Nestled among some of the most rugged mountains in the southeastern United States is an isolated valley that was home to 1200 people in 1910, who made their living first at farming, and then, as tourism developed, by welcoming weary travelers to the Smoky Mountains. On today’s episode – the Cataloochee Valley in Great Smoky Mountains National Park as told through the people who lived there.
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The audio for today’s episode is from the short film Cataloochee – The Center of the World, which you can watch below:
Music for this week’s episode is provided through the generosity of the artists under a creative commons license.