Bridge Spanning Time, A

The “Queen of the Doe” has gracefullly adorned the edge of Elizabethton since 1882, accommodating the weight of pedestrians, horse-drawn carriages, and even automobiles with ease. But what was life like in the small mountain village when the covered bridge was first built? How did the townspeople endure floods, epidemics, depression, and war? Join Laurel and her small family as they journey through nearly one hundred years of growth, trials, and memories in this reflection of the bridge that spans time.
  • 6 x 9 Trade Paper 128pp.
  • Subject: Tennessee Interest

Condition: New

ISBN: 978-1-57072-236-3

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