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Winner of the Gold Remi Award for Cultural Documentary and the Bronze Remi Award for Biographical Documentary at the 48th Annual WorldFest International Film Festival. In this first of a continuing mini-series, we take a look at the history of Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Located in East Tennessee in the southern Appalachian Mountains, Cades Cove sheltered a thriving community for over 100 years. Today it remains a popular destination in
the most visited national park in our nation, for people interested in history, native cultures and wildlife.
Here, with personal family memories handed down through generations, and official histories of Cades Cove, we discover the sites of schools and stores, creeks and mills, and the home places such as Effie May Gregory McDaniel, Nathan and Jane Potter Sparks, Dan Myers, Preacher Andy Gregory, Tom Sparks, Dave Sparks, Leon and Johnnie Sparks, Larry Sparks, Fonze Cable, John Oliver, Joshua Jobe and Fighting Billy Tipton, and more. We hear about the Great Warriors' Path and herding cattle up on Spence Field. We start on Laurel Creek Road and end at the John Oliver Cabin. Guests include Cades Cove residents and descendants, National Park Service, representatives from the Eastern Tribe of Cherokee Indians, the University of Tennessee and Little River Railroad. Chapters include: The Appalachians - The Cherokee - The Railroad - Bears and Horses - The Devil's Courthouse - Whiskey in the Casket - The Hog House - Abrams Creek - The Last Log Barn - The Bench - Murder on the Mountains - The Founders of Cades Cove
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Voices of Cades Cove, Part 1: A Sense of Place - 2 hours 6 minutes on 2 discs - © 2014 Kate Marshall Graphics, Inc.