Best Yet Life and Lore of the Smokies
Bonnie Trentham Myers was born in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park before it became an American treasure. Her family produced nearly everything they needed on their 363-acre farm before they sold their property to the national park service. Her reflections, helpful hints, and insights into early life in the Smoky Mountains provide a truly authentic glimpse into a unique existence. From camp meetings and corn shuckings to tailholders and ¿tater holes Best Yet Life and Lore of the Smokies informs and entertains with topics that are too quickly passing from our memory.
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