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Western Carolina University. WCU student’s elk research to help Great Smoky Mountains National Park manage its resources In Cherokee One Feather. Vol. 2013. Eastern Band of Cherokee, 2013.
Westmore, Alexander. "Notes on the Birds of North Carolina." Proceedings of the United States National Museum 90, no. 3117 (1941): 485-530.
Westmore, Alexander. "Notes on the Birds of Tennessee." Proceedings of the United States National Museum 86, no. 3050 (1939): 175-243.
Westveer, Neal Brian. Eat Taters & Wear No Clothes : East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad, 1866-1950 : An Illustrated History . N. B. Westveer, 1990.
C. Wetherby, Leah. The Cherokee Star: A'-ni Tsa-la-gi' No-qui-si. AuthorHouse, 2007.
Wetmore, Ruth Y.. First on the Land: The North Carolina Indians. Winston-Salem: J. F. Blair, 1975.
Wetzel, Mark J., and Peggy M. A. Morgan. "Aquatic Microdrile Oligochaetes (Annelida, Clitellata) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee." Southeastern Naturalist 6, no. Special Issue 1 (2007): 153-158.
Wetzel, Mark J.. Aquatic Oligochaeta (Annelida, Clitellata) of the Ravensford Wetland Area in Great Smoky Mountains National Park North Carolina. Gatlinburg, TN: National Park Service, 2001.
Weyler, Fred. "Elizabeth Colville Black(burn) Newell: Mother of King's Mountain, Part II." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 36, no. 3 (2010): 2-7.
Weyler, Fred. "Elizabeth Colville Black(burn) Newell: Mother of King's Mountain." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 36, no. 2 (2010): 14-21.
Whaley, John T.. A Timely Idea at An Ideal Time: Knoxville's Role in Establishing The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee, 1984.
Whaley, Mrs. Steve. News from Little Pigeon. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1943.
Wharton, Don. "Our Most Popular National Park." The Saturday Evening Post 226, no. 49 (1954): 34-35, 126-129.
Wheeler, Q. D., and J. V. McHugh. "A New Southern Appalachian Species, Dasycerus bicolor (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Dasycerinae) from Declining Endemic Fir Forests." The Coleopterists Bulletin 48, no. 3 (1994): 265-271.
Whelan, Paul A.. Unconventional Warfare in East Tennessee, 1861-1865. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1963.
Whetstone, Tyler. "Pilot in Smokies Fatal Crash Lacked Key Experience." The Tennessean (2016).
Whetstone, Tyler. "NTSB: Pilot in Smokies Crash Flying Visual Rules." The Tennessean (2017).
Whisnant, David E.. All that is Native and Fine: The Politics of Culture in an American Region. 25th Anniversary Ed. Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 2009.
Whisnant, David E., and Anne Mitchell Whisnant. "Seventy-five Years of Parks and Scenic Roads: Shenandoah, Skyline Drive, and the Blue Ridge Parkway." Augusta Historical Bulletin, no. 46 (2010): 91-109.
Whisonant, Robert Clyde. Stratigraphy and Petrology of the Basal Cambrian Chilhowee Group in Central-Eastern and Southeastern Tennessee In Geology. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University, 1967.
White, Merlin M., Augusto Siri, and Robert W. Lichtwardt. "Trichomycete Insect Symbionts in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Vicinity." Mycologia 98, no. 2 (2006): 333-352.
White, Peter S.. "Rare Plant Monitoring in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In 2nd Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks, 219. National Park Service, Southeast Region, 1979.
White, Peter S.. The Flora of Great Smoky Mountains National Park: An Annotated Checklist of the Vascular Plants and a Review of Previous Floristic Work. Uplands Field Research Laboratory, 1982.
White, Philip B., Saskia L. van de Gevel, and Henri D. Grissino-Mayer. "Climatic Response of Oak Species across an Environmental Gradient in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, USA." Tree-Ring Research 67, no. 1 (2011): 27-37.
White, Alana. Come Next Spring. New York: Clarion Books, 1990.

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