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1990 River Conservation Directory Clemson University Libraries Call number: i29.126: r52.
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1990-02
1994 River Conservation Directory Clemson University Libraries Call number: i29.126: h62.
A group of visitors returning to their cars following a walk on the Junglebrook Nature Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park A group of visitors returning to their cars following a walk on the Junglebrook Nature Trail. Junglebrook Cabin is seen in background.Junglebrook Nature Trail, IV-U-Hiking-4735, Miscellaneous - Use of Park - Hiking in Park
1974-03-31
A man and a woman on unidentified trail Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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Circa 1939
A snowy trail in the high country, circa 1935 Great Smoky Mountains National Park A snowy trail in the high country. Winter Activities; IV-U-WS-16289, Miscellaneous - Use of Park - Winter Sports.
Circa 1935
Adams Key Hiking Trail, January 1982 Biscayne National Park; National Park Service Adams Key Hiking Trail.
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1982-01
Aerial View of Anhinga Trail Everglades National Park; National Park Service Aerial View of Anhinga Trail.
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Circa 1965
Aerial of West Lake trail and dock Everglades National Park; National Park Service Aerial view of West Lake with Trail and docks.
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Circa 1975
Aerial view of Anhinga Trail Everglades National Park; National Park Service Aerial view of Anhinga Trail showing viewing area at end, dirt road in background; "Aerial, Anhinga Trail".
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1958-06
Aerial view of Anhinga Trail Everglades National Park; National Park Service Aerial view of dredging of Taylor Slough. Polyester Copy Negative.
Aerial view of Anhinga Trail Everglades National Park; National Park Service Aerial view showing end of Anhinga Trail and surrounding area, looking S.W.; "Aerial of Anhinga Trail". Polyester Copy Negative.
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1958-06
Aerial view of Anhinga Trail, Taylor Slough Everglades National Park; National Park Service Aerial view of dredging of Taylor Slough and Anhinga Trail. Polyester Copy Negative.
Aerial view, parking area at proposed nature trail, Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, 1966 Cape Hatteras National Seashore Ocracoke Island parking area at start of proposed nature trail; 66SN/NT. Ocracoke Island parking area at start of proposed nature trail.
After cave trail construction, New Discovery, 1942 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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Circa 1941
Al Lewis starting Rainbow Falls trail, 1957 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Al Lewis starting Rainbow Falls trail.Horseback riders, IV-U-Gen-2994, Miscellaneous - Use of Park -Miscellaneous use
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1957-08
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
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Fine growth of rhododendron behind cascade.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11543, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Vista opened on old trail to Alum Cave by removal of Rhododendron; file no. 640.03.1 Alum Cave Trail; Mossy grayblacks with small waterfalls and cascades extend for several hundred feet upstream.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11544, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail approach to Arch Rock. Waterfalls about center, and Arch Rock in background.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11535, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Trail will cross stream to Arch Rock at right angles to picture. Steps will turn left in arch and carry trail to top opening of arch, about 30 ft. above entrance. Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11537, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Pool and waterfalls on new trail thru Arch Rock, several hundred feet above beginning of new trail.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11539, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Reverse shot, taken about 500 ft. from start of new section of Alum Cave Trail via Arch Rock. Old gnarled, mossy tree trunk in center is a fine detail... Wall at left. Unusual view of opposite stream bank, with massed rhododendrons from up or down approach. Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11538, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Below Arch Rock....Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11540, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quiet pool and rock ledge at end of cascade series.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11541, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
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
Alum Cave Trail foot bridge no. 1 after rehabilitation, Grassy Patch, Tennessee, 1952 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Rehabilitated foot bridge after floor... Abbie Rowe No. 1716X.Alum Cave Trail Bridge No. 1, II-F-(1)-10974, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Foot trail bridges; footlogs
Alum Cave Trail in fir forest on Mt. LeConte Great Smoky Mountains National Park Alum Cave Trail in fir forest on Mt. LeConte.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11928, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave Trail in fir forest on Mt. LeConte Great Smoky Mountains National Park Alum Cave Trail in fir forest on Mt. LeConte.Alum Cave Trail, II-Tf-11929, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
Alum Cave hiking trail, 18 trail, under Cliff Top, near summit of Mount LeConte, Bob White at right Great Smoky Mountains National Park alum Cave hiking trail, 18 trail, along way, under Cliff Top, near summit of Mt. LeCont. Note remaining wall and foundation of trail. Bob White at right.Alum Cave, 18 trail", II-Tf-9568, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
1935-11-20
Alum Cave hiking, 18 trail, along bluff under Cliff Top, near summit of Mount LeConte, Wilhelm and White, in order named, from front to rear Great Smoky Mountains National Park Alum Cave hiking, 18 trail, along bluff under Cliff Top, near summit of Mt. LeCont. Wilhelm and White, in order named, from front to rear.Alum Cave, 18 trail", II-Tf-9567, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
1935-11-20
America's Trails: A Directory of Organizations and Managing Agencies Clemson University Libraries vol. 1995; Call number: i29.126: am3.
