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John and Lucretia Oliver were the first permanent European settlers at Cades Cove, located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Built in 1822, their... more
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John and Lucretia Oliver were the first permanent European settlers at Cades Cove, located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Built in 1822, their cabin remains today as a popular tourist attraction along an 11-mile loop through the valleys.
Forest trails leading to beautiful, oftentimes remote waterfalls. Mountain peaks with expansive sunrise views. Enjoy your connection with the great outdoors and come along to discover some wonderful museum quality prints to adorn your living spaces - home, business, lobby or cafeteria. You will also encounter other abstract artworks along the way, so take your time and enjoy the creative world of Phil Perkins. Note: Fine Art America watermark will not appear on purchased artwork. You can visit Phil's web site, here: http://perkinsdesigns.com Thanks for stopping by! All Images Copyright (c) Perkins Designs LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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