Rustic log cabin, fine art prints, historical landmark, smoky mountain national park, Noah Bud Ogle Cabin, archival print. Rustic log cabin was home to Noah Bud Ogle and his wife Cindy. They were some of the first settlers in what is known as The Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Their rustic cabin is still located along Roaring Forks Motor Trail. They started a 400 acre farm in 1879, in the White Oak Flats Community, now known as Gatlinburg. Like many farms located on streams, the Ogle's had a small grist mill for grinding corn into corn meal. Neighbors sometimes bartered their crops for use of the mill, while widows and unfortunates were allowed to grind their corn for free. The Ogle home also had the unusual addition of running water. A wooden flume ran all the way from the spring above the house to the back porch. Here the water dumped into a double sink, hewn of a large log. Several descendants of the Ogles are prominent figures in the Gatlinburg area today. Rustic log cabin 16x20 Double Matted Archival Print - Ready to frame - reproduction of an original acrylic painting by, Cathy Cooksey, of the Noah Bud Ogle Cabin which still stands in Gatlinburg , Tn . This print is signed by the artist.
Great for any decor . Archival Print made from high quality inks and papers. Guaranteed not to fade or discolor. Do not hang in direct sunlight.
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