In the early 1900s, a cabin sat near Stebbins, or what is now Oak Level, Virginia. It was known as "Aunt Tabby Anderson's Place.
The John Bachman house is a landmark that dates back to the early 1800s. The house is located in the Horse Creek area of
The stereotypical “woman in black” has been a ominous figure throughout much of history. The Appalachian regions were no exception.
The home might've been a famous haunted house at one time, but it's prominence has been forgotten. The historic structure burned down some time
The area surrounding Williams Mill in Scott County, Virginia, has seen many changes in the past century. Perhaps the most notable is the demolition
Dances were a common fixture of late Nineteenth Century Appalachian life. They were a form of entertainment, as well as a means to discuss
The Powell River begins in Wise County, Virginia. It meanders through Wise and Lee Counties for around 80 miles, before it crosses into Tennessee.
"Timber Tree" is a folksy name for a relatively isolated road that bridges the Gate City/Bristol Highway, in Virginia, with Bloomingdale in Kingsport, Tennessee.