Famous civil rights activist and Baptist minister, Martin Luther King Jr., most notably known for his 1963 speech, I Have A Dream, had a national holiday enacted in his honor in 1986, when republican President Ronald Reagan signed legislation to recognize his important contributions.
It’s time for a lunch break on the set of this Civil War reenactment, when opposing forces can break bread and relax with a glass of lemonade. I took this photograph at the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Guests are welcome to visit my galleries at Redbubble and Society 6, where a wide variety of interesting gifts and apparel may be discovered. Thanks for stopping by!