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Foerst, Debora K.. "The Woven Earth: Reviving River Cane in Cherokee Traditional Craft." Smoky Mountain Living 4, no. 4 (2004): 82-83.
Fleetwood, Raymond J.. "A Woodcock at High Altitude in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." The Migrant 8, no. 2 (1937): 42.
Southern Appalachian Research/Resource Management Cooperative, and Raymond S. Ferell. Wood, An Energy Source for the Southern Appalachian Highlands In Workshop Sponsored by the SARRMC with the Support of the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, USDA Forst Service and Tennessee Valley Authority. Asheville, NC, Novermber 30-December 1, 1978, 1979.
Baxter, Delmar, and Beth Ogle Freeman. Winter/Spring. United States: Emegir America, 1986.
Peine, John Douglas, and Jane Allen Farmer. Wild Hog Management Program at Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Proceedings of the Fourteenth Vertebrate Pest Conference., 1990.
Hand, Jennifer L., Bret A. Schichtel, William C. Malm, S. Copeland, J. V. Molenar, N. Frank, and Marc L. Pitchford. "Widespread Reductions in Haze across the United States from the Early 1990s through 2011." Atmospheric Environment 94 (2014): 671-679.
Fuller, R. D.. Why Does Spruce Not Invade the High Elevation Beech Forests of the Great Smoky Mountains? In Department of Biology. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1977.
Bernard, Riley F., Emma V. Willcox, Katy L. Parise, Jeffrey T. Foster, and Gary F. McCracken. "White-nose syndrome fungus, Pseudogymnoascus destructans, on bats captured emerging from caves during winter in the southeastern United States." BMC Zoology 2, no. 1 (2017): 11.
Ferrell, Debra. Whispers from the trail : a day hiker's guide to the Great Smoky Mountains. Charleston, SC: CreateSpace, 2014.
Fowler, Aileen Whaley, and James E. Shular. "The Whaley-Messer Homestead (The Cabin in the Briar)." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 15, no. 1 (1989): 1-2.
Furey, Paula C., Rex L. Lowe, and Jeffrey R. Johansen. "Wet Wall Algal Community Response to In-Field Nutrient Manipulation in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, U.S.A." Algological Studies 125, no. 1 (2007): 17-43.
Fenn, Harry. "Western North Carolina." Appletons' Journal 5, no. 112 (1871): 587-588.
Fisher, Noel C.. War at Every Door : Partisan Politics and Guerrilla Violence in East Tennessee, 1860-1869 In Civil War in America. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.
Fondren, Kristi McLeod. Walking on the wild side : long-distance hiking on the Appalachian Trail. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 2016.