Just off the Appalachian Trail and the border between North Carolina and Tennessee is the town of Cosby, Tennessee. In Prohibition Days, it was known as the Capitol of Moonshine.
The Cosby Mill sitting on a bank of the Nolichucky River within the Cherokee National Forest had had a long history of supplying major southeastern markets with flour. It no longer ground flour when I found it; it was used for storing hay. The mill burned to the ground in 1981.
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