The Great Smoky Park Research Paper

Mountains of high and valley low, the Great Smoky Mountains are one of the most intriguing parks to learn about and to discover what the park’s true purpose is. From the park's first primitive ages, to present day, the view of the National Park has changed through the test of time. The different climates and changes to the environment are absorbing and important to not only the people who act as caretakers of the park, but the people who admire the beauties of the park as well. This park is one of the main parks that were introduced as a national park and preserve a special meaning with the location itself. Time and history have contributed to this park as it has gained more importance now than what it was back then. Understanding the more …show more content…
The Great Smoky Mountains, belonged to the Paleo Indians, which then was used by loggers and Civilian Conservation Corps in the year of 1800. The park’s great stretches even farther back, thus, having more valuation to the people now who own the park. A projectile point has been found was estimated to be 9,000 years old. The living, and non-living things that are native to the land, have a special meaning to this park, because of, their history in the park as well of human development in the park. To have the Great Smoky Mountains sustainable and open to the view for many people, is something that is astounding and most fascinating. From thousands of years in the making until now, the park known as The Great Smoky Mountains, has withstood time before the country we know as today and is still living on for not only a national park, but a preserve for all to …show more content…
It is thought of as nothing but just a forest and a few animals, and is viewed like this than actually visiting the park itself. The park has more expectations than the expectations of someone who does not view the park. Weather at this park are commonly addressed by seasons, and is not treacherous to park visitors, if safety was someone’s main concern. Living things that thrive in the park, in my opinion, are special to the park, because of, their indigenous heritage in the park. Anything other than the original origins in the park, nonnative species, would diminish the purpose of The Great Smoky Mountains. The history of the park, from the start of the Great Smoky Mountains to what it is now, it has grown and sustained value by new caretakers in different times, and the real value to the park is not what is shown on the outside of the park on websites or on advertisements, but in the park

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