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Cataloochee Today

The Cataloochee of old is no more. The people moved out and the National Park Service took over. Many of the homes and buildings were burned; some were moved to other sites in the park; but a few were left for us to see today. The fields that yielded a variety of crops have either been reclaimed by the forest or are now grass fields. The beautiful streams and creeks still run through the valleys. The once logged forests have now regrown. Many believe that if it wasn't for the Park that the forests and trees would have been destroyed by the logging operations. (top)

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