Families of the Brier

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Families of the Brier is a historical account of the families that lived in Big Greenbrier inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park from 1790 to 1930's. It is a photo, map and database production that includes census, genealogy and hiking information on finding all the old home places, schools, churches and other historical structures that once stood inside the park. Many communities that started with the first settlers to over 300 families by the 1920's. Readers will enjoy this book for its history and a useful guide while hiking.

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