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Correspondence relating to drainage taxes (Funding) Electronic format produced as part of Reclaiming the Everglades, a collaborative project of the University of Miami, Florida International University, and the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, funded by the Library of Congress/Ameritech National Digital Library Program.
Correspondence relating to tamiami trail construction, 1922-1923. (Funding) Electronic reproduction. Miami, Fla. : Reclaiming the Everglades, c2000. mode of access: world wide web. system requirements: internet connectivity; web browser software. Digitized from papers at the historical museum of southern Florida, Miami, Florida.
The Tamiami Trail 1 postcard, postally unused; caption: "The Tamiami Trail".
Nature Trail, Table Rock State Park, South Carolina South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism TR-137. Table Rock State Park. Nature Trail. ND
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota BO Worcester House
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota BO Worcester House
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota Courthouse - BO
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota Entrance - BO
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota BO Worcester House
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota BO Worcester House
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office Old Medical Col. JH - Oct. 01
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota Vann INN - BO
Nature trail, Historic Bethabara Park, North Carolina National Park Service Southeast Regional Office Bethabara - Nature Trail, M. Barnes
New Echota, Calhoun, Georgia National Park Service Southeast Regional Office New Echota Monument - BO
Comment Drawing So. Carolina SP3 Job 118 Trail Side Shelter South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Poinsett SP-3 Foot-Trail Bridge No 1 South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Scale: 3/4" = 1'-0"
Plot Plan Showing Proposed Location of Trail Shelter 118 South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Scale: 1" = 200'
View of Huskey Branch Horse Trail Bridge over Little River looking east, Huskey Branch, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park View of deck looking east.Huskey Branch Horse Trail Bridge over Little River at Huskey Branch, above Elkmont, II-F-(2)-10995, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
Two sign posts at trail junction, women standing next to signs, Campground, Cliff Top, Newfound Gap via Boulevard, Myrtle Point Great Smoky Mountains National Park Two signs at trail junction. Right side: Two signs on same post. Upper sign: ---- campground 0.1 ----Cliff Trop 0.6. Lower sign: ----Newfound Gap via Blvd. 8 ---- Myrtle Point 0.7. Left side: Three signs on same post. Upper sign: ----Spring 500. Rest indistinguishable. Signs, II-A-Sign-1390, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs.
Clingmans Dome Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Most of material along edge of trail to be removed and burned.Clingmans Dome Trail, II-Tf-5240, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Sinks-Meigs Creek Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park About 200 yards from entrance, looking west. Sinks-Meigs Creek Trail; Line Springs Project C, II-Th-11715, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Low Gap Trail, Cosby Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Low Gap Trail; Cosby TN, II-Th-11701, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Fire hazard reduction, Miry Ridge Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park After... See II-Th-11730 for before picture.",Miry Ridge Trail; Fire Hazard Reduction, II-Th-11731, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Big Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park NP-7,Big Creek Truck Trail; Walnut Bottoms, II-Tt-11907, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Fine grading, Thunderhead Prong Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fine grading.Thunderhead Prong Truck Trail, II-Th-11893, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park In time of high water, series of cascades (for 400 ft.) lined with rhododendron; F. 11 - 5.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11542, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Close up detail of hinge, truck trail barrier Great Smoky Mountains National Park Detail of hinge. Gate, Truck Trail, II-A-Gate-1366, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Gates.
Side and front view of pit toilets on Two-Mile Branch Horse Concession, near Newfound Gap, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Side and front view of pit toilets, showing shape of structures and general details.Two-Mile Branch Horse Concession; Pit toilets; Buildings No. 579A&B, II-HC-2Mi-7179, Physical Facilities - Horse Concession Facilities - Two Mile Branch Stables
Construction, Deep Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction,Deep Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11820, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Detail of double guard rail support. Great Smoky Mountains National Park Detail of double guard rail support.Bear Creek Truck Trail Bridge; Forney Creek, II-F-(2)-11021, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
Clingmans Dome Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Typical condition along lower end of Clingmans Dome Trail.Clingmans Dome Trail, II-Tf-5238, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Man standing next to trail post at fork in trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Two signs on one post. Upper sign: Cherokee Orchard Parking Area 0.4 --- Lower sign: ---- Two Mile Branch Trail to Hwy. 3.3. CCC boy standing behind post. Signs, II-A-Sign-1387, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs.
