Haystack II

Gary L   Suddath

Joined August 2007

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This look into the past is preserved at the Mountain Farm Museum in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. This park is different in many ways from a lot of the other National Parks in the US. It is one of the 1st to have the land bought soley form logging companies and individuals. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 1200 familys were displaced in the early 1920’s and 30’s when they sold their land for the purpose of a National Park. The park service also desided they wanted to preserve the way of life of these early pioneers. Throughout the park old structures have been preserved. Here at the Mountain Farm Museum and at the Cades Cove Visitors Center are 2 places where a whole farm was preserved. The only building here that was originally here though, is the barn, the other structures were moved from various places in the park to here. Another note of the parks uniqueness is they is no charge for entering due to an agreement with the states of Tennessee and North Carolina

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