[CAM] CAM History Project

Jack Welsh alasdair at wi.rr.com
Sun Mar 18 19:41:05 CDT 2007


Ok...put me in to help and buy two copies!

Alasdair
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Wesley Adams 
  To: cam at minstrel.com 
  Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 3:48 PM
  Subject: Re: [CAM] CAM History Project


  The plan I'm working up is to make copies of the Annals for sale.

  Arnbjorn

  Price & Alice-Barb & Bob Kearns <p-a at execpc.com> wrote:
    Could we get copies made to sell?  Or is that a really silly idea.
    Alice
      ----- Original Message ----- 
      From: Viscountess Astrid of the Yellow Rose 
      To: cam at minstrel.com 
      Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 12:17 PM
      Subject: Re: [CAM] CAM History Project


      Yes.... you did!  :)

      I do believe there are enough calligraphers and illuminators in the barony that could pitch in to this effort... I heard about a couple of Mistresses who reside here too.... maybe they can be the directors :)

      I'm willing!

       
      On 3/13/07, Jennifer Moore <blackbelt84 at hotmail.com> wrote: 
        How big is it!  What a way to practice my calligraphy, illumination, bookbinding skills....
        ...Did I just do what I think I did?
        Genevieve



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          From:  Enika <enika at wi.rr.com>
          Reply-To:   cam at minstrel.com
          To:  cam at minstrel.com
          Subject:  Re: [CAM] CAM History Project
          Date:   Tue, 13 Mar 2007 11:42:38 -0500 

