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The Tellico Times
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 2023 Edition



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The Cherohala Skyway
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 Starr Mountain

Tellico History

Tellico OHV Area
Tellico Thunder 2009
Video Clips
Mt. Vernon School
Flag Dedication
Gooseman's Likker

Solomon's Mine?
John A. Murrell
Vonore Gold
Mud Gap
Rafter Road
River of Dreams
Frog & Speedy
Uncle Clabe

Sun Myth

Osama's Beard


High Places:
Starr Mountain
Hiking Citico
Forest Service Page
Tellico Trails

Campfire Recipes
TN Fishing & Hunting
FS Burn Schedule

Local History:
Affair At Toqua
Tellico History
Starr Mountain

John A. Murrell
 Vonore Gold
 Mud Gap

Coker Creek History
Old Photos

More History

Cherokee History:
Legend Of Tsali

Cherokee Myths
The White Chief  Emperor Moytoy
Sun Myth
Lodge Of The Chief


Country Roads:
Barns & Buildings
Gooseman's Likker

The Old Schoolhouse
Frog & Speedy

Old Christmas
Christmas Parade
 Gallery Walk

This Old Barn
Candle Making
Moon Planting

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Sequoyah Museum Fall Festival


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Demonstrating the Cherokee Stickball
Game at the Sequoyah Museum Festival.
One of the Oldest Sports in the US.



Local News & Events
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East Tennessee.

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French Beauty at the Secret City
Festival WWII Reenactment
in Oak Ridge.


 For Those
Who Served
Remember Them!


Statue at Market Square
Mall in Downtown Knoxville.



Passing on Some of the History of the
Cherokee at the Fort Loudoun
Great Island Festival
Sept. 7th. 2013.


 Local History
Over the past 29 years the Tellico Plains Mountain Press brought you many history articles and photos from Tellico Plains.

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Area Recreation

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Fort Loudoun Great Island
Festival in Vonore, TN.



Country lane in Ballplay Community.

The Old Schoolhouse

Frog & Speedy
River of Dreams

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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Civil War Battle Reenactment at the
Sequoyah Birthplace Museum
Great Island Festival.


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Taking a Break at the Fort Loudoun
 18th. Century Trade Faire.


On The Road

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The Blue Moon Full Moon.


Citico Creek After a Rain.


Civil War Battle at the Sequoyah Museum Fall Festival.



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Fishing & Kayaking on the Hiwassee River.









Life Cycle of the Cicada
In Their 13 or 17 Year Cycle They
Hatch & Crawl Up Out of the Ground
When The Temperature Reaches
67 Degrees 4 Inches Deep in Spring.
In Their Adult Stage They Fly
About & Make Their Loud Piercing
Sound to Attact Mates.
They Only Live 4 or 5 Weeks.
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After They Mate The Female Lays
Her Eggs in Twigs Of Trees
Where They Hatch Ant Like & Return
to the Ground & Start
Another 13 or 17 Year Cycle.
Sucking Sap From Roots.



Photos By Jack Waters Copyright 2023

Bald River Falls After a Heavy Rainfall.