Winstontown
A Company of Civilian Living Historians
WTC is always challenging established barriers and pushing the envelope….you can count on it!
A few of our members at Moorpark, November 2007
As a civilian impression are you persistently forced into the role of “second class re-enactor” and feel pushed to the sidelines and left idle or limited to meaningless, silly or historically inaccurate activities you feel have little or no significance?

Do you yearn for a meatier role, have a genuine desire to learn and progress by doing rather than by talking and believe there was more to mid-nineteenth century civilian life than just cooking, sewing, quilting, fashion shows, tea parties, dancing and promenading in finery?

Do you have a desire to truly make a difference and to champion positive change and want to be part of the driving force that continues to alter the very face of civilian reenacting on the west coast?
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