Pre-1840’s Clothing, Accessories, And Muzzleloader Supplies. Est. 1977

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Independent Mountain Men Living History Society

The Organization is a living history organization dedicated to the preservation and demonstration of American frontiersmanship history – in particular the skill, knowledge, arts, and crafts of the American Frontier period from 1750 to 1840.  The organization owns nearly 400 acres in Emlenton, Pennsylvania where regular demonstrations, reenactments, and other historical functions and activities are held.

LOCATION: 
420 Squaw Valley Road
Parker, PA 16049

>> IMM Winter-In Rendezvous   February 9,10,11 2018

Trail Walk Shoot- $100 Prize for best shot, No Dog-Sled Race, Camp Feast- Saturday- Bring a covered dish.
All participants must be in primitive dress.  Pre-1840.  
Wood Provided.  Camp fee: $10.00
RSVP- Joe Morgan 412 926 4951
LOCATION: 
420 Squaw Valley Road
Parker, PA 16049


>> Spring Fling Camping-  Open To Public – April 2018
See what we are about.  Primitive camp and attire not needed.

>> WPPR Rendezvous – Open To Public –  July 12,13,14,15  2018

                        **********  Living ‘THE REVENENT’   ********

Come join us for a living history reenactment. American Frontier period from approximately 1750 to 1850.  Primitive camps and attire required within the camp.  A modern camping area is available.

Sheduled: SHOOTING – ARCHERY- KNIFE & HAWK – PRIZES – TRADERS – KIDS GAMES – CAMP FEAST
Horses or mules need pre-registered.  No Dogs
Trader Fee and Camp Fee - $10.00 per person.  Free for kids under 18. 
Traders - Pre 1840 Goods Only
Open to Public 10:am - 4:pm Friday and Saturday
Firewood, water and (3 Bags of Ice provided to Pre-Registered)  Dead line 6/30/18
CAMP FEAST Saturday.  We furnish the meat.  Bring potluck dish to share
 
LOCATION: 
420 Squaw Valley Road
Parker, PA 16049