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The Tellico Times

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Vol. 3, No. 8

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August  2001

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Local Racing
Solomon's Mine?
Lodge Of The Chief
Sun Myth
Moon Planting

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High Places:
Hiking Citico
Tellico Trails

Campfire Recipes
TN Fishing & Hunting
FS Burn Schedule

Local History:
Affair At Toqua
Tellico History
Coker Creek History
Old Photos

Cherokee History: Legend Of Tsali
Cherokee Myths
The White Chief  Emperor Moytoy
Sun Myth
Lodge Of The Chief

Tellico Schedules
Tellico Scores

Country Roads:
The Old Schoolhouse
Old Christmas
This Old Barn
Candle Making
Moon Planting

Kids Stuff:
Just For Kids Links

Nothing But Net: Computer Links Computer Tips

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Garrison weekend at Fort Loudoun...The Fort surrendered to the Cherokee on August 9,1760.

Garrison Weekend at Fort Loudoun.

Local News & Events
Watch this section for local news and happenings. Also features on all those local characters that live in and around the area. We hope to include as much coverage on our town and county as possible. We will always give an independent and unbiased viewpoint! Email or contact us anytime.


Citico Creek below Double Camp in the Cherokee National Forest.

Citico Creek Below Double Camp

Forest Service Info Page

High Places
This section of the Times will bring you news, photos and information about the Cherokee National Forest and the surrounding natural beauty of Southeast Tennessee. Hiking and camping spots, trail information and hunting and fishing schedules and the weather for the Tellico District. .










August, 31st.
1772 - Hurricane destroy ships off Dominica.
1842 - US Naval Observatory authorized by an act of Congress.
1864 - Atlanta Campaign-Battle of Jonesborough.
1886 - 1st major earthquake
recorded in eastern US, at Charleston, SC.
1902 - Split skirt 1st worn by Mrs. Adolph Landeburg. (horse rider)
1907 - England, Russia & France form the Triple Entente.
1935 - FDR signs an act prohibiting export of US arms to belligerents.
1954 - Census Bureau established.
1955 - 1st sun-powered automobile demonstrated, Chicago, Ill.
1971 - Dave Scott becomes 1st
person to drive a car on the Moon.
1977 - Aleksandr Fedotov sets aircraft alt record of 38.26 km. (125,524')
1979 - Comet Howard-Koomur-Michels collides with the Sun.
1988 - 5-day power blackout of downtown Seattle begins.


Babcock Logging Train.

Babcock Lumber Co. Logging Train.

Local History
Over the past 12 years the Tellico Plains Mountain Press brought you many history articles and photos from Tellico Plains. In this issue we include an article that was in a past  printed issue: 


Kayaking the Tellico River.

Recreation & Sports

Check here for coverage of outdoor recreation events and Tellico Plains sports and Sequoyah Youth sports. Anyone wishing to submit photos or information or articles, feel free to do so.

Country lane in Ballplay Community.

The Old Schoolhouse

Country Roads

Here we will display photography from along the roadsides of our special part of East Tennessee. Photos depicting the slow paced country lifestyle, things caught in passing on an afternoon drive. Everything from old barns and buildings to those unique road signs that dot the countryside. Things which disappear with every passing year...


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