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The Walker Sisters, Margaret, Polly, Martha, Nancy, Louisa and Hettie, lived in what is now the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and continued to live there even after the park was established. The six sisters were never married and lived on the land

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In the Smoky Mountains, everyone goes off looking for bears. With a high population density in the Smoky Mountains, approximately two bears per square mile, it seems that running into one is almost inevitable. So, what about some harder to find types of wildlife?...

One of the biggest things people think of when they hear “Great Smoky Mountains” is the culture of Appalachia. Hunting, fishing, self reliance, and handicrafts are often things that come to mind, but one of the most iconic aspects of Appalachian culture is bluegrass...

Have you heard about Agri-tourism?  What does this term mean?  First let me tell you it’s not about Aggravated Tourists, not when coming to the beautiful Smoky Mountains with so much to see and do.  Agri-Tourism is when tourists visit a farm and take part in...

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