Cades Cove Area
Indian trails from the south joined here, crossing the Cove and the mountain into Tuckaleechee Cove. Hyatt Lane is named for a family from Haywood County, North Carolina who lived on the lane in the 1830s. It follows the Indian trace across the Cove.
Built in 1898, this log house and surrounding dwellings are an example of the roughest and finest log construction in the Smokies. A brick chimney, rare for the Smokies, was made of brick molded and fired on the property.
Built around 1856, some of the better blade work of the time is represented in this home. Small outbuildings served as family pantries,also used as a granary and smokehouse.
"Hamp" Tipton had this home built shortly after the Civil War. The long shed on the opposite side of the house is an apiary or bee gum stand, offering honey as a common confection.
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