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    • Bark Camp Creek Cascades 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
      Bark Camp Creek Cascades Empties Into The Cumberland River
    • Bark Camp Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
      Bark Camp Falls empties into the Cumberland River.
    • Cumberland Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      Located in Cumberland National Forest, this 63 foot-high by 125 foot wide falls boasts the only moonbow on the American continent.
    • Cumberland Falls State Park 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      Cumberland Falls Beach provides many such scenes such as this.
    • Fishermen in their Boat 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • Fishing at the Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • Fishing by the Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
    • Rainbow Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
      Rainbow Falls gushes from the face Leconte Mountain on the Rainbow Falls Trail to Mt. Leconte in the Great Smokies.
    • Ramsey Cascades 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
      Ramsey Cascades, no doubt, is the most beautiful of the many waterfalls in the Smokies.
    • Snitching Carp below the Falls 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-17)
      "Snitching" Carp below the Cumberland Falls is fine sport during late May and early June, at which time the water fairly boils with what natives have termed "Bugle-mouth bass."
    • Waterfall 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
    • Waterfall 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
      Man plans pageants of splendor, but as yet has produced nothing comparable to the turquoise gleam of a mountain waterfall.
    • Waterfall 

      Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives; Virginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)