Old Mountain Practice of “Tooth Jump’n”

The colonial men and women who first settled the Appalachian Mountains did so purposefully, knowing full well of the many risks they were taking: They were inhabiting a wilderness land void of cities, modern resources and one that saw medical help virtually nonexistent.

In order to survive in this isolation the inhabitants were forced to become jacks of all trades.

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