Chatanooga Choo Choo

USA - Tennessee - Chattanooga Choo Choo

Chatanooga Choo Choo
Chatanooga, Tennessee

Parnassus Books

USA - Tennessee - Parnassus Books

Parnassus Books
Nashville, Tennessee

USA - Tennessee - Parnassus Books stamps

Map of Tennessee

USA - Tennessee - Map

Map of Tennessee

Winged Barn

USA - Tennessee - Winged BarnWinged Barn
Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A large cantilevered barn shelters a wagon in Cades Cove.  In the 1800s such barns were built to hold tons of hay in the loft and to shelter cattle and other livestock down below where they could mill about without bumping into posts.

Tennessee River Gorge

USA - Tennesee - TN River Gorge

 

Tennessee River Gorge

Maloney Point Overlook

USA - North Carolina - Great Smoky Mtns
Maloney Point Overlook
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Maloney Point Overlook on the Little River Road near Fighting Creek Gap offers a splendid view of Sugarland the main range of the Great Smokies in Tennessee.

James Knox Polk

USA - President James Polk

 

James Knox Polk
eleventh president of the United States, by G P A Healy.  Polk’s Ancestral Home in Columbia, Tennessee, is a Registered National Historic Landmark, dedicated to the memory of one of our great presidents.  The home has been restored and is open to visitors.

Sign

Entrance Sign

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Pigeon Forge (Tennessee) Entrance

“Come and enjoy a leisurely drive or scenic walk through one of the most beautiful national parks in the South, the Great Smoky Mountain Nation Park!”

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Ginning Cotton by Hand

Ginning Cotton by Hand

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Hetter, Martha and Louis Walker were remarable for their self-sufficient lifestyle.  They grew their own food and made their own clothes, depending on the outside world for only coffee, salt and sugar

Laurel Falls

Laurel Falls

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Tennessee

Laurel Falls is a popular destination for hikers in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  The 75 foot stair-stepping falls is named for the laurel mountain shrubs which bloom in the vicinity each May.

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