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Description:

This quaintly named point on the Appalachian Trail -- four miles northeast of Newfound Gap -- is the destination of many hiking trips in the Great Smokies. This jagged point is no more rugged than other near-by peaks along the Sawtooth section of the Great Smokies. Its extreme ruggedness, however, was exposed to view when that spot was swept by fire in 1925.

Collection:

Iconic Locations


Date:

Unknown

Creator:

Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers, 1920-1940

Subject

Iconic Locations

Contributor

Mills Kelly

Format

Digital scan of black and white negative

Source:

The University of Tennessee Libraries, Thompson Brothers Digital Collection.

Rights

Copyright (c) 2009. The University of Tennessee Libraries. All Rights Reserved.

Citation

Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers, 1920-1940, “Charlie's Bunion,” Appalachian Trail Histories, accessed June 15, 2019, http://appalachiantrailhistory.org/items/show/432.

Geolocation

Charlie's Bunion BW.jpg