Southern Appalachian Digital Collections

  • Appalachian dance (1)
  • Appalachian music (1)
  • Canning and preserving (1)
  • Dance -- Appalachian Region (1)
  • Depressions -- 1929 -- Southern States (1)
  • Gender nonconformity (4)
  • Lumber trade (4)
  • Mines and mineral resources (6)
  • Paper industry (14)
  • School integration -- Southern States (1)
  • African Americans (0)
  • Agriculture -- North Carolina, Western (0)
  • Appalachian Region, Southern -- Maps (0)
  • Appalachian Trail (0)
  • Architecture (0)
  • Artisans -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Arts and crafts movement -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Basket making -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Cherokee art -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Cherokee artists -- North Carolina (0)
  • Cherokee language (0)
  • Cherokee pottery -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Cherokee women -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Church buildings (0)
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) (0)
  • College student newspapers and periodicals -- North Carolina -- Cullowhee (0)
  • Education -- North Carolina, Western (0)
  • Floods -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Forced removal, 1813-1903 (0)
  • Forest conservation (0)
  • Forests and forestry (0)
  • Gay community -- North Carolina, Western (0)
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park (N.C. and Tenn.) (0)
  • Handicraft -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Historic buildings -- North Carolina (0)
  • Hunting (0)
  • Landscape photography (0)
  • Logging (0)
  • North Carolina -- Maps (0)
  • Oral history (0)
  • Postcards (0)
  • Pottery (0)
  • Railroad trains (0)
  • Rural electrification -- North Carolina, Western (0)
  • Segregation -- Southern States (0)
  • Slavery (0)
  • Sports (0)
  • Storytelling (0)
  • Tennessee -- Maps (0)
  • Tennessee Valley Authority (0)
  • Tourism -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Waterfalls -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Weaving -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • Wood-carving -- Appalachian Region, Southern (0)
  • World War, 1939-1945 (0)

University of North Carolina Asheville

Morse Family Chimney Rock Park Collection

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The Morse Family Chimney Rock Park Collection includes photographs of Chimney Rock and the surrounding area. The photos are culled from the Morse Family Chimney Rock Park Collection at UNC Asheville, which contains items related to the Morse family, such as photographs, correspondence, and genealogical items, as well as materials related to Chimney Rock including legal documents, brochures, photographs, and postcards. The Morse family sold Chimney Rock to the state of North Carolina in 2007, when it became Chimney Rock State Park.  Descriptions were provided by the donor, Todd B. Morse.