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Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project

Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project

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Published by University of Tennessee Libraries in Knoxville .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.)
    • Subjects:
    • Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.) -- History.,
    • Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.) -- Social life and customs.

    • About the Edition

      Provides resources to researchers interested in the history and culture of the Great Smoky Mountains. A regional bibliography is under development. Access is provided to manuscripts, colloquy, regional collections, and digital collections. Links provide access to additional resources, contact and donation information.

      Edition Notes

      Other titlesGSMRP Regional Project, UT Libraries
      ContributionsGreat Smoky Mountains Regional Project., University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Library.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF443.G7
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3379649M
      LC Control Number2004540799

      Hiking Trails of the Great Smoky Mountains: A Comprehensive Guide by Kenneth W. Wise (University of Tennessee Press ) is by far and away the best hiking guide to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Long out of print, this volume contains all of the National Park authorized trails as well as some additional man-ways and off-route hikes which the National /5. - Scenery in the Great Smoky Mountains. See more ideas about Great smoky mountains, Scenery and Mountains pins.

      Lois Jones is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Lois Jones and others you may know. Smoky Mountains Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project, My Gatlinburg Hotels, Everything Amish Country, Charm Ohio, Cincinnati Zoo Chubby's Deli, Moonpie General Store and Book Warehouse in Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Your Smokies, Smoky. Many plotlines weave through the story of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but if the park were a book, some of those plotlines be written in bold, with others buried in small type. “We probably go overboard in telling the story of the white Appalachian settlers to this area,” said Susan Sachs, the park’s acting chief of resource education. “We do a better job of telling the.

        His book, Backpacking Was the Only Way, is based on his journals of early explorations in the Smokies. Ken Wise is a professor and director of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville's John C. Hodges Library. Show More. Customer Reviews. Related Searches. book by tom : Western Carolina University, Hunter Library. In addition to being codirector of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project, Kenneth Wise is associate professor at UTK's John C. Hodges Library, coeditor of Terra Incognita: An Annotated Bibliography of the Great Smoky Mountains, , and coauthor of A Natural History of Mount Le Conte.


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Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project. 1, likes 22 talking about this. Part of the University of Tennessee Libraries and provides support for researchers at all Followers: K. Provides resources to researchers interested in the history and culture of the Great Smoky Mountains.

A regional bibliography is under development. Access is provided to manuscripts, colloquy, regional collections, and digital collections. Links provide access to additional resources, contact and donation information. The Great Smoky Mountains are a mountain range rising along the Tennessee–North Carolina border in the southeastern United States.

They are a subrange of the Appalachian Mountains, and form part of the Blue Ridge Physiographic range is sometimes called the Smoky Mountains and the name is commonly shortened to the Great Smokies Parent range: Blue Ridge Mountains.

codirector of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Wise brings an exceptional depth of knowledge to this guide. Both experienced hikers and novices will find this newly revised edition an invaluable resource for trekking in the splendor of the Smokies/5(10).

Anne Bridges and Ken Wise are codirectors of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project. Bridges is associate professor at John C. Hodges Library at the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project book of Tennessee, Knoxville. With Ken Wise and Russell Clement, she wrote Terra Incognita: An Annotated Bibliography of the Great Smoky Mountains, /5(8).

But the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project has grown into an endeavor of epic proportions, becoming the signature enterprise of the UT Libraries. “People want to learn about special collections and they want to know about the Smokies.

It’s. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee, by National Park Service This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

The book is a historical look at the early trails and camps of the Smokies, along with a firsthand perspective and archival photos.

The WCU edition includes a foreword by Ken Wise, director of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

This edition features a new foreword by Ken Wise, professor and director of the Great Smoky Mountain Regional Project at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s John C.

Hodges Library. An open access edition of Mountains Days is available. Features the collection of Albert "Dutch" Roth, early photographer of the Greenbrier and Mount Le Conte sections of the Great Smoky Mountains.

The digitized images, with captions or full records, can be searched by specific people or places through the pull-down subject heading menu. " State of Tennessee Commission Book I, " Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newslet no.

2 (): Read more about State of Tennessee Commission Book. Adams recorded their adventures in a journal later discovered by Anne Bridges and Ken Wise, co-directors of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project at the University of Tennessee libraries, who Author: Michael Ray Taylor.

Material documenting Thornburgh's book, The Great Smoky Mountains. Jim Casada Collection of Horace Kephart and George Masa Documents and correspondence on Kephart's book, Smoky Mountain Magic, his death and memorial, the naming of Mt.

Kephart, and the subsequent research on Kephart by Jim : Ken Wise. The History of Blount County, Tennessee and its People, - Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Corporate Authors: Blount County History Book Committee: Edition: 1st ed.

Publisher: The Committee: Printed in the USA by Walsworth Publishing, regional director Don Mills, Inc. Place Published: Maryville, TN: Subjects. In addition to being codirector of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project, Kenneth Wise is associate professor at UTK’s John C.

Hodges Library, coeditor of Terra Incognita: An Annotated Bibliography of the Great Smoky Mountains, –, and coauthor of A Natural History of Mount Le : Kenneth Wise. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS COLLOQUY Fall GSM Colloquy D John C.

Hodges Library The University of Tennessee REGIONAL PROJECT Knoxville, TN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS Doris Gove. Great Smoky Mountains Trivia. Helena, MT: Riverbend Publishing, p. How many cemeteries are there in the Smokies.

43). Terra Incognita is the most comprehensive bibliography of sources related to the Great Smoky Mountains ever created. Compiled and edited by three librarians, this authoritative and meticulously researched work is an indispensable reference for scholars and students studying any aspect of the region’s past.

Starting with the de Soto map ofthe earliest. codirector of the Great Smoky Mountains Regional Project at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Wise brings an exceptional depth of knowledge to this guide. Both experienced hikers and novices will find this newly revised edition an invaluable resource for trekking in the splendor of the : Univ Tennessee Press.

• North Shore Cemetery Association announced the cancellation of all North Shore Cemetery Decorations through June At present, all group activities within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are suspended through June 15 and this may change in the future given the complexity and unknown factors concerning the Covid pandemic.

Great Smoky Mountains national park is one of the country's most popular national park sites. It offers postcard-perfect views and plentiful wildlife.

World-renowned for its biodiversity, the beauty of its ancient mountains and its Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this southeastern gem is. REGIONAL PROJECT GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS I n the previous issue of the Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy, the article “Mystery Building in the Sugarlands” contained a description of an obscure stone building situated along Big Branch in an isolated section of the Sugarlands.

A few cursory inquiries into the history of the building yielded littleFile Size: KB.Great Smoky Mountains Cascading waterfalls, roaming wildlife and a view that stretches out overacres – this is the country’s most-visited national park.

Vacationers often start in Gatlinburg and make their way to one of the park’s famous paths where they can find everything they’ve been looking for.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.