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On 1902, a shoeless boy from the Great Smoky Mountains stood before the dean at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

For any hikers booted from the Great Smoky Mountains, why not trade in for a theme park?

In the depths of the Great Smoky Mountains there lies a hidden lake which no human eye has ever seen.

A Shawano war party coming against the Cherokee, after having crossed the Smoky mountains, halted there to prepare arrows.

What magic had flashed such pictures upon a remote summit of the Smoky Mountains?

He emigrated, or committed suicide, I know not which, but the Smoky Mountains knew him no more.

Far in the distance, lifted into the sky, could be seen the great smoky mountains that marked the backbone of the Great Land.

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