The peaceful little village of Old Loyston, Tennessee was located less than 10 miles from where the Museum now stands, and it was often said [...]
Pictured here is the sweater that Granny Toothman knitted from the spring shedding of her Samoyed dog. The dog is named after the Samoyedic people [...]
This unfinished stone carving was created by George Price, a resident of White County, Tennessee. It is our understanding that George had no training as [...]
November 30 through December 2, 2018 | Popcorn balls and paper chains… fruits and nuts in their stockings … carols by the fire... a cedar tree cut in the nearby woods- that’s the Christmas most rural Appalachian children knew. And it's the Christmas we recreate each year...