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The high, rounded mountain in front of you is Clingmans Dome (6,643 feet elevation), the highest mountain in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the highest in Tennessee, and the third highest in the eastern United States. It bears the name of Th…
on Southern Boundary Line of lands allotted to the earl of Granville, one of the lords proprietors, in 1743 by the British Crown.
The dividing line between Burke and Rutherford counties ran here until after 1792.
Beginning corner of grants 5…
In Honorof the Civilian Conservation Corps 1933 - 1942
whose hands built roads, trails, bridges, buildings, campgrounds, and picnic areas in Great Smoky Mountains National Park for the benefit and enjoyment of the people. "If you seek their mon…
World War IBarker, William H.,Bates, Everett R.,Cathy, Charlie,Cochran, John T.,Franklin, Walter I.,Freeman, Caro N.,Kincaid, William,Leaiherwood, James L.,Mashburn, Earnest L.,Mason, William,Mathis, Fred,Moore, Grady,Queen, James R., Shuler, Finl…
At 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest mountain in Great Smokey Mountains National Park and is one of the highest peaks in the eastern United States.
An observation tower at the summit takes you above the treetops for a panoramic view. Cl…
Look out across the Smoky Mountains landscape.How did this land come to be?
They carefully got all the mud and they laid it out on the rocks. And when it was dry enough, Grandfather threw it out into the water, and it became land. And the buzza…
Clingmans Dome is a sacred mountain to the Cherokees, where the Magic Lake was once seen. The Great Spirit told the Cherokees that, "if they love me, if they love all their brothers and sisters, and if they love the animals of the earth, when they…
For over fifty years the mill you are approaching ground corn into meal and wheat into flour for the mountain community near Mingus Creek. In place of wooden water wheel, a small steel turbine provided power to run the mill's stones and machinery.…
Cherokee who resisted removal & escaped from U.S. troops; executed nearby, 1838. Story inspired Unto These Hills.
Site of Union attack on Thomas's Legion, Feb. 2, 1864.Reduced Cherokee support for Confederacy. One mile northeast.