The mysterious mist-filled Smoky Mountains hold onto tales and traditions that have long been forgotten elsewhere.
These oral traditions are often passed from family member to family member and on occasion someone will write the story out and capture a moment in time.
The story of a mountain girl named Nancy Smith, recorded by Mary Ina Carr, is a piece of history experienced in the late 1800,s yet recounted and brought to life as if it were only yesterday. This story lay dormant for many years before being submitted by Carr’s granddaughter Mary L. Johnson.
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