Strangers in high places: the story of the Great Smoky Mountains

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Doubleday, 1966 - Travel - 394 pages
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Review: Strangers High, Exp Ed: Places

User Review  - Christopher Brian - Goodreads

A great place to start reading about the great smoky mountains and Appalachian Region. Michael Frome includes reference to all the great works that came before him like Horace Kephart. Read full review

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User Review  - Tom - Goodreads

God's favorite part of His creation has to be the Smoky Mountains. Even so, after reading this book, I lamented that the park was ever created. What right did the government have to kick out those who ... Read full review

Contents

Chimney Tops
5
Approach to Soco Gap
11
Bartram
21
Copyright

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