The bridge converted to foot trail status Great Smoky Mountains National Park The bridge converted to foot trail status in 1954... Full View.Big Creek Horse Trail Bridge, II-F-(2)-11013, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
Trail, Ledge Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction.Ledge Creek - Pin Oak Gap Truck Trail, II-Tt-9252, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Detail of pier and post, Huskey Branch Horse Trail Bridge over Little River, Huskey Branch, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Detail of pier and post.Huskey Branch Horse Trail Bridge over Little River at Huskey Branch, above Elkmont, II-F-(2)-10996, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
Close-up view of top sign at trail junction, Appalachian Trail and Boulevard Trail, 1970 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Close-up view of top sign at trail junction. Sign reads; Appalachian Trail Ice Water spring shelter.5 mile. Charlies Bunion 2.50 mile. Pecks Corner 7.25 mi. Tricorner Knob shelter 12 mi.Appalachian Trail - Boulevard Trail Junction Sign, II-A-Sign-AT/B-15222, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs at junction of Appalachian Trail and Boulevard Trail (taken in connection with the search of lost Explorer Scout Geoffrey Hague February 1970)
Big Creek Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Shooting out rock on Big Creek Trail. Some location as first photograph of trail accompanying sixth period narrative.Big Creek Trail, II-Th-5243, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
The bridge converted to foot trail status Great Smoky Mountains National Park The bridge converted to foot trail status in 1954... Detail...Big Creek Horse Trail Bridge, II-F-(2)-11014, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
Bear Creek Truck Trail, Forney Creek Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bear Creek Truck Trail; Forney Creek, II-Tt-11834, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Loop Tunnel, Newfound Gap Highway Great Smoky Mountains National Park Under Construction.Loop Tunnel; Newfound Gap Highway, II-S-11518, Physical Facilities - Roads - Structures on roads (tunnels, trail underpass, box culverts, trestles)
Tunnel No. 2, Newfound Gap Highway, Lower tunnel Great Smoky Mountains National Park Lower portal - Winter.Tunnel No. 2; Newfound Gap Highway; Lower tunnel, II-S-11531, Physical Facilities - Roads - Structures on roads (tunnels, trail underpass, box culverts, trestles)
Beginning of truck trail, Bote Mountain Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Beginning of truck trail; PWA,Bote Mountain Truck Trail, II-Tt-11803, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Two signs on same post, woman sitting on signs,Mt. Le Conte, Cherokee Orchard via Bull Head Trail Rainbow Falls Great Smoky Mountains National Park Two signs on same post. Woman sitting on signs. Upper sign: Mt. LeConte 0.2 ----- Lower sign: ---- Cherokee Orchard via Bull Head Trail Rainbow Falls tr. 6, Signs, II-A-Sign-1389, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs.
CWA reconnaissance, small falls and pool on Parsons Branch Great Smoky Mountains National Park CWA reconnaissance; Small falls and pool on Parsons Branch, Parsons Branch Truck Trail, II-Tt-11871, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
The Spruce-Fir Trail sign surrounded by shrubs Great Smoky Mountains National Park Spruce-Fir Trail Sign, II-A-Sign-3317, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs
Mt. LeConte from Cove Mountain Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Mt. LeConte from Cove Mountain Trail. Mt. LeConte, I-A-LeC-4880, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from Mt. LeConte
Wall, Bradley Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Wall; Bradley Truck Trail, II-A-Wall-11804, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Walls
Low Gap Trail, Cosby Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Switchback.Low Gap Trail; Cosby TN, II-Th-11702, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Two signs at Laurel Falls Trailhead Great Smoky Mountains National Park Two signs at Laurel Falls Trailhead. LAUREL FALLS TRAIL This trail assends gradually for 1 1/3 miles to Laurel Falls. It is an easy and delightful walk through a forest which was logged and ravaged by wildfire long before the park was established in 1934. For these reasons, big trees are scarce. With natural reforestation and protection many of the scars are healing rapidly. Beyond Laurel Falls the trail continues for 3 miles to Cove Mountain Lookout where there is an excellent panaramic view of the surrounding mountains and is worth the challenge. For text of second sign, see II-A-Sign-4594.Signs; Trail Users Info, II-A-(Sign)-4595, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs
View upstream Great Smoky Mountains National Park View upstream:,Big Creek Truck Trail, Walnut Bottoms Bridge, II-F-(3)-11025, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck Trail Bridges
View of a split-log bench along the trail, note the water flowing from a pipe overflow beyond the bench, Elkmont campground, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-guided nature trail with signs and markers, Elkmont campground. Work Order No. R-11 GRSM. A split-log bench along the trail in the upper section of the valley. Beyond the bench, note the water flowing from a pipe overflow of an old spring.Elkmont Nature Trail; Mids. Branch Nature Trail, II-T-Tn-7510, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)
Russell Field Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Russell Field Trail, II-Th-11778, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Men working on trail, Stoney mountain, Ledge Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Straight Fork maint.Slide on Stoney Mt. II-T-Maint-9266, Physical Facilities - Trails - Trail Maintenance
View from Messer Gap down Hen Wallow Branch Great Smoky Mountains National Park View from Messer Gap down Hen Wallow Branch.Messer Gap Trail; View from Messer Gap. II-Th-11725, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Cosby Truck Trail, Low Gap Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cosby Truck Trail; Low Gap, II-Tt-11814, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Crying Creek Horse Trail, Cosby Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Crying Creek Horse Trail; Cosby TN, II-Th-11662, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Entrance to Bear Creek Road, During construction Great Smoky Mountains National Park Entrance to Bear Creek Road... During construction.Bear Creek Truck Trail Bridge; Forney Creek. II-F-(2)-11019, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
At Trillium Gap as seen coming into the gap from Cherokee Orchard, 2 CCC boys standing near wooden sign posts, one boy with post hole digger, trees in background Great Smoky Mountains National Park At Trillium Gap as seen coming into the gap from Cherokee Orchard. 2 CCC boys, one with post hole digger in foreground. Signs, Trillium Gap, II-A-Sign-1398, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs.