Anhinga Trail boardwalk after hurricane Everglades National Park; National Park Service View of damage to trail boardwalk railing after Hurricane Betsy.
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1967-11
Anhinga Trail, 1961 Everglades National Park; National Park Service Project R-10 EVER; reconstructed Anhinga Trail. Kodak Safety Film.
Anhinga trail in the Everglades Pen note on the back: "Observation trail into the Everglades. Several species of fish and gawe were seen, pluse live gators. Everglades National Park. 1955 (Now being developed)".
1955
Animal trail put out fire Everglades National Park; National Park Service On Slide: Miccosukee strip burn; Animal trail put out fire; Fire # M-6; 2-22-79; Konz; A-2a; 206
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1979-02-22
Anthony Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Ford crossing,Anthony Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11799, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1934-09
Anthony Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Anthony Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11797, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1934-09
Anthony Creek Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Anthony Creek Truck Trail, II-Tt-11798, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1934-09
Anthony Creek Truck Trail Bridge Great Smoky Mountains National Park Anthony Creek Truck Trail Bridge, II-F-(2)-11017, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Horse Trail Bridges
Appalachian Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trail; Silers Bald to Buckeye Gap, II-Th-AT-14103, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
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
Appalachian Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trial between Thunderhead and Derrick Knob, II-Th-AT-14106, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Appalachian Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trial between Thunderhead and Derrick Knob, II-Th-AT-14105, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Appalachian Trail at Brier Knob Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trail on Brier Knob, II-Th-AT-14104, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Appalachian Trail at left, Dry Sluice Gap, Backside view, mountains in distance,1934 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trail. Dry Sluice Gap. Backside view. Charlies Bunion, I-A-CB-532, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of Charlies Bunion.
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1934-05
Appalachian Trail, Intersection of White Rock and AT Great Smoky Mountains National Park NP-6.Appalachian Trail; Intersection of White Rock and AT, II-Th-AT-11573, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Appalachian Trail, Near 9,500' Marker Great Smoky Mountains National Park View along trail, near 9,500-foot marker, east of Low Gap.Appalachian Trail; Near 9,500' Marker, II-Th-AT-11578, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian 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
Appalachian Trail, North Carolina mountains from state line between Dry Sluice Gap and Laurel Top Great Smoky Mountains National Park I-A-AT-2115, Natural Features - Mountains - Views of and from the Appalachian Trial,Appalachian Trail, North Carolina mountains from state line between Dry Sluice Gap and Laurel Top.
