Kate Marshall Graphics, Inc. (www.CoveBear.com) is the sole producer, manufacturer and distributor of this DVD.
Triple Winner in 2019! We are pleased to announce that this program has won the Silver Remi Award for Cultural Documentary, the Silver Remi Award for Biographical / Autobiographical Documentary and the Bronze Remi Award for Travel and Tourism Documentary at the 52nd Annual WorldFest International film Festival.
In "Voices of Cades Cove, Part 7: As Sweet As Honey" © 2018 we learn about the Cable School; the Pond Woods, the Dan Lawson cabin and family, Inez McCauley Adams family on the Abbott / Lawson side, the Caughron family; Lois-Ruth-Roy and Kay Caughron telling about making honey and living in the Lawson cabin - they were the last family to leave Cades Cove.
Included is a fantastic dramatic segment all about the high country balds, Spence Field, Russell Field, Little Bald, Thunderhead and Gregory's Bald and the tough mountain herders who lived up there most of the year. It includes first hand accounts of the balds and of the great blizzard of 1901 in rare archival interviews of people who were actually up there at the turn of that century.
Chapters: Previously and Intro - That '39 Chevrolet - Tadpoles and Salamanders - They Called It the Cale Branch - The Balds - The Dan Lawson Cabin - A Bride on Horseback - Icy Floors and Leather Britches - Honey For Sale - Hopewell Church / Lawson Cemetery - The Last To Leave Cades Cove - More Stories and Credits - Awards