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Kirk, Don. Hatches & Fly Patterns of the Great Smoky Mountains. Mechanicsburg, PA: Headwater Books Stackpole Books, 2014.
Kirst, Karen. His Mountain Miss. Love Inspired, 2013.
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Landry, Bill. The Heartland Series In The Heartland Series. WBIR-TV, 1984.
Lankford, Andrea. Haunted Hikes: Spine Tingling Tales and Trails from North America's National Parks. Santa Monica Press, 2006.
Larimore, Walt. Hazel Creek: A Novel. Howard Books, 2012.
Larson, Helen H.. Hiking Map & Guide, Great Smoky Mountains National Park : Features: Topographic Map (1:62,500) of Great Smoky Mountains .... Rev. Waterproof ed. Eureka, CA: Earthwalk Press, 1994.
Le Compte, Lamar Campbell, J L. Widman, and Asheville Postcard Company. Hikers Resting Along Rainbow Rocky-Spur Trail. D. H. Ramsey Library, Special Collections, University of North Carolina, Asheville: L.C. Le Compte Postcard Collection (1910-1977), 1950.
Le Compte, Lamar Campbell, J L. Widman, and Asheville Postcard Company. Horseshoe Bend on Little Tennessee River Near the Great Smoky Mts. National Park. D. H. Ramsey Library, Special Collections, University of North Carolina, Asheville: L.C. Le Compte Postcard Collection (1910-1977), 1940.
Le Compte, Lamar Campbell, J L. Widman, and Asheville Postcard Company. A Happy Native Family’ in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. D. H. Ramsey Library, Special Collections, University of North Carolina, Asheville: L.C. Le Compte Postcard Collection (1910-1977), 1950.
Lea, Bill. Hemlock Trees In Great Smoky Mountains National Park management folio. Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2004.
Leathers, Carl Rowan. Highway Location as a Factor in Regional Development in Areas Adjacent to National Parks: A Case Study of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Region. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1968.
Lendemer, James C., Richard C. Harris, and Erin A. Tripp. "Heterodermia neglecta (Physciaceae), A New Lichen Species from Eastern North America." The Bryologist 110, no. 3 (2007): 490-493.
Lindsay, Mary M.. History of the Grassy Balds in Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Research/Resources Management Report. Gatlinburg, TN: Uplands Field Research Laboratory, 1976.
Linn, Beulah D.. "Henry's Cross Roads School (Bassett Institute)." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 25, no. 3 (1999): 18-20.
Linn, Beulah D.. "The Horatio Butler House." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 20, no. 4 (1994): 13-21.
Linn, Beulah D.. "The Harrisburg Community." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 31, no. 1 (2005): 2-6.
Linney, Romulus. Heathen Valley : A Play in Two Acts. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1988.
Lloyd, Jeremy. A Home in Walker Valley: The Story of Tremont. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2009.
Loeb, Susan C., Frank H. Tainter, and Efren Cazares. "Habitat Associations of Hypogeous Fungi in the Southern Appalachians: Implications for the Endangered Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus)." American Midland Naturalist 144, no. 2 (2000): 286-296.
Lohse, W R., and Bessie Rowland James. The Happy Animals of Ata-Ga-Hi. Bobbs-Merrill, 1935.
Lopez, Barry, and Debra Gwartney. Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape. Trinity University Press, 2006.
Lott, Jacqueline A.. On the Hallowed Hill: An Analysis of Historic Cemeteries Within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 2000.

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