Sacramento, KY, was the site of an American Civil War battle between Union Major Eli H. Murray and Confederate Colonel Nathan Bedford Forrest (Considered the south's most brilliant commander) on December 28, 1861. This event is also known as "Forrest's First" and was the largest Cavalry Battle in the State of Kentucky.
The town of Sacramento holds an annual reen-actment of the battle in which local residents voluntarily participate, as well as professional and hobbyist reenactors. I talked my dad into going to this event with me as he has always been interested in guns and the civil war. This was our first time to attend an event like this. I wanted to get as many photos as I could while I was there and I took over 400 shots.
We were there for the last day of the three day event. (May 15th, 16th and 17th., 2009) As it turns out, the main battle reenactment was on the Sunday that we were there.
Allen Freeman has a BFA from Western Kentucky University graduating in 1978, with a minor in Mass Communications. Right out of college he worked in Akron, OH, at Hitchcock and Fleming and Associates Advertising. There he worked on projects for such clients as Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Firestone, Mac Tools and many other major clients. In 1983 he started his own graphic arts studio which he ran for 13 years. In 1996 he was hired by Sierra On-Line to create 3D modeling and texturing for PC games such as Front Page Sports Pro Football 1998, and 99, and create web designs for many of their games. He also worked with Boss Game Studios and Microsoft where his last project was on the Xbox game: Crimson Skies-High Road to Revenge. Now Allen is living in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. He is running two meet up groups (http://tinyurl.com/IEMPG and www.meetup.com/UUUPhotoclub) and has his own full time photography studio: AFREEMAN Photography in Ontario, CA.
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