Mingus Mill, near Cherokee, North Carolina, was built in 1886 by Sion Early for six hundred dollars.  It was a custom mill which catered to each customers preference.  It was acquired by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in 1930.

Mingus Mill, near Cherokee, North Carolina, was built in 1886 by Sion Early for six hundred dollars. It was a custom mill which catered to each customers preference. It was acquired by the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in 1930.

Cherokee, North Carolina <3 The town of Cherokee was an actual reservation. I had fun whenever I visited that place. There were actually Native American children bathing in the rivers*-*I was actually surrounded by real Native Americans.

Cherokee, North Carolina <3 The town of Cherokee was an actual reservation. I had fun whenever I visited that place. There were actually Native American children bathing in the rivers*-*I was actually surrounded by real Native Americans.

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