Lifetime in Gatlinburg, A: Martha Cole Whaley Remembers by Marie Maddox

By Marie Maddox

at the present time, Gatlinburg is an idyllic mountain lodge. however the Sugarlands Valley within the 1910s could not were extra various. Martha Cole Whaley all started her existence at the outskirts of town and has witnessed firsthand the enjoyment and fight of a couple of hundred years within the zone. Her wealthy reports comprise what it used to be prefer to consume onion tops for an after-school snack, shower in a washtub in the back of the range and notice a zip for the 1st time at the boots of the mailman. sign up for writer Marie Maddox as she captures an grand century of Martha's existence in Gatlinburg via tales, interviews or even some of her favourite recipes from now and then.

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