Spaces Between the Footsteps The Pemberton Oak

Dahl, Mike
June 2002
International Oaks;Summer2002, Issue 13, p61
Academic Journal
The article discusses the story of the Overmountain Men and how members of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association retrace their steps. It states that retracing their steps means reaching the top of the Kings Mountain. Information on the Settlements North of the River Holston and the Nolichucky Settlements is also presented.


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