Loop Tunnel, Newfound Gap Highway Great Smoky Mountains National Park Loop Tunnel - Winter; Newfound Gap Highway, II-S-11522, Physical Facilities - Roads - Structures on roads (tunnels, trail underpass, box culverts, trestles)
Greenbrier Pinnacle Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Top of Cat Stairs.Greenbrier Pinnacle Trail, II-Th-11690, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Bullhead Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bullhead Trail, II-Th-11622, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Cleanup, before, View of White Rock. Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cleanup - before; View of White Rock.Appalachian Trail; Trail and view, II-Th-AT-11574, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Three signs on one wooden post, trail in foreground, trees in background Great Smoky Mountains National Park Tree signs on one post. Upper sign "Campground" other indistinguishable. Signs, II-A-Sign-1385, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs.
Walnut Bottoms Bridge under construction Great Smoky Mountains National Park Under construction.Big Creek Truck Trail,; Walnut Bottoms Bridge, II-F-(3)-11947, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck Trail Bridges
Planting and slope treatment at beginning of trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Planting and slope treatment at beginning of trail.Sinks-Meigs Creek Trail; Line Springs Project C, II-Th-11713, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Snow coats rocks and bridge on trail to Chimneys Great Smoky Mountains National Park Snow coats rocks and bridge on trail to Chimneys.Snow Scene, II-F-(1)-4734, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Foot trail bridges; footlogs
Appalachian Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park NOTE the beginning of the Appalachian Trail, eastern end. . ..Appalachian Trail, II-Th-AT-11572, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
View of nature trail path, Elkmont Campground, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Self-guided nature trail with signs and markers, Elkmont campground. Word Order No. R-11 GRSM. Connecting trail between the Elkmont campground and the nature trail. View looking at incline towards the road crossing and start of the nature trail.Elkmont Nature Trail; Mids. Branch Nature Trail, II-T-Tn-7517, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)
Cosby Truck Trail, Country road to Cosby Camp Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cosby Truck Trail; Country road to Cosby Camp, II-Tt-11813, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Bridge No. 1 complete Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bridge No. 1 complete...Kephart Prong Truck Trail, II-F-(3)-11055, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck Trail Bridges
Deep Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Deep Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11821, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Appalachian Trail, Newer 10,500' Marker Great Smoky Mountains National Park View along trail, near 10,500-foot marker, east of Low Gap; NP-6. Appalachian Trail; Newer 10,500' Marker, II-Th-AT-11576, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
The film shows the trail as it should be constructed. Mt. Cammerer Trail, construction Great Smoky Mountains National Park The film shows the trail as it should be constructed. The shooting wire held by the men in the picture gives the alignment. With very little additional drilling, Foreman Parsley can put up with this section on solid rock and eliminate wall work that will be very difficult to hold. This is especially true of the foundation towards the position from which the picture was taken. Mt. Cammerer Trail; construction, II-Th-5197, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Wears Gap Horse Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Line Springs Prog. C"; with small gravel covering...",Wears Gap Horse Trail!, II-Th-11913, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Looking upstream toward bridge Great Smoky Mountains National Park Looking upstream toward bridge,Toms Creek Truck Trail Bridge; Cosby, Tenn. II-F-(3)-11056, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck Trail Bridges
Walkers Valley to Buckhorn Gap Horse Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Walkers Valley to Buckhorn Gap Horse Trail, II-F-(1)-11614, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Foot trail bridges; footlogs
Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Cosby Truck Trail, Country road to Cosby Camp Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cosby Truck Trail; Country road to Cosby Camp, II-Tt-11812, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Boulevard Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park About halfway between state line and LeConte; Class A trail. Boulevard Trail, II-Tf-11607, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Same view as preceding, after construction. Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Trillium Gap to LeConte Trail, Trail No. 12C Great Smoky Mountains National Park Same view as preceding, after construction...Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Sugarland Valley Narrative Report, Seventh Enrollment Period, March 31, 1936 to September 30, 1936, ECW Co. 1458 Camp NP-2.Trillium Gap to LeConte Trail; Trail No. 12C, III-Th-5219, History - Trails (possibly Horse Trails)
