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“Its a good quick stop”

Cordell Hull Birthplace and Museum State Park
Reviewed October 6, 2011

I would definatly visit the museum but I would not waste time on the trails as they are not much there to see other than the cave which is closed due to White nose syndrom. My entire attitude may change if the cave is ever reopened. The actually homestead and museum are very small and never once did we see a ranger or anyone working there!!

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Reviewed December 6, 2007

CHSHS is a nifty little SP in Byrdstown TN. If you are in the Dale Hollow Lake or Big South Fork region, its worth a visit. Cordell Hull (‘the founder of the UN’) was the Sec. of State under FDR. A museum located on the premises houses many of his awards (including his Nobel Peace Prize), personal letters, photos, periodicals, etc. There is also has a picnic area and a replicate of his boyhood cabin. Across the road is a 2 mile roundtrip trail that takes you to some caves where Hull’s father made moonshine.

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