Hazel Creek: Life and Death

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In Hazel Creek: The Life and Death of an Iconic Mountain Town, author Daniel S. Pierce masterfully tells the story of an infinitely complex, supremely controversial and absolutely fascinating mountain community.

A famous writer mysteriously arrived and settled into a remote log cabin. A mine opened and showed great promise-until things turned sour. One of the biggest lumber companies in the country set up shop and brought opportunity and prosperity for all. TVA decided to build an enormous dam to help America win World War II, and a once-bustling town found itself inconveniently within the boundaries of our nation's most popular national park. Illustrated with historic photos, this book shares in detail Hazel Creek's one-of-a-kind history. 120 pages.

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Author(s) Daniel S. Pierce
Short Description In Hazel Creek: The Life and Death of an Iconic Mountain Town, author Daniel S. Pierce masterfully tells the story of an infinitely complex, supremely controversial and absolutely fascinating mountain community. A famous writer mysteriously arrived and settled into a remote log cabin. A mine opened and showed great promise-until things turned sour. One of the biggest lumber companies in the country set up shop and brought opportunity and prosperity for all. TVA decided to build an enormous dam to help America win World War II, and a once-bustling town found itself inconveniently within the boundaries of our nation's most popular national park. Illustrated with historic photos, this book shares in detail Hazel Creek's one-of-a-kind history. 120 pages.
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