1 - Bjoern Lorenzen - beech wood bowl & beeswax compound from Heritage Products
2 - Tom Perry - wood fired pottery from Ft. Boonesborough
3 - Mark Robinson - Pottery container w/lid - Ft. Boonesborough
4 - Dave Canan - "And the Battle Began Like Claps of Thunder" by Anne Crabb - Fort
5 - Jean Estes - Braided Deerhide rope - Pickaway Plains Trade Co.
6 - Joe Birch - buffalo yarn - Hot Dip Tin
7 - Art Lain - silk scarf and pair of socks - Virginia Floorcloth Co.
8 - John Morgan - wood lantern - Ft. Boonesborough Foundation
9 - Jon Hagee - KWW 2011 attendance certificate - Ft. Boonesborough Foundation
10 - Donovan Howard - Trade Beads - Tommy Barnett Horns
11 - Larry Grubbs - belt axe - Dry Ridge Blacksmith Shop
12 - Carol Jarboe - 18th C. wallet - Bethel Forge
13 - Melanie Kuntz - basket - Fort
14 - Tommy Barnett - turkey call - Longhunter Leather
15 - Russel Martin - wood fired pottery - Fort
16 - Michael Fields - painted floor cloth - Blue Sage Mercantile
17 - Randy Lee Conover - powder measure - Fort
18 - Earl Bayer - tomahawk - Rolling Fork Trade Co.
19 - Terry Perkins - wooden lantern - Fort Boonesborough Foundation
20 - Mike Murphy - hand-woven sash - Baker's Bundles
21 - Ethan Clegg - KWW 2011 attendance certificate - Ft. Boonesborough Foundation
22 - Jackie Ginter - "Col. John Holder" by Harry Enoch - Fort
23 - John Hagee - wooden chest built by Bill Farmer app. 1974. Refitted with new hand-forged
hardware made at this year's Hammer-in at the fort, by Randy Wolfe and George Neal.