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WOODY HOUSE
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     The Woody House is approximately 1.1 mile from the road, a nice little hike back through the woods and over several bridges. Jonathan Woods returned to the valley around 1866. Being a widower in his early 40's he married Levi Caldwell's widow, Mary Ann and moved into her cabin. Jonathan had five children, Mary Ann had 12 children of which nine was still at home. Wow! What a large family. Jonathan died in 1894 and his son Steve became head of the household. They lived in a one-room log cabin, until Steve enlarged the home between 1901-1910 with framed additions, several bedrooms, porches and kitchen. The children slept upstairs in what is called the "old soldiers' room". The household work and farm work was relieved by supplemental tasks.

     The family would gather chestnuts, rob beehives for honey and hunting an trapping. Most of the families in the Cataloochee area took advantage of tourism that spilled into the lovely valley.  They also stocked the streams on their land with rainbow trout, and charged fishermen for the privilege of taking them. The family also took in sightseers and boarders which slept in the house and barn. The extra income was welcome. The Woodys saw times changing and  changed with them. the house is a good example of a progressive 20th century structure with a log cabin heart.

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bulletLatitude: N35 36.44823'
bulletLongitude: W83 07.71190'
bulletElevation: 2983.56
 
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