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Troyer, James R.. "Bertram Whittier Wells (1884-1978): A Study in the History of North American Plant Ecology." American Journal of Botany 73, no. 7 (1986): 1058-1078.
Cain, Stanley A.. "Botanical Trips in Connection With the Appalachian Trail Conference." Castanea: The Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Club 2, no. 8 (1947): 93-97.
Smith, David K., and Allen C. Risk. Bryophytes of Sinks Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Final Report. Gatlinburg, Tennessee: Great Smoky Mountain National Park, 1993.
Braun, E. Lucy. Deciduous Forests of Eastern North America. Blackburn Press, 2001.
Dickinson, F. R.. "Down Among the Smokies: A Visit to an American Mountain Range that Possesses a Distinctive Charm." Natural History: The Journal of the American