|36° 5.272'N||84° 34.482'W|
|36° 5' 16.3"N||84° 34' 28.9"W|
|16S 718364E 3996417N|
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Below the falls is a 30' monolith.
Potter's Falls is a 0.7 miles downstream.
The monolith is a hunk of bed rock that was displaced from the top of the falls in a 1926 flood. The falls was the site of the LaMance homestead and mill. [Ref. Matthew LaMance] See old postcard rendering
Christopher Lewis reports a wet-weather falls downstream from LaMance
Daniel Jack Hutchison photo
2016 grant for $224,000 for Crooked Fork watershed restoration.
© Tom Dunigan