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The Society for Creative Anachronism got its start in 1960's Berkley, CA at a party held by one of the founding members.  It has spread from there to be a world wide organization, with approximately 30,000 paying members, whose aim is to recreate the best parts of the Medieval period (approximately 500-1500 CE).  The SCA holds hundreds of sponsored events each year with the purpose of fostering its members creativity and skill within their chosen arts or sciences.  For a great introduction to the SCA, check out the SCA Online Demo.
      Within Alaska, the Kingdom of the West, the first kingdom, holds sway, we are ruled by the Prince and Princess of Oertha through their deputies the Baron and Baroness of Eskalya.
      Further information on the SCA is available through the main SCA Site

      If you are looking for the webpage of the Kingdom of the West, which comprises Northern California and Nevada, Alaska, Japan, Korea and Pacific Rim, please use this link.

      The Principality of Oertha webpage, which encompasses Alaska, can be found here 

      For more information about the Barony of Eskalya please contact the Seneschal, at seneschal@eskalya.org.

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This is the recognized website for the Barony of Eskalya of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. and is maintained by Clare de Norwude. This site may contain electronic versions of the group's governing documents. Any discrepancies between the electronic version of any information on this site and the printed version that is available from the originating office will be decided in favor of the printed version. Copyright C 2008 Barony of Eskalya. The original contributors retain the copyright of certain portions of this site. For information on using photographs, articles, or artwork from this website, please contact the web minister at webminister@eskalya.org. They will assist you in contacting the original creator of the piece. Please respect the legal rights of our contributors.