Roan Mountain’s remarkable ecosystem has enchanted people for centuries, beginning with the first native inhabitants. Then came pioneering settlers, celebrated naturalists like John Muir, hardworking miners and loggers eager to make a living from the land and ambitious businessmen such as John T. Wilder, whose Cloudland Hotel helped make Roan a tourist destination in the late 1870s. Today, conserv...
Series: Brief History
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: The History Press (November 16, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 1715837
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Doesn't offer much in the way about history or other interesting facts about Roan Mountain which is a very interesting place going back to original frontier settlers....
researchers and nature lovers of all kinds flock here to experience flora and fauna unique to this region of the Appalachians. Preserving Roan’s ecological heritage has proven both a challenge and a triumph for the mountain’s dedicated supporters. In this newly revised and expanded edition, featuring previously unpublished color photography, former Roan Mountain park interpretive specialist Jennifer A. Bauer recounts the fascinating natural and social history of this marvelous highland landscape.