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Heard, Matthew J., and Matthew J. Valente. "Fossil Pollen Records Forecast Response of Forests to Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Invasion." Ecography 32, no. 5 (2009): 881-887.
Arnett, Foster, Kurt G. Piehler, and Johnny Goins. Foster Arnett Oral History In Foster Arnett Oral History. http://dlc.lib.utk.edu/spc/view?docId=ead/0012_001608_000000_0000/0012_001608_000000_0000.xml&chunk.id=&toc.depth=1&toc.id=&brand=default, 2000.
Stepp, Lin. The Foster Girls: A Smoky Mountain Novel. Parkway Publishers, 2009.
Wiethaus, Ulrike. Foundations of First Peoples' Sovereignty: History, Education & Culture. Peter Lang, 2008.
Anonymous. Four little 'redheaded' Watsons. 1929.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1929.
Dourson, Daniel C.. "Four New Land Snail Species from the Southern Appalachian Mountains." Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science 128, no. 1 (2012): 1-10.
Stalker, Harrison D.. "Four New Species of Drosophila, with Notes on the Funebris Group." Annals of the Entomological Society of America 32, no. 1 (1939): 105-113.
Anonymous. Four of our pupils. This is the way they come to school, though this picture was taken after church a week ago to-day. Dec. 8, 1912.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1912.
Glasgow, Benny C.. "Four Planarian Species (Turbellaria: Tricladida: Paludicola) from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina, USA." Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science 124, no. 3 (2008): 106-110.
Tuttle, Bill. Four Seasons of Splendor in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Aerial Photography Services, 1988.
Wood, James D.. Fourth Annual Scientific Research Meeting, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, June 16-17, 1978 In Annual Scientific Research Meeting-National Park Service, Southeast Region. Gatlinburg, TN: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1978.
Taylor, R. A. J.. A Fractal Approach to Analysis of Tree Ring Increments In Analyses of Great Smoky Mountain Red Spruce Tree Ring Data. New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research, 1988.
Hinote, Hubert. "Framework for Integrated Ecosystem Management: The Southern Appalachian Man." In Ecosystem Management: Principles and Practices Illustrated by a Regional Biosphere Reserve Cooperative, edited by John Douglas Peine, 81-98. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1998.
Carroll, Grady L. E., and Francis Asbury. Francis Asbury in North Carolina: The North Carolina Portions of The Journal of Francis Asbury. Nashville, TN: Parthenon Press, 1964.
White, Newman Ivey, and Frank Clyde Brown. The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore., 1952.
Duke University, Newman Ivey White, and Clare Leighton. The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore: The Folklore of North Carolina. Duke University Press, 1964.
Huff, Cynthia. Frank Galvin, Gatlinburg, makes a different vessel each time he studies coopering at Arrowmont with instructor, Rick Stewart. (March 20-24, 1995). The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1995.
Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Newfound Gap. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Thompson Brothers Digital Photograph Collection, 1920.
Johnson, Kristine D.. Fraser Fir and Balsam Wooly Aphid: Summary of Information. The Southern Appalachian Research -- Resource Management Cooperative, 1980.
Hay, Ronald L., Christopher C. Eagar, and Kristine D. Johnson. Fraser Fir in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Its Demise by the Balsam Woolly Aphid (Adelges Piceae Ratz.). Knoxville, TN: Department of Forestry, University of Tennessee, 1978.
Busing, Richard T., and Edward E. C. Clebsch. "Fraser Fir Mortality and the Dynamics of a Great Smoky Mountains Fir-Spruce Stand." Castanea 53, no. 3 (1988): 177-182.
Anonymous. Fraternity Forum. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont.
Anonymous. Fraternity Forum: On Arrow in the Smokies. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1968.
Roth, Albert "Dutch" Gordon. Fred Shelly, Paul Hornburg, Harvey Broome, and Albert Gordon "Dutch" Roth made camp at Over Hang Rock on way to Mount Chapman.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Albert Gordon "Dutch" Roth Digital Photograph Collection, 1931.
Stuckert, Robert P.. "Free Black Populations of the Southern Appalachian Mountains - 1860." Journal of Black Studies 23, no. 3 (1993): 358-370.

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