National Park Service worker Jay Townes works on renovation of the Spence Cabin one of the Elkmont buildings being stabilized and renovated as part of the Park Service’s plan to make a museum community. Spence Cabin will be available this summer for day use.
National Park Service worker Jay Townes works on renovation of the Spence Cabin one of the Elkmont buildings being stabilized and renovated as part of the Park Service’s plan to make a museum community. Spence Cabin will be available this summer for day use.
published Monday, February 14th, 2011
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