The Society of 18th-Century Gentlemen was created in 2000 as a loosely-structured club primarily focused on recreating 18th-century fieldsports, foods and gaming. We soon discovered that there was a great deal of interest in other aspects of 18th-century life and living, and In 2002 our quarterly journal, The Society of 18th-Century Gentlemen’s Magazine, was begun as a means to share ideas and information on a broad range of 18th-century topics.
There are many organizations that focus on the 18th-century military, fur trade, and crafts, but The Society strives to promote a deeper appreciation for the cultural and scientific advances of the “Age of Enlightenment.” Our subscriber base currently stretches all across the United States, Canada, England plus a few corners of continental Europe as well. The only requirement for becoming a member of the Society is an interest in the 18th century and a desire to both learn and share information on the Georgian period.
The links at left offer more information on our primary topics of interest, and the links below will offer you some basics in the Gentlemanly arts:
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