Cades Cove

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Pocket Guide is an information-packed, pocket-size guide that helps visitors get the most out of their park visit in a unique, convenient, and portable package. Overview maps include a locator map of Tennessee and North Carolina, Gatlinburg, Cades Cove Loop, Cataloochee Valley, Newfound Gap Road, wildflower trails, and hiking up Mount Le Conte.

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The Artist love for travel, and independence; set's off a chain of events that almost cost her, her life. Her rescuers came in the form of some entering wild animals.

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The Artist love for travel, and independence; set's off a chain of events that almost cost her, her life. Her rescuers came in the form of some entering wild animals.

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National Geographic's Trails Illustrated Maps are the most detailed and up-to-date topographic recreation maps available for US National Parks, National Forests and other popular outdoor recreation areas. A necessity for exploring the outdoors, each map is printed on waterproof, tear-resistant material. They also contain key safety and contact information, GPS and compass coordinates, Leave No Trace ethical guidelines and hundreds of points-of-interest, including scenic viewpoints, campgrounds, boat launches, swimming areas, marine sanctuaries and wildlife refuges.

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The remote Smoky Mountain community of Cades Cove still lives in the memory of J.C. McCaulley, one of the few remaining former residents, who offers an exclusive glimpse into a childhood in the Cove. His stories, compiled by his wife Margaret, are a testament to a way of life long abandoned-a life before automobiles, television and perhaps too much exposure to the outside world; a life of hard work and caring for your neighbors.

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Six years have passed since trouble last visited Cades Cove.... The death and destruction wrought by Teutates, along with Allie Mae McCormick's deadly rage against David Hobbs and his family in Tennessee and Colorado, has almost been forgotten. The renowned "lovers' lane" ravine in the heart of Cades Cove rests quietly below moonlit skies at night, and John Running Deer can once again enjoy the seclusion of his Smoky Mountain residence.

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Cades Cove Cades CoveThe Life and Death of a Southern Appalachian Community, 1818-1937Durwood DunnWinner of the Thomas Wolfe Literary Award! Drawing on a rich trove of documents never before available to scholars, the author sketches the early pioneers, their daily lives, their beliefs, and their struggles to survive and prosper in this isolated mountain community, now within the confines of the Great Smoky .

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Cades Cove came into existence in 1821, when William "Fighting Billy" Tipton was granted 1,280 acres of fine fertile land in the first recorded legal land title to Cades Cove following the Calhoun Treaty of 1819. The area was established as the 16th Civil District of Blount County. At its peak in 1900, the census showed that there were 125 families living in the cove and over 700 individuals.

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Before the spring break tourists arrive in full force, before black bears emerge from their dens, and before the forthcoming green up of spring, spend time in the bridge between Tennessee Mountain winter and spring. It is late winter, and there is little forage for hungry deer and turkey. This makes them easier to find in daylight hours. A furious snowfall comes, then relents.

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Appalachians All intertwines the histories of three communities Knoxville with its urban life, Cades Cove with its farming, logging, and tourism legacies, and the Clearfork Valley with its coal production to tell a larger story of East Tennessee and its inhabitants. Combining a perceptive account of how industrialization shaped developments in these communities since the Civil War with a heartfelt reflection on Appalachian identity, Mark Banker provides a significant new regional history with implications that extend well beyond East Tennessee s boundaries.

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One of the most popular destinations within Great Smoky Mountains National Park is Cades Cove, and this book showcases its splendor and provides an intimate glimpse of the history behind the beauty of this special place. Preserved by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park to look much the way it looked in the 1800s, Cades Cove's pastoral charm, numerous historic cabins, barns and churches, and incredible wildlife viewing opportunities attract more than two million visitors each year.

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Cades Cove: Hardback: Arcadia Publishing Library Editions: 9781531659196: 31 Oct 2011

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*SECOND EDITION* For that much needed vacation and getaway my speed is Townsend, population 448. It basically has one road. If you like hiking, camping, tubing, horseback riding, biking, checking out a Natural history museum, or relaxing, that about says it all for Townsend. Take a ride up into Cades Cove during your stay. Townsend has just the right amount of accommodations as you will see, and just enough eateries.

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This compelling autobiography of a nineteenth-century Tennessee physician, entrepreneur, and civil servant provides an intriguing look at one professional man s life in pre and post Civil War Appalachia and stands as an invaluable chronicle of southern history. Born in upper East Tennessee in 1817, Dr. Abraham Jobe moved at an early age to Cades Cove, Tennessee, with his family.

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