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Pond Apple Slough : Preliminary Assessment and Rehydration Test Technical Publication WS-10; December 2001
2001-12
Apple blossoms Kings Mountain National Military Park 82-6-3 Apple Blossoms
Leaf Hoppers Attacking Apple in the Ozarks Great Smoky Mountains National Park; National Park Service
1931-10
John Walker sitting in front of guild holding apple, circa 1918 Great Smoky Mountains National Park John Walker sitting in front of a guild; holding apple in right hand ca. 1918
Circa 1918
Photographs depicting animals, 1921-1931. Child celebrity Jackie Ott excelled as a swimmer and diver, and performed in many events during the 1920s.
1931
Bill Proffitt apple house, Cosby Creek, Tennessee, circa 1948 Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1948 rehabilitation program.Bill Proffitt Apple House; Building No. 146; Cosby Creek, I-B-(5)-6084, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved
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Circa 1948
Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C., Apple house, west elevation, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park II-B-(5)-Ocon-1820, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer,Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C. Apple house, west elevation...
1935-06-19
Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C., Apple house, west elevation, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park II-B-(5)-Ocon-1819, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer,Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C. Apple house, west elevation...
1935-06-19
Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C., Apple house, roof detail, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park II-B-(5)-Ocon-1821, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer,Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, Will Messer (upper place). Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C. Apple house, roof detail...
1935-06-19
Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C., Apple house, north elevation, 1937 Great Smoky Mountains National Park II-B-(5)-Ocon-1822, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer,Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, Will Messer (upper place) Ca 44. Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C. Apple house, north elevation...
1937-12
Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C., Apple house, view from southeast, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park II-B-(5)-Ocon-1824, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer,Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, Will Messer (upper place) Ca 44. Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C. Apple house, view from southeast... Roof of oak boards, 24 long. 20-inch to the weather average 6-inch wide.
1935-06-19
Will Messer (upper place), Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C., Apple house, interior, ground floor, general view, 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park II-B-(5)-Ocon-1823, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer,Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, Will Messer (upper place) Ca 44. Coggins Branch, Cataloochee, N.C. Apple house, interior, ground floor, general view...
1935-06-19
Building Report Photo of Apple House at Oconaluftee Farmstead, Building number 126, North Carolina, 1953 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, II-B-(5)-Ocon-1818, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer
Building Report Photo of Apple House at Oconaluftee Farmstead, Building number 126, North Carolina, 1953 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Building report photo.Oconaluftee Farmstead; Apple House; Building No. 126, II-B-(5)-Ocon-1817, Physical Facilities - Buildings - Historic buildings being preserved - Oconaluftee pioneer
Photographs of plants approximately 1913-1934 / collected and captioned by Gifford. Gifford introduced the cajupet melaleuca to Florida in 1906, when he planted seeds from Cuba at Davie (The tree is native to Australia). Melaleucas were intended to help reclaim lands by absorbing water and drying wetlands.
1934

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