms, weapons, and gear for the reenactor.
The Yankee Reb: Classic Attire – Offering quality hand-made costumes and clothing. email: email@example.com
Jack’s Powder Keg: Distributor and supplier of Black Powder.
Crazy Crow Trading Posts:Vintage cloth, primitive camp & cooking gear, tents, period garments, hats, footwear, for historic reenactors.