Sign for the trail to observation tower, Clingmans Dome Great Smoky Mountains National Park TRAIL TO OBSERVATION TOWER ON CLINGMAN'S DOME: This trail leads to the summit of Clingman's Dome, the highest mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Length of the trail is slightly over 1/2/ mile (2950 ft.); you gain approximately 330 ft. in altitude in that distance. On the summit, partly in North Carolina and partly in Tennessee, is a concrete ramp with spirals up to an observation tower above the surrounding forest. From there, providing weather conditions are favorable, the observer beholds an impressive panorama of mountains and valleys.Signs; Trail to Clingmen's Dome, II-A-Sign-4686, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs
Close view of gate, truck trail barrier Great Smoky Mountains National Park 0, Gate, Truck Trail, II-A-Gate-1365, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Gates.
Laurel Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park From new bridge to old road to be obliterated,Laurel Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11854, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Out of Forney Creek camp Great Smoky Mountains National Park Out of Forney Creek camp,Slab Camp Trail Forney Creek, II-Th-11781, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Site of new road and bridge, Laurel Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Site of new road and bridge,Laurel Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11852, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Forney Creek Truck Trail No. 2 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Under Construction,Forney Creek Truck Trail No. 2, II-F-(3)-11042, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck Trail Bridges
Alum Cave Trail foot bridge crossing stream, Grassy Patch, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Alum Cave Trail Foot Bridge, II-F-(1)-10913, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Foot trail bridges; footlogs
The Buckeye Trail sign surrounded by shrubs Great Smoky Mountains National Park Buckeye Trail Sign, II-A-Sign-3316, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs
Trail construction Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail construction.Cherokee Orchard- Mt. LeConte Trail, II-Th-11633, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Big Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Big Creek Truck Trail; Walnut Bottoms, II-Tt-11904, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Trail construction Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail construction.Cherokee Orchard- Mt. LeConte Trail, II-Th-11634, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
View from Two-Mile Creek Lead Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park View from Two-Mile Creek Lead Trail,Two-Mile Lead Trail, II-Th-11789, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Trail, Ledge Creek, North Carolina Great Smoky Mountains National Park Construction.Ledge Creek - Pin Oak Gap Truck Trail, II-Tt-9257, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Forney Creek Truck Trail Bridge Great Smoky Mountains National Park Forney Creek Truck Trail Bridge (third bridge above camp), II-F-(3)-11043, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck Trail Bridges
Big Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Big Creek Truck Trail; Walnut Bottoms, II-Tt-11903, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
This work was done in the winter or spring of 1934. Mt. Cammerer (White Rock) Trail Clean-Up Great Smoky Mountains National Park This work was done in the winter or spring of 1934...All the debris, both large and fine, was removed from the side of the trail for 100 feet and left a windrow. This work was not supervised by a forestry foreman at the time. At present, it is so matted that scattering is impossible. It is being burned with some damage to the vegetation. By starting the burning at one end of the windrow, the head it kept as low as possible. Mt. Cammerer (White Rock) Trail Clean-Up, II-Th-5232, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Before construction. Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Sugarlands Mountain Trail, Trail No. 11 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Before construction...Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Sugarland Valley Narrative Report, Seventh Enrollment Period, March 31, 1936 to September 30, 1936, ECW Co. 1458 Camp NP-2.Sugarlands Mountain Trail; Trail No. 11, III-Th-5210, History - Trails (possibly Horse Trails)
Road to NP-9, Forney Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Road to NP-9, 0.3 miles above mouth of Forney Creek.Forney Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11832, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
Walkers Valley to Buckhorn Gap Horse Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Walkers Valley to Buckhorn Gap Horse Trail, II-F-(1)-11613, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Foot trail bridges; footlogs