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Aiken, Gene. Stories from the Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Buckhorn Press, 1990.
Albertson, Earl M.. Earl M. Albertson Genealogical Research, 1860-2000. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections, 1910.
Allen, Martha Noburn. Asheville and Land of the Sky. Revised and Enlarged ed. Charlotte, NC: Heritage House, 1960.
"Log Cabins Restored." American History 34, no. 3 (1999): 10.
Anonymous. A group of girls, outside of cottage piazza.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1917.
"Great Smoky Lean-tos." Appalachian Trailway News 22, no. 1 (1961): 35.
Anonymous. Pi Beta Phi Settlement School. The Animal Husbandry class constructing a poultry house for the school.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1925.
Anonymous. Cades Cove Virtual Tour. Angel & Associates, 2004.
Anonymous. Log Cabins of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Belcher Foundation, 2005.
Anonymous. Pi Beta Phi Health Center. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1950.
Avery, Myron H.. "The Appalachian Trail and the Shenandoah and Great Smokies." The Regional Review 4, no. 1 (1940): 20-26.
Bailey, Heath R.. Trip Report: Retrieval of Boogerman Wheel, Cataloochee Valley. Haywood County, North Carolina: Great Smoky Mountains Naitonal Park, 2010.
Bishir, Catherine, Michael T. Southern, and Jennifer F. Martin. A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Western North Carolina In Richard Hampton Jenrette Series in Architecture & the Decorative Arts. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1999.
Bonneville, Patrick, and Philippe Hemono. Timeless Earth: 400 of the World's Most Important Places. Hammond World Atlas Corp., 2008.
Borresen, Thor. Report on Early Log Cabins and Other Early Structures in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park., 1941.
Brewer, David M.. Archeological Site Damage Assessment at Historic House Site #129, Sugarlands Trail, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, GRSM Accession 1607, SEAC Accession 1296. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1997.
Bridges, Anne, and Ken Wise. "The "Mystery Building in the Sugarlands" Revisited." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 9, no. 1 (2008): 4.
Bridges, Anne, and Ken Wise. "A Fine Balancing Act: The Cantilever Barn in the Smokies." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 14, no. 1 (2013): 1-2.
Bridges, Anne, and Ken Wise. "Smoky Mountain Mystery: The Hot Pit on Guardhouse Mountain." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 9, no. 2 (2008): 3.
Brunk, Robert S.. May We All Remember Well: A Journal of the History & Cultures of Western North Carolina. Vol. 2. Robert S. Brunk Auction Services Inc., 2001.
Burns, Inez E.. "The Civilian Conservation Corps in Tennessee." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 24, no. 3 (1998): 7-17.
Post, David. Cades Cove Home Places, 1821-1999. Cades Cove Preservation Association, 2002.
Cameron, John D., and Walter S. Cushman. Glimpses of a Land of Beauty. Asheville, NC: Cameron & Cushman.
Carberry, Michael E.. Historic Sites in Blount, Cocke, Monroe and Sevier Counties. East Tennessee Development District, 1973.
Cardwell, Glenn. "Odd Fellows." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Journal and Newsletter 36, no. 3 (2010): 12-14.