National Geographic : 1934 Jun
BEYOND THOSE HILLS LIES KENTUCKY Below the saddle of Cumberland Gap nestles the town of that name. Up to this pass pioneers toiled with longtrains ofoxteams-the Walkers, Boones, Todds, Clays, Lncolns, and a host of others (see text, page 677). The small notch in the tree line on the mountain at theleft iswhere Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky corner (see map, pages 666-7). Perched high on the opposite side of the valley is the Pinnacle (see illustration, page 671).