1934-09-18
Appalachian Trail, Sawtooth out past Dry Sluice Gap Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trail; Sawtooth out past Dry Sluice Gap, II-Th-AT-11582, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Appalachian Trail, between Kephart and Porters Gap Great Smoky Mountains National Park State Line Trail (Appalachian), between gap east of Kephart and Jct. No. 1.Appalachian Trail; Between Kephart and Porters Gap, II-Th-AT-11584, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
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1933-10
Appalachian Trail, beyond Dry Sluice Gap Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trail; Beyond Dry Sluice Gap, II-Th-AT-11583, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
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1934-05
Appalachian Trail, just east of Dry Sluice Gap Great Smoky Mountains National Park About 1/4 mile east of Dry Sluice Gap.Appalachian Trail; Just east of Dry Sluice Gap, II-Th-AT-11580, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
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1941-07-31
Appalachian Trail, just west of Peaks Corner Great Smoky Mountains National Park Showing small break at edge.Appalachian Trail; Just west of Peaks Corner, II-Th-AT-11579, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
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1941-07-03
Appalachian Trail, near 10,500' Marker Great Smoky Mountains National Park View along unfinished trail, near 10,000-foot marker, east of Low Gap.Appalachian Trail; Near 10,000' Marker, II-Th-AT-11577, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Appalachian Trail, near first gap east of Kephart Great Smoky Mountains National Park Appalachian Trail; Near first gap east of Kephart, II-Th-AT-11585, Physical Facilities - Trails - Appalachian Trails
Approaching ocean on Elliott Key Trail, January 1983 Biscayne National Park; National Park Service Approach to ocean on Elliott Key trail.
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1983-01
Approaching trail sign from Ice Water Springs, junction of Appalachian Trail and Boulevard Trail, 1970 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Coming from Ice Water Springs. Trail sign at extreme right of picture. The trail to Newfound Gap goes to the left.Appalachian Trail - Boulevard Trail Junction, II-A-Sign-AT/B-15232, 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)
1970-03-25
Approaching trail sign from Ice Water Springs, junction of Appalachian Trail and Boulevard Trail, 1970 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Coming from Ice Water Springs. Trail sign at extreme right of picture. Appalachian Trail - Boulevard Trail Junction, II-A-Sign-AT/B-15233, 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)
1970-03-25
Arch Rock, Alum Cave trail, Mr. Pease standing under the rock in distance, surrounded by trees, 1934 Great Smoky Mountains National Park I-G-GEN-1290, Natural Features - Geology - General Views, Arch Rock, Alum Cave trail. Mr. Pease standing under the rock.
1934-09
Articles about the Everglades (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.
1932
Asheville residence and walks, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway North Carolina Section 2Q.
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.
At upper end of the lodge area, sign post at center with two signs, two women standing by sign Great Smoky Mountains National Park At upper end of the lodge area. Three more signs to go on same post. Two women standing by sign. Signs, Mt. LeConte area, II-A-Sign-1395, Physical Facilities - Minor Structures - Signs.
Backpacker along trail between Pecks Corner and Tricorner Knob, Appalachian Trail, 1975 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Original Captions: Backpacker along trail between Pecks Corner and Tricorner Knob; AT between Pecks corner & Tricorner; IV-U-Hiking-17191.Backpacker along trail between Pecks Corner and Tricorner Knob,AT between Pecks corner & Tricorner, IV-U-Hiking-17191
1975
Backpacker with loaded pack hiking along trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Backpacker with loaded pack hiking along trail.Backpacking, IV-U-Hiking-4889, Miscellaneous - Use of Park - Hiking in Park
Bad construction at water crossing. Bee Gum Branch Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bad construction at water crossing. The result is a sustained grade across a depression is that adequate drainage for wet weather is not secured. This trail was wet from the culvert to the first water bar below the culvert. Trails should have a plus grade both ways from depression crossings where under-drainage is necessary.Bee Gum Branch Trail, II-Th-5237, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Balsam Mountain 18 Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Balsam Mountain 18 Trail; Straight Fork", II-Tf-11601, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
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1936-03-11
Balsam Mountain 18 Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Balsam Mountain 18 Trail; Straight Fork", II-Tf-11602, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
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1936-03-11
Balsam Mountain 18 Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Balsam Mountain 18 Trail; Straight Fork", II-Tf-11600, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