          >Hey, look everyone.... a volunteer!
          >
          >Ducking behind a chair.....
          >Enika
          >
          >
          >On Mar 13, 2007, at 11:06 AM, Paul Knappenberger wrote: 
          >
          >>
          >>Heck, illuminate it.
          >>
          >>On Tue, 13 Mar 2007, Mary Waller wrote:
          >>
          >>>If you can get permission, let's do a really nice reprint with  
          >>>good type fonts and a strong binding.  After all, it is one of our 
          >>>  heirlooms.
          >>>
          >>>Gwynedd
          >>>
          >>>Wesley Adams wrote:
          >>>
          >>>>  I'm planning on getting in touch with Lady Fey about getting 
          >>>>her
          >>>>  permission to update the Annals of Caer Anterth and securing  
          >>>>permission to
          >>>>  reprint Lord Lievan's "A History of the Shire of Caer Anterth." 
          >>>>  It is
          >>>>  copyrighted.
          >>>>
          >>>>  Arnbjorn
          >>>>
          >>>>  */masanger@ kwm.sca.org/* wrote:
          >>>>
          >>>>      Mr. De Rosa's (thanks, that was the name I was missing)  
          >>>>version is
          >>>>      within
          >>>>      the booklet of Lady Fey's version. 
          >>>>      Arnbjorn has a copy of said booklet, as does the Herald's  
          >>>>files.
          >>>>      I don't know about anyone else, although I figure Lady Fey
          >>>>      probably has 
          >>>>      her own copy.
          >>>>
          >>>>      Rose Marian
          >>>> >  I'd like to see the history published on line and/or as a
          >>>>      booklet for 
          >>>> >  all members.
          >>>> >  Baron Dughall, do you have a copy of Peter DeRosa's history 
          >>>>of  Caer
          >>>> >  Anterth or know where we can get one? Is this entirely 
          >>>>different
          >>>>      from
          >>>> >  Lady Fey's?
          >>>> > >  Gwynedd
          >>>> > >   snowpiper at charter.net wrote:
          >>>> > > >  If we don't have our history, we have nothing! Anyone 
          >>>>with  any
          >>>> > >  knowledge, should reply.
          >>>> > > > >  Dughall 
          >>>> > >  ----- Original Message ----- From:
          >>>> > >  To:
          >>>> > >  Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 11:30 AM
          >>>> > >  Subject: Re: [CAM] A Query..... 
          >>>> > > > > > > >  I know Arnbjorn has a copy of the barony's  
          >>>>history, and
          >>>>      there's one
          >>>> > > >  in the 
          >>>> > > >  Herald's files (I had asked him for a copy of it.)
          >>>> > > >  Lady Fey had enhanced a history of CAM written by someone 
          >>>>  else
          >>>>      (the 
          >>>> > > >  name escapes me, and Albrecht has the herald's copy now.)
          >>>> > > >  It's in a booklet form.
          >>>> > > >  I don't know if it was copywritten or sold without it in 
          >>>>my
          >>>>      hands. I
          >>>> > > >  believe Lady Fey's enhanced history is the best history 
          >>>>of  CAM
          >>>> > > >  available 
          >>>> > > >  at this point.
          >>>> > > >  I know Lady Fey could be asked for permission to post it, 
          >>>>but
          >>>>      I don't
          >>>> > > >  know about the other person, whether he's still playing 
          >>>>      anywhere, or
          >>>> > > >  is still around Milwaukee.
          >>>> > > > > > >  I would like to see it posted as well, if possible.
          >>>> > > >  It's helpful for newcomers, and "imports" like myself to   
          >>>>know the
          >>>> > > >  history
          >>>> > > >  of their local group.
          >>>> > > > > > >  Rose Marian, the "Chat"
          >>>> > > > > > > >  Oh my!!! Who knew this would turn out to be such   
          >>>>an interesting
          >>>> > > > >  trivia query for some!!!
          >>>> > > > > > > > >  Thank you, Dughall for the history lesson about 
          >>>>  this event 
          >>>>      and the
          >>>> > > > >  information, and to His Grace Corin and others as well! 
          >>>>I
          >>>>      remember
          >>>> > > > >  being told bits and pieces about Mama Cat's culinary 
          >>>>magic
          >>>>      with the
          >>>> > > > >  boar's head and the elaborate process that it entailed. 
          >>>>  I would
          >>>> > > > >  have loved to have been here way back in the day, to 
          >>>>see  such a
          >>>> > > > >  sight! Its
          >>>> > > > >  such a shame that this particular tradition is but a 
          >>>>memory
          >>>> > > > >  now.... but certainly a fond one!!! 
          >>>> > > > > > > > >  There is so much about the Barony that alot of  
          >>>>us new people dont
          >>>> > > > >  know....the little things that define us and make us 
          >>>>stand
          >>>>      out from
          >>>> > > > >  the rest. It would be a really wonderful thing if our 
          >>>>rich
          >>>>      history
          >>>> > > > >  was available to all...... perhaps somewhere on the   
          >>>>website,
          >>>> > > > >  perhaps. I know for me, learning about the history of  
          >>>>"my home"
          >>>> > > > >  helps
          >>>> > > > >  to provide a bond, and gives me a deeper sense of   
          >>>>belonging,
          >>>>      which
          >>>> > > > >  I think all newcomers hope for. Just a thought. :)
          >>>> > > > > > > > >  Smiles, 
          >>>> > > > >  Enika
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > > > >  On Mar 12, 2007, at 7:23 AM,  
          >>>> snowpiper at charter.net wrote:
          >>>> > > > > > > > > >  Enika,
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > >  You are testing an old man's memory, but I   
          >>>>believe the first
          >>>>      Boar's
          >>>> > > > > >  Head was held in 1978 (AS XII?). I think there has at 
          >>>>  least
          >>>>      been a 
          >>>> > > > > >  feast called Boar's Head ever since.
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > >  In the beginning, we actually had a Boar's  
          >>>>Head. Momma Cat of 
          >>>> > > > > >  blessed memory had a butcher that got her 2--in those 
          >>>>  days
          >>>>      we did a
          >>>> > > > > >  Boar's Head for St. James Church for our rent, and 
          >>>>the
          >>>>      Kingdom one.
          >>>> > > > > >  She would clean the thing and soak it to remove the 
          >>>>skin,
          >>>>      then put
          >>>> > > > > >  the cleaned skin back on and stuffed the head with a  
          >>>>mixture of
          >>>> > > > > >  pork and beef. She always wanted someone to learn the 
          >>>>  technique,
          >>>> > > > > >  but no one ever did because it was so labor 
          >>>>intensive.
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > >  It was quite a sight! we brought the Boar's 
          >>>>  Head in on a board,
          >>>> > > > > >  borne by 4 bearers and the Caer Anterth Choir singing 
          >>>>  the Boar's
          >>>> > > > > >  Head Carol. Fond memories. 
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > >  Dughall
          >>>> > > > > >  ----- Original Message ----- From: "Enika"
          >>>> > > > > >  To: "CAM List" 
          >>>> > > > > >  Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 12:09 AM
          >>>> > > > > >  Subject: [CAM] A Query.....
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >  Hmmm....... I was just 
          >>>>wondering  if anyone could tell me,
          >>>>      in what
          >>>> > > > > > >  year was the first Boar's Head event?? And has 
          >>>>there  been a 
          >>>> > > > > > >  Boar's Head event every year since?
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > > > >  Enika the Curious ;)
          >>>> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >   
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