Carolyn Smith-Kizer - French Colonial Habitante

Reenactor Resources

Nouvelle France



One of the most comprehensive sites available to Nouvelle France reenactors. Archives contain a wealth of information. Use an online translator — it's in French.

Soldats du Roy et Habitants  en Canada

One of the best sites available to Nouvelle France reenactors. Photo album is superb in its authenticity! Use an online translator — it's in French.

Cooking in Fort Niagara's Kitchen

Le Detachement - a great group of friends who always try to "do it right."

Michel Nichol's Reproduction Poterie for New France

Michel Nichol is the only potter in Quebec to focus all his efforts on the reproduction of artifacts. Inspired by the past, his faithful replicas revive these beautiful reminders of the Quebecois and French heritage.

Interior replica of Acadian dwelling at Belle Isle, Nova Scotia

The Belleisle marsh, located upriver from Annapolis Royal, was settled by 1679. By 1755, there may have been as many as 30 houses along the margins of the Belleisle marsh.

The archaeological legacy of the sinking of the Machault in the Restigouche River in 1760

18thC Nouvelle France trading artifacts from the Machault from Bordeaux, sunk in Chaleur Bay of the Restigouche River, 1760.

Newly Reconstructed Fort Massac
The Massiac Marines are a French Military reenactment group representing the period of the French and Indian War in the Pays Illinois on the Ohio River.