John Oliver Cabin

Miles Moody

Boone, United States

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One of the historic structures found in the Cades Cove area of The Great Smoky Mountain National Park, this cabin was built in the early 1800s by John and Lurany Oliver for their son when he got married. The Olivers were the first Europeans to settle this area of Appalachia; doing so without a treaty in place with the native Cherokee. Despite the risk, the interlopers were actually assisted in surviving their first winter. The following year after their arrival, the Calhoun treaty was signed giving settlers the right to be there. They bought their land in 1826.

Nikon F5, Fuji Velvia 50, 50 mm, F/22, 1/600 sec, +1 exp compensation

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