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Price, Charles F.. Freedom's Altar. J.F. Blair, 1999.
Dykeman, Wilma. The French Broad In Rivers of America. 4th Illustrated Reprint ed. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee Press, 1965.
Dykeman, Wilma. The French Broad In Rivers of America. New York: Rinehart , 1955.
Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers. French Broad River at Tennessee - North Carolina State Line. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Thompson Brothers Digital Photograph Collection, 1920.
Highton, Richard. "Frequency of Hybrids between Introduced and Native Populations of the Salamander Plethodon jordani in Their First Generation of Sympatry." Herpetologica 54, no. 2 (1998): 143-153.
Lix, Courtney. Frequently Asked Questions About Smoky Mountain Black Bears. Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2010.
Raja, Huzefa A., J. Campbell, and Carol A. Shearer. "Freshwater Ascomycetes: Cyanoannulus Petersenii, a New Genus and Species from Submerged Wood." Mycotaxon 88 (2003): 1-17.
Glasgow, Benny C., and Paula Pierce. "Freshwater Ribbon Worms (Nemertea) from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Journal of North Carolina Academy of Science 130, no. 2 (2014): 60-64.
Johnson, Becky. "Friends of the Smokies: A Lifeline for the Park." Smoky Mountain Living 9, no. 3 (2009): 48-49.
""Friendship Cemetery" or "Whaley Cemetery"." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 6, no. 1 (1980): 5-6.
Burrowes, Sally L.. "On the Fringes." Southern Friend 14, no. 1 (1992): 32-41.
Zix, Mark W., and Sandra A. Cekot. Frisky, Furry, and Fearsome: Wildlife in America's National Parks. Ambassador Video Productions, 2005.
Sturgis, Amy H.. From Aniyuwiya to Indian Territory : Cherokee Civilization, 1500-1839. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University, 1998.
Roth, Albert "Dutch" Gordon. From Appalachian Trail between Cheoah Bald and SteKoah Gap. Smokies in background.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Albert Gordon "Dutch" Roth Digital Photograph Collection, 1933.
Roth, Albert "Dutch" Gordon. From Appalachian Trail near Stekoah Gap. Smokies in background.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Albert Gordon "Dutch" Roth Digital Photograph Collection, 1933.
Kirst, Karen. From Boss to Bridegroom. Waterville, Maine: Thorndike Press a part of Gale Cengage Learning, 2015.
Loubser, Johannes H. N.. "From Boulder to Mountain and Back Again : Self-Similarity Between Landscape and Mindscape in Cherokee Thought, Speech and Action as Expressed by the Judaculla Rock Petroglyphs." Time and mind : the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 2, no. 3 (2017): 287-312.
Anonymous. From Bridge -- Sugarlands -- Fall -- '28 Little Pigeon River Gatlinburg.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1928.
Webster, Herbert M.. "From Brushy". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338.
Webster, Herbert M.. "From Brushy". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338.
Roth, Albert "Dutch" Gordon. From English Mountain looking east.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Albert Gordon "Dutch" Roth Digital Photograph Collection, 1937.
Bridges, Anne, and Ken Wise. "From Fact to Folklore to Fiction: Stories from Cataloochee." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 8, no. 2 (2007): 1-2.
Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers. From Gant Lot. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Thompson Brothers Digital Photograph Collection, 1920.
Anonymous. from Glades School for Mr. Leon Gaturaytan, Philippine Islands. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1956.
C. Martin, Brenden. "From Golden Cornfields to Golden Arches: The Economic and Cultural Evolution of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee." Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association 6 (1994): 163-172.

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