Saturday, October 19, 2013

Tennessee History Festival

Yesterday, Dudeboy and I joined the Fetter family (homeschool friends of ours from way back when we first started homeschooling) for a beautiful day at the the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park in Nashville and the Tennessee History Festival. It was basically a gathering of reenactors/interpreters representing the sweep of Tennessee history through demonstrations and encampments . . . everything from a Cherokee encampment to conquistadors to WWI soldiers to a slavery revisionist display. Odd, that last one.  

With Lincoln, Davy Crockett, and a Civil War surgeon.

With a group representing soldiers from the Spanish-American War.

With a longhunter from Roan Mountain.

Architectural historian Dudeboy, in a full discourse about columns, capitals, pediments, and the like . . .

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