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The 8th Annual Genealogy Jamboree and Pioneer Days in the Historic Town of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee is June 7, 8 and 9, 2018. The hours are Thursday 7th from 10am to 5pm; Friday the 8th from 10am to 5pm; Saturday 9th 9am to 6pm; Exhibitors and Speakers are FREE to the public. Free parking around the town of Cumberland Gap.
This Event is A FREE FAMILY EVENT where all can learn their Genealogical History and Heritage. See the lifestyles of our Pioneer Ancestors. Demonstrations are by Craftsmen/women, Native Americans and Military Re-en-actors. Our exhibitors are genealogical and historical societies and speakers, surname tents, authors and crafters. What the Exhibitors have to sell? Genealogical to historical books, hand made soaps, jewelry, coal crafters, chair caning, blacksmith and many other items.
We are not limiting the Genealogy to the families that came to or through Cumberland Gap, Tennessee but too include all families of the United States.
Have your Family Reunion here in Cumberland Gap at the Russell Berkau Memorial Park on Friday or Saturday. Check the Family Reunions page for more details.
All Events are in the Historic town of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee.
DESTINATION CUMBERLAND GAP, TENNESSEE
WHERE GENEALOGY AND HISTORY
RUN THROUGH THE STREETS.
Cumberland Gap, Tennessee
Ted Yoder playing at the 2013 Genealogy Jamboree Click HERE to see him.
Cumberland Gap Tennessee Genealogy and History Group, Inc.
Wayne Fielder at the 2014
Randall Jones at the 2014
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See the Bible Dedication at the 2015 Genealogy Jamboree and Pioneer Day.
As organizers of the Genealogy Jamboree, one of the things we are most emphatic about is keeping the Jamboree FREE and open to everyone. However, this is a lot easier said than done. The costs are higher than one would ever imagine. We have to pay for advertising; flyers; the porta-johns are very costly; et cetera – the bottom line is that it costs thousands of dollars to put on the Jamboree. All of the vendor registration fees go to the Town of Cumberland Gap to help with their costs – without them, the Jamboree would not be possible. Although we do try to pay for everything... Read more