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Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Kentucky-Virginia-Tennessee. (Printed verso reads: "Pinnacle Overlook. The beuatiful National Park, comprising 20,000 acres, stands as a shrine to the memory of pioneers who passed through Cumberland Gap for the settlement of the lower Ohio and Mississippi Valleys and the Northwest. Historic Cumberland Gap was discovered by Dr. Thomas Walker, and Kentucky was opened up for settlement by Daniel Boone in 1769. Middlesboro, Ky., is headquarters for the thousands of tourists enjoying beautiful Cumberland Gap National Park.")

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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