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Elijah Oliver Place II  by Gary L   Suddath

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Constructed in 1866 by Elijah Oliver.He was the son of John Oliver and born in the cove in 1824. His original farm was destroyed during the U.S. Civil War by Confederate marauders. This cabin is considered a dog-trot cabin sence it has a breezeway between the main house and kitchen.People in the cove didn’t turn away strangers who may need food or a place to spend the night.The closed in portion of the front porch was a “stranger room” Elijah built for this reason.This cabin is located a short hike from the Cades Cove Loop Road in the Great Smoky Mountain NP

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  • Curtiss Simpson
    Curtiss Simpsonalmost 6 years ago

    Nice shot love the sepia tone perfect for this type of image !

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusalmost 6 years ago

    This is wonderful Gary………beautiful piece of history………the tones and lighting here are perfect….

  • Ellen van Deelen
    Ellen van Deelenalmost 6 years ago

    Really nice image in sepia color, well done!

  • GerryMac
    GerryMacalmost 6 years ago

    excellent capture Gary! great as a BW!

  • Mary Campbell
    Mary Campbellalmost 6 years ago

    Wow, interesting place. Great job with the sepia effect it’s perfect.

  • Sherrianne Talon
    Sherrianne Talonalmost 6 years ago

    Another gorgeous one! How many of these do you have hanging on your wall? I hope a few!!!

  • jlynn
    jlynnalmost 6 years ago

    Great composition and tone,,, Excellent image!!

  • Danielle Davenport
    Danielle Daven...almost 6 years ago

    Great vantage point Gary… turned out fantastic! :-)

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyalmost 6 years ago

    Another great shot Gary, good job

  • Lisa G. Putman
    Lisa G. Putmanalmost 6 years ago

    I really love this one, Gary. Great angle, and I love that you’ve included enough of the setting to show it’s surrounding woodlands. Beautifully done!

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