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7 edition of Great Smoky Mountain Stories found in the catalog.

Great Smoky Mountain Stories

by W. Clark Medford

  • 11 Want to read
  • 0 Currently reading

Published by Overmountain Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore,
  • Social history,
  • History: American,
  • History,
  • History - U.S.,
  • USA,
  • United States - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages157
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8698290M
    ISBN 101570721599
    ISBN 109781570721595
    OCLC/WorldCa49313438

    A new book details family and community cemeteries in what's now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and stories of many people buried : Amy Mcrary. Great Smoky Mountain Stories by W. Clark Medford A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.

    Come to the Peaceful Side of the Smokies. A quality experience awaits your family in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. You're gonna need a longer stay! Plan your stay! View our Vacation Guide online» If you would like to order a printed guide, please fill the following form. -- Select a State -- Alabama Alaska Arizona. A fantastic book of mystery. I live in Knoxville Tennessee and The Great Smoky Mountains is close by, and is something that is of beauty and amazement. This place is also something of legend and stories. From Folklore to as this book details, mysteries that are unsolved.4/5().

      Here are three of our favorite Cherokee legends from the Great Smoky Mountains: Atagahi: The Enchanted Lake. According to the Cherokee tradition, hidden deep within the Smoky Mountains, there is an enchanted lake that humans cannot see. Stories in the Gatlinburg, TN region.


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Smoky Mountain Memories: Stories from the Hearts of the Parton Family [Willadeene, Parton, Willadeene] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Smoky Mountain Memories: Stories from the Hearts of the Parton Family/5(18). Lisa Horstman, author and illustrator for such popular children’s books as The Great Smoky Mountain Salamander Ball and The Troublesome Cub has outdone herself this time with Sabrina: A Great Smoky Mountains Story.

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Clark Medford. He includes a number of stories pertaining to the North Carolina side. Great Smoky Mountains - Wikipedia. If you’ve spent any time in the Smoky Mountains, you’ve likely heard a tall tale or two. These colorful stories may not stick strictly to the facts, but they are always entertaining.

Some of the best legends in East Tennessee have been passed down for generations, usually just by word of mouth. This is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park entry in the extensive Falcon Guides series. When looking for a hiking guide book of a park, we generally look for the Falcon Guide first.

With few exceptions, they are very good at what they do, and we like to have a consistent format to get used to. Stories Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on September 2,"for the permanent enjoyment of the people." Creating a National Park Becoming a national park was not easy for the Great Smokies.

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Sunday Morning/Evening Meeting Time - AM And PM. 3 Smoky Mountain Ghost Stories That Will Scare Your Socks Off 1. Lucy of Roaring Fork. The Cussing Cover. The Enchanted Lake. This short book of less than pages is divided into fourteen chapters that tell a variety of stories about people who came to grief in terms of death or injury in the area of the Smoky Mountain National Park.4/5.

The Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina have some of the tallest and most rugged peaks in the system, with some towering over 6, feet (Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina is the highest peak east of the Mississippi River at 6, feet). “Appalachian Mountain Culture and Ghost Stories,” by The Moonlit Road: Strange Tales.

A list of regional books I’ve read that I recommend. Suggestions and recommendations also welcomed. Cataloochee: A Novel by Wayne Caldwell. Based on the federal government’s relocation of rural mountain folk to make room for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Great Smoky Mountains Vistas is a mountain identification guide book to Great Smoky Mountains National Park with overlooks and tourist destinations in North Carolina and Tennessee by photographer Tim Barnwell, author of Blue Ridge Parkway Vistas, The Face of Appalachia, Hands in Harmony, On Earth's Furrowed Brow.

I had forgotten about Bert Vincent. He was a columnist with the Knoxville News Sentinel for the better part of 40 years till his death in He was most famous for his "Strolling" column about life and lore in East Tennessee and particularly the Smoky Mountains.I remember his stories well and Best Stories of Bert Vincent Sage of The Smokies should be a good read that I intend to purchase.

Filed under: Mountain life -- Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.) -- Fiction The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains, by Mary Noailles Murfree (HTML and TEI at UNC) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. The Illustrated Guide to Great Smoky Mountains National Park book includes 40 full-color posters from the Anderson Design Group’s award winning Illustrated National Parks Collection.

The book also includes beautiful wildlife and scenic photography from the Smokies, travel tips and trail tours, an illustrated park map featuring must-see landmarks, a historic overview of Great Smoky Mountain.

‘Smoky Mountain’ is a series of contemporary romance novels written by Lin Stepp. Lin writes stories set in and around the Great Smoky Mountains +The Story. The Smoky Mountains are one of the most popular tourist sites in the United States.

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In our nearly 65 years of operation, we have contributed $36 million to the park. By joining us, you can help us make it another great. Great Smoky Mountains Perhaps the most aptly named geographic landmark in the world, the majestic mountain range that spans the borders of North Carolina and Tennessee was dubbed “Place of Blue Smoke” by the Cherokee Indians due to its perennial blanket of smoky-blue mist – a natural effect of oily residues and water vapor from its richly.WELCOME BACK – Book 9.

Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Great Smoky Mountains, Lin Stepp’s sweet and touching story follows one woman’s journey back to the home—and the husband—she left behind Daddy’s Girl – Book