Drive into the mountains of east Tennessee or western North Carolina, and you can’t help but feel like something went down.
You feel like the trees in the old-growth have stories. Like stories of the Free Republic of Franklin: a territory given by NC to the Government as a cession for the Revolutionary War debt. A land that lived under the 13-star flag for four and a half years. Lived until they couldn’t get enough support to become a state. A territory that sunk back into the fabric of the mountains just two votes shy. A state lost to the maps, but not abandoned entirely. Still there, in the trees and if you look real hard, you might catch a glimpse of it.
Printed on 110lb, 100% Cotton Lettra Paper
|10% of sale price goes to support foster care|
|Size||13" x 20"|
|Origin||Honest Made in Mass.|
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