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Ogle Meadow

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Ogle Meadow was a location little visited during the 1940s but offered stunning natural beauty. Located near Burnsville, the meadow was part of western North Carolina's already noteworthy natural landmarks. Yeates Knob offered a broad panorama with an elevation of 6,001 feet. In the 1940s few tourist had yet discovered its appeal and was used by Asheville native Walter Haynes as a pasture for his seventy-five head of cattle.
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 9 Issue 6, July 1941, p10-11, il