NOAH "BUD" OGLE PLACE, GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS
This is a file from a couple of years ago. The beautiful Smoky Mountains during fall. This is what is known as "Ogle House" located right outside the park. One of the many historical places there.
A little history of the place:
Noah Ogle's great-grandparents, William Ogle (1756–1803) and his wife Martha Huskey (1756–1826), were the first Euro-American settlers in the Gatlinburg area, arriving in the early 19th century (their cabin still stands on the Arrowmont School campus in downtown Gatlinburg). The Ogles' descendants quickly spread out into the adjacent river and creek valleys. Noah Ogle's farm originally consisted of 400 acres (160 ha), although by the early 20th century he had subdivided his land among his children, and retained only 150 acres (61 ha). These last 150 acres (0.61 km2) comprise the bulk of the Bud Ogle Farm historic district.
Canon EF 17-40 4.0 L
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