Monday, November 14, 2016

Yancey Co. NC Genealogy #history #northcarolinapioneers

Yancey County Genealogy Records

Yancey County

The western county of Yancey County was established during December of 1833 and was named after Bartlett Yancey of Caswell County, a United States Congressman and Speaker of the Senate. The county seat is Burnsville, North Carolina.

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  • List of Estates 1853 to 1915
Mount Mitchell

Mt. MitchellThe dramatic summit of Mount Mitchell is the highest point east of the Mississippi at 6,684 feet. A National park was established and is easily accessible from the observation deck. A network of trails makes it possibe for visitors to explore the scenery up close. Hikers may start at the Black Mountain Campground on the Toe River and hike some 3600 feet and reach the summit after about 5-1/2 miles. The region is difficult to hike and has continuous climbs. 

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