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Campbell, Carlos Clinton. "How a New National Park is Made." Journeys Beautiful: The Travel Magazine 2, no. 10 (1926): 24.
Carberry, Michael E.. Historic Sites in Blount, Cocke, Monroe and Sevier Counties. East Tennessee Development District, 1973.
Carden, Gary. "Honest John: King of the Rogue Bears." Smoky Mountain Living 6, no. 1 (2006): 18-20.
Carr, Patrick C.. Habitat Utilization and Seasonal Movements of Black Bears in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee, 1983.
Carroll, Roy, Raymond H. Pulley, and Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. Historic Structures Report, Little Cataloochee, North Carolina: Jim Hannah Cabin, Will Messer Barn, Dan Cook Cabin and Apple House, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Gatlinburg, Tenn. : Department of History, Appalachian State University, for Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association , 1976.
Carroll, Dorothy, Robert Ballin Neuman, and Howard William Jaffe. "Heavy Minerals in Arenaceous Beds in Parts of the Ocoee Series, Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee." American Journal of Science 255, no. 3 (1957): 175-193.
Casada, Jim. "Harvest Time in the High Country: On the Trail of an Enduring Tradition." Smoky Mountain Living 7, no. 4 (2007): 104-107.
Casada, Jim. "Horace Kephart: The Man and the Myths." Smoky Mountain Living 4, no. 3 (2004): 100-106.
Cawley, Michelle Ann. Habitat Modeling of Invasive Plants in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, 2003.
Chattin, Elizabeth. Habitat Preferences of the Junaluska Salamander, Eurycea Junaluska over Two Spatial Scales . Towson, MD: Towson University, 2004.
Clark, Hal, Michael Collins, Nick Colonna, Valerie Evans, Dan Johnson, Jessica Michaels, A Mohiuddin, Heather Moore, Peter Preston, and Melanie Yelder. Historic Sevierville: The Smoky Mountain Capital., 1996.
Clark, Walter. Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War, 1861-65. Broadfoot's Bookmark, 1996.
Clevenger, Anthony Paul. Habitat and Space Utilization of Black Bears in Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee In Wildlife and Fisheries Science. Vol. Master of Science. Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee, 1986.
Clinton, Catherine. Half Sisters of History : Southern Women and the American Past. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1994.
Coggins, Allen R.. Historic River Hamlet of Pigeon Forge: A Walking Tour. Pigeon Forge Dept. of Tourism, 2000.
Coggins, Allen R.. Historic River Hamlet of Pigeon Forge: A Driving Tour. Pigeon Forge Dept. of Tourism, 2000.
Conover, Adele. "Hunting Slime Molds: They're Not Animals and They're Not Plants, and Biologists Want to Know a lot More about Them in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Smithsonian 31, no. 12 (2001): 26-30.
Constantz, George. Hollows, Peepers, and Highlanders : An Appalachian Mountain Ecology. Missoula, MT: Mountains Press Pub. Co., 1994.
Davis, Joel. "Harvesting Lucrative Plant Still Illegal in Smokies." The Daily Times (2012).
Davis, Donald Edward. Homeplace Geography: Essays for Appalachia. Mercer University Press, 2006.
Dawsey, Karen Cope. "Handkerchiefs, Pew Babies, Bandages, Tears and Love." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 39, no. 1 (2013): 19-21.
De Hart, Allen. Hiking North Carolina's Mountains-to-Sea Trail. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2000.
DeFoe, Don, Elizabeth Giddens, and Steve Kemp. Hiking Trails of the Smokies. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association, 1994.
Denny, Diana. "How Five Sisters Kept the Old Ways Alive." The Saturday Evening Post (2010).
DeNosky, Kathie. His Baby Surprise. Silhouette, 2001.