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Wild Herbs from the Mountains

Wild Herbs from the Mountains
Queen Of The Meadow It was called "queen of the meadow" by the first New England colonists, an appropriate name to describe the stately beauty of ...

Classic Smokies Wildlife - The Groundhog

Classic Smokies Wildlife - The Groundhog
To the settlers of the Great Smoky Mountains, this now rare animal was known as the whistle-pig, chiefly because of the shrill, high-pitched whistl...

"A letter to my grandchildren about my life in the mountains." - Loura Bradshaw

"A letter to my grandchildren about my life in the mountains." - Loura Bradshaw
LOURA BRADSHAD in the blue stripe dress shown here with her husband and their family. What follows is a letter written by Loura Bradshaw. She le...

"Better I Stay", a book by Margorie Chalmers

"Better I Stay", a book by Margorie Chalmers
Marjorie Chalmers first came to Gatlinburg in 1935, where she devoted 30 years of service and dedication as a community and Pi Beta Phi settlement...

The Little River Lumber Company

The Little River Lumber Company
As a little boy in a family of 12, my dad, William (Bill) McCarter's family lived in the Little River box car houses for a time. His dad Walter Le...