This is a pre-1840 rendezvous and everyone should know what that means. Please keep the spirit of that in mind and police yourself so no one else has to. Thank you for your attention to details and your help in keeping our camp as authentic as possible. We are happy to help and answer any questions you may have.
Here are a few guidelines and reminders.
All trade goods must be Pre-1840!
The Booshway or the appointed Trade Chief has final authority over all disputes involving trade goods.
All furs and animal parts for sale must comply with local, State and Federal laws. The individual trader is responsible for the legality of his trade goods.
No plastic in sight. This includes blister packs, Styrofoam, blanket wraps, candy containers, etc.
No sticky tags.
Books, magazines, patterns, original works of art and limited edition prints must pertain to the pre-1840 fur trade era.
All guns for sale must be pre-1840. No in-line or plastic stocked rifles.
All trading must be done in camp. No tailgate set-ups will be allowed in the parking area.
All trading must be done from pre-1840 structures or blankets and authorized by the rendezvous.
Please remember that many buck skinners look to traders as informed sources of knowledge on the fur trade era. Help them and credit yourself by setting a proper example with correct trade goods and their presentation. Good Traders are an important asset and essential to any period event. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR DONATED TRADE ITEM. ALL ITEMS WILL BE TAGGED AT PICK UP AND RECOGNIZED BY NAME AT THE COUNCIL FIRE!
Thank you all for participating and the Fort Buenaventura Mountain Men wish you all the best and continued success.