Tatum Cabin

Title

Tatum Cabin

Subject

Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, Boone, Tatum Cabin

Description

A color slide showing Tatum Cabin at Hickory Ridge Living History Museum in Boone. Built by the family of the same name in the late 18th century, the cabin was brought from Todd, North Carolina, and rebuilt by the Southern Appalachian Historical Association. A split rail fence is in the foreground, and several rhododendron bushes are visible around the building. A handwritten notation on the front of the slide reads: "Tatum Cabin."

Creator

Linda Miller

Date

Circa 1970

Contributor

Carolyn Aldridge

Format

Color Slide

Language

English

Type

Still Image

Identifier

Lin-Mil-01-044

Spatial Coverage

Boone, NC

Scanning Technician

Derek McSwain

DPI

2400

Bit Depth

24

Collection Name

Linda Miller Collection

Scanning Software

EPSON Scan

Files

Lin-Mil-01-044.jpg

Citation

Linda Miller, “Tatum Cabin,” Digital Watauga, accessed August 18, 2019, http://digitalwatauga.org/items/show/7160.

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