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Foscue, Edwin J.. "Gatlinburg: A Mountain Community." Economic Geography 21, no. 3 (1945): 192-205.
Foscue, Edwin J.. Gatlinburg, Gateway to the Great Smokies In American resort series. Vol. 1. Dallas, TX: University Press in Dallas, Southern Methodist University, 1946.
Fraser, Thomas. "Gatlinburg’s Inferno: Why It Started, How It Spread, and What Needs to Happen Next." (2016).
Ferree, Patrick Michael. Gene Flow Between Geographically-Isolated Populations of the Redback Vole (Clethrionomys Gapperi) in the Southern Appalachians: A Coalescence-Based Study. Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University, 1998.
Browne, Robert A., and Patrick Michael Ferree. "Genetic Structure of Southern Appalachian “Sky Island” Populations of the Southern Red-backed Vole (Myodes gapperi)." Journal of Mammology 88, no. 3 (2007): 759-768.
Potter, Kevin Mark, John Frampton, Sedley A. Josserand, and Dana C. Nelson. "Genetic Variation and Population Structure in Fraser fir (Abies fraseri): A Microsatellite Assessment of Young Trees." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38, no. 8 (2008): 2128-2137.
Freake, Michael J., and Erik D. Lindquist. "Geographic Pattern Analysis of Pesticide Exposure in Salamander Populations in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Herpetological Conservation and Biology 3, no. 2 (2008): 231-238.
Schultz, Arthur P., Scott Southworth, Carrie Fingeret, and Tom Weik. Geology of the Mount LeConte 7.5-Minute Quadrangle, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina. Vol. 261., 2000.
Fry, George Washington. George Fry: The Legend, 1911-1973. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections.
Fry, George Washington. George Fry: The Legend, 1911-1973 In George Fry: The Legend, Edited by Georgiana Vines. University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections , 1962.
Shriner, Susan A., Theodore R. Simons, and George L. Farnsworth. "A GIS-Based Habitat Model for Wood Thrush, Hylocichla mustelina, in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Accuracy and Scale., 1999.
Lesser, Mark R., and Jason D. Fridley. "Global change at the landscape level: relating regional and landscape-scale drivers of historical climate trends in the Southern Appalachians." International Journal of Climatology (2015).
Fitzgerald, Sharon Holt. "Goingback Chiltoskey: His Hands Can Talk to Wood." Great Smokies 1, no. 1 (1979): 18-23.
Matmon, Ari, Paul R. Bierman, Jennifer Larsen, Scott Southworth, M. Pavich, Robert Finkel, and M. Caffee. "Grain Size Dependency of Be-10 Concentrations in Alluvial Sediments in the Great Smoky Mountains." Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 69, no. 10 (2005): A160.
E. Frizzell, Guy. "The Great Smokies." Appalachian Trailway News 6, no. 1 (1945): 4-5.
Feist, David. The Great Smoky Mountains and Cades Cove : A Compilation. Lexington, Kentucky: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015.
Frisch, Nate. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Creative Education, 2014.
Federal Writers' Project of the Federal Works Agency. "Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In North Carolina: a Guide to the Old North State, 559-566. American Guide Series. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1939.
Ferrell, Jim. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Sevierville, TN: Souvenirs of the Smokies , 1990.
Services, Inc. Aerial Pho, and Kina Italia( Firm). Great Smoky Mountains National Park full color map guide.
Finley, Bill, and Sandra Armenta. Great Smoky Mtns., Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah: The National Parks of the Appalachian Mtns. In National Park and Monument Series. Finly-Holiday Film Corp., 1989.
Farlow, Betsy, Dan Lane, and Duane Oliver. Haywood Homes and History. Oliver Scriptorium, 1993.
Frye, David. "Headrick Chapel: Symbol of a Rural East Tennessee Community." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 28, no. 4 (2002): 2-11.