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Givnish, Thomas J.. "Biomechanical Constraints on Crown Geometry in Forest Herbs." In On the Economy of Plant Form and Function, edited by Thomas J. Givnish, 525-583. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986.
Birds and Birding, Great Smoky Mountains National Park . Gatlingburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2004.
Graves, Paula. Blood on Copperhead Trail. Ontario, Canada: Don Mills, 2014.
Greene, Amy. Bloodroot: A Novel. Alfred A. Knopf, 2010.
Gallery, Lee Roberson. Blount County, the Peaceful Side of the Smokies: Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Townsend, Tenn.: Smoky Mountain Visitor's Center.
Graves, Paula. Boneyard Ridge. Don Mills, Ontario: Harlequin Enterprises Limited, 2014.
Aldrich, John W., and Phil Goodrum. Breeding Bird Population of a Cove Hardwood Forest in the Great Smoky Mountains In Special Report. Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, 1946.
Heath, Joey, Joseph R. Tomelleri, and Will Fontanez. Brook Trout In Great Smoky Mountains National Park Management Folio ; 6. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Association; National Park Service, 2004.
J. Gorham, Richard. The Brown Recluse In Public Health Service Publication No. 2062. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970.
Goforth, James A.. Building the Clinchfield : A History of America's most unusual Railroad. 2nd ed. Erwin, TN: Gem Publishers, 1989.
Butterflies and Skippers of the Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association, 1999.
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Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Cades Cove, Edited by National Park Service., 1950.
Green, Missy Tipton, and Paulette Ledbetter. Cades Cove. Arcadia Publishing, 2011.
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. Cades Cove Self-guiding Auto Tour. Gatlinburg, Tennessee: Great Smoky Mountains Historical Association, 1965.
Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. Cades Cove Self-guiding Auto Tour. Gatlinburg, Tennessee: Great Smoky Mountains Historical Association, 1971.
Green, Arthur S.. "Cades Cove Tourist Mecca." The Tennessee Conservationist 27, no. 7 (1962): 11-12.
Green, Arthur S.. "Cades Cove Tourist Mecca." Tennessee Conservationist 27, no. 7 (1962): 11-12.
Davis, Johnathan G., Jason E. Miller, Shane M. Billings, Keith W. Gibbs, and Bradford S. Cook. "Capture Efficiency of Underwater Observation Protocols for Three Imperiled Fishes." Southeastern Naturalist 10, no. 1 (2011): 155-166.
Jabado, Salwa, Erica Duecy, Carolyn Galgano, and Christine Anderson. The Carolinas & Georgia. 20th ed. Fodor's Travel Publications, 2013.
Jabado, Salwa, Erica Duecy, Carolyn Galgano, and Christine Anderson. The Carolinas & Georgia. 19th ed. Fodor's Travel Publications, 2011.
Givens, Peter Shelburne. Cataloochee and the Establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Cullowhee, NC: Western North Carolina University, 1978.
C. Dodd, Kenneth, and Marian L. Griffey. "The Cave Associated Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Review and Monitoring." The Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 117, no. 3 (2001): 139-149.
C. Dodd, Kenneth, Marian L. Griffey, and Jeffery D. Corser. The Cave Associated Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. 2014. U. S. Department of the Interior.
Garten, Charles T.. "Changes in Carbon Following Forest Soil Transplants Along an Altitudinal Gradient." Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 39, no. 19-20 (2008): 2883-2893.
Kelly, George Alan, Jack S. Griffith, and Ronald D. Jones. Changes in Distribution of Trout in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1900-1977 In Technical Papers of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Washington, D.C.: Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1980.

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