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Anonymous. Interior weaving building ready for Christmas meeting.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1925.
Bailey, Heath R.. Internment of Wiley and Elizabeth Cooper at Cades Cove Missionary Baptist Church, GRSM, Blount County, Tennessee.. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 2009.
McCausland, Jessica Tierney. Interpreting Elkmont historic district: A case study on historic preservation in the NPS In History. Vol. Master of Arts. Boone, NC: Appalachian State University, 2017.
Davison, Alan W., Howard S. Neufeld, Arthur H. Chappelka, K. Wolff, and Peter L. Finkelstein. "Interpreting Spatial Variation in Ozone Symptoms Shown by Cutleaf Cone Flower, Rudbeckia laciniata L." Environmental Pollution 125, no. 1 (2003): 61-70.
National Park Service. Interpretive Prospectus for Cataloochee Interpretive Unit, Great Smoky Mountains National Park In General Interpretive Prospectus. U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service , 1970.
Lübkert, Barbara. The Interrelationship of Visibility Degradation, Ozone, and Sulfur Dioxide in National Park Areas and their Spatial-temporal Distribution Patterns. Vol. Master of Science. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1979.
Hairston, Nelson G.. "Interspecies Competition and Its Probable Influence Upon the Vertical Distribution of Appalachian Salamanders of the Genus Plethodon." Ecology 32, no. 2 (1951): 266-274.
McCampbell, Earl, and Mary M. Lindsay. Interview with Earl McCampbell by Mary Lindsay, Edited by Andrea Behrman and Michael Stein. Department of the Interior, National Park Service , 1975.
Chamlee, Kenneth. "An Interview with Margaret Brown, author of The Wild East: A Biography of the Great Smoky Mountains." Smoky Mountain Living 1, no. 1 (2001): 24-27.
Maunder, Elwood R., and Elwood L. Demmon. "An Interview with Reuben B. Robertson: Trailblazing in the Southern Paper Industry." Forest History Newletter/ Forest History 5, no. 1 (1961): 6-12.
Noll, Christie. Into the meadow. Lexington, KY: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015.
DePree, Traci. Into the Wilderness. Guideposts, 2008.
Lindsey, Geoffrey Alan. Intonation and Interrogation : Tonal Structure and the Expression of a Pragmatic Function in English and Other Languages. Los Angeles : University of California , 1985.
Jaenike, John. "Intraspecific Variations for Resource Use in Drosophila." Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, no. 27 (1986): 47-56.
Hicks, David J.. "Intrastand Distribution Patterns of Southern Appalachian Cove Forest Herbaceous Species." The American Midland Naturalist 104, no. 2 (1980): 209-223.
Broome, Harvey. "Introducing the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club." Appalachian Trailways News 9, no. 2 (1948).
Jacobus, Luke M., and Patrick W. McCafferty. "An Introduction Top the Smoky Mountain Mayflies [Insecta: Ephemeroptera]." Southeastern Biology 50, no. 4 (2003): 358-360.
Lambdin, Paris L., Jerome F. Grant, David J. Paulsen, and Arnold M. Saxton. "Invasion of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid on Eastern Hemlock in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 81, no. 3-4 (2006): 49-54.
Kohli, Ravinder Kumar. Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. CRC Press, 2009.
Repetski, John E.. Inventory of Paleozoic Fossils in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee. National Park Service Paleontological Research, Geologic Resources Division Technical Report, 1998.
Miller, Andrew N., and Vince Hustad. "Inventory of the Discomycetes of Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Illinois Natural History Survey Reports, no. 400 (2009): 1, 8.
C. Dodd, Kenneth, Elizabeth A. Domingue, and Marian L. Griffey. Inventorying and Monitoring the Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Progress Report. U.S. Geological Survey, Florida Caribbean Science Center, 1998.
C. Dodd, Kenneth, Jeffery D. Corser, and Marian L. Griffey. Inventorying and Monitoring the Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park In 2001 Progress Report. Florida Caribbean Science Center: U.S. Geological Survey, 2002.
Reeves, Will Karlisle. "Invertebrate Cavernicoles of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA." The Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 116, no. 4 (2000): 334-343.
Asper, Jennifer. Investigating a Management Program for Introduced Green Treefrogs at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. Master of Science. Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2015.