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It is where Bas Shaw was buried after being killed by Confederates as he was transported to prison in Asheville.There are likely many more buried in the nearby mountains in unmarked graves.
But the Dragon is only 11 miles long and someday might surpass the mystical legends of that famed route. Much of the route was originally just an animal track worn down by large herds of buffalo and then used by native American Cherokee Indians for centuries.
There were corrals to keep the livestock in transit and meager sleeping quarters for guests to spend the night.
Some who tried to cross without paying the toll were caught and supposedly hanged on the spot. Calderwood, formerly the Howard farm property, was created as living quarters for employees constructing Cheoah Dam in 1917, Calderwood Dam in 1930, and those workers who later maintained the entire system.
This is the Toll Booth that was located at mile marker 3 circa 1890s.
The road had been known at various times as Parsons, Madisonville/Franklin and the Tallassee Turnpike. The Tail of the Dragon, also known as Deals Gap or just the Dragon, is considered by many as one of the world’s best motorcycling and sports car roads.
'Nobody has been up to the loft for quite a long time.
A painter working on the house went up to the loft and immediately saw a wasp nest so closed the hatch and called the owner who contacted me.'We couldn't actually get the nests out without breaking them up or damaging them because they were just too big and the loft hatch was bigger than normal.'The biggest nest we were able to just about remove through the loft hatch and take a photo of was 1m (3ft) in diameter.The fort was attacked by Indians in 1760 forcing the few surviving soldiers to retreat.At some point there was a small outpost/store located near the North Carolina/Tennessee State Line.The first white men to use the trail were hunters and trappers moving into dangerous territory in the early 1700s.In 1756 British soldiers struggled through the mountain gaps to establish Fort Louden, one of the first outposts west of the Appalachian mountains.But note that the Parsons Branch Road is “one-way” out of Cades Cove to the Dragon.