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for The State Vol. 20 Issue 17, Sept 1952
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The biggest log house ever built in the Smoky Mountains was 2 stories high, 90 feet long, and contained the first real bathrooms ever installed in the county. Constructed on Hooper's Bald, the house was completed in 1910 and contained an eight foot tall wire fence surrounding the property.
Thomas Burton is helping fellow North Carolinians return to the classroom and further their education. Establishing a travelling college, Burton furnished teachers, equipment, books, and supplies, to more than 2,500 adults interested in furthering their education.