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1936-03-11
Balsam Mountain 18 Trail, Straight Fork Great Smoky Mountains National Park Balsam Mountain 18 Trail; Straight Fork", II-Tf-11599, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
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1936-03-11
Balsam Mountain Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Balsam Mountain Truck Trail; Straight Fork, II-Tt-11800, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1936-11-18
Balsam Mountain Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Near Pine Oak Gap,Balsam Mountain Truck Trail; Straight Fork, II-Tt-11802, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1936-10-16
Balsam Mountain Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Balsam Mountain Truck Trail; Straight Fork, II-Tt-11801, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1936-11-18
Bank sloping on upper creek, Bradley Fork Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bank sloping on upper creek. After; NP-4,Bradley Fork Truck Trail, II-Tt-11809, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1935-05-16
Bank sloping, Bradley Fork Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bank Sloping, upper creek. Before. Camp NP-4.Bradley Fork Truck Trail, II-Tt-13026, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1935-05-14
Bank sloping, Bradley Fork Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bank Sloping, upper creek. After. NP-4.Bradley Fork Truck Trail, II-Tt-13027, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1935-05-14
Bank sloping, upper creek, Bradley Fork Truck Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bank sloping, upper creek. NP-4,Bradley Fork Truck Trail, II-Tt-11808, Physical Facilities - Truck Trails
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1935-05-16
Bark ripped off conifers, Appalachian Trail, near Charlie's Bunion, snow on ground, 1940 Great Smoky Mountains National Park I-F-Tree-1136, Natural Features - Flora - Trees, Bark Ripped Off Trees, Bark ripped off conifers, Appalachian Trail, near Charlie's Bunion.
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1940-02-26
Bark ripped off conifers, Appalachian Trail, near Charlie's Bunion, tree at center, snow on ground, 1940 Great Smoky Mountains National Park I-F-Tree-1135, Natural Features - Flora - Trees, Bark of Trees, Bark ripped off conifers, Appalachian Trail, near Charlie's Bunion.
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1940-02-26
Barney Ogle on trail to Myrtle Point Great Smoky Mountains National Park Barney Ogle on trail to Myrtle Point.Barney Ogle, II-Tf-4973, Physical Facilities - Trails - Foottrails, Fire Lanes, Manways
1973-09-05
Base of large tree surrounded by rocks and other smaller trees, Big Locust Nature Trail, circa 1959 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Big Poplar on Big Locust; Nature Trail, II-Tn-5431, Physical Facilities - Trails - Nature trails, Spruce Fir, Big Locust, Buckeye, Cades Cove Vista, Pine Oak, Junglebrook, Sugarlands, Cosby; Elkmont (Mids Branch)
Circa 1959
Basic Characteristics of Everglades Peats Some Basic Characteristics of Everglades Peats (81-I-18)
1960-1970
Battle of Kings Mountain route map Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Battle of Kings Mountain route map Kings Mountain National Military Park; National Park Service
Baxter Creek Trail Great Smoky Mountains National Park Baxter Creek Trail, II-Th-11668, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Bear Creek Truck Trail Bridge Great Smoky Mountains National Park Bridge complete... Bear Creek Truck Trail Bridge; Forney Creek, II-F-(3)-11022, Physical Facilities - Footlogs and Bridges - Truck 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
Before cave trail construction, New Discovery, 1941 Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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Circa 1941
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)
Before construction. Turf has been removed. Driving steel. Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Sugarlands Mountain Trail, Trail No. 11 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Before construction...Turf has been removed...Driving steel. 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-5212, History - Trails (possibly Horse Trails)
Before construction. Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Trillium Gap to LeConte Trail, Trail No. 12C 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.Trillium Gap to LeConte Trail; Trail No. 12C, III-Th-5216, History - Trails (possibly Horse Trails)
Before construction. Camp H. A. Morgan, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Trillium Gap to LeConte Trail, Trail No. 12C 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.Trillium Gap to LeConte Trail; Trail No. 12C, III-Th-5218, History - Trails (possibly Horse Trails)
Before cutting trail, Camp NP-7 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Before cutting trail... Camp NP-7,Swallow Fork Trail; Big Creek NC, II-Th-11786, Physical Facilities - Trails - Horse Trails
Before trail construction by CCC, view of workers in woods behind boulder Mammoth Cave National Park; National Park Service
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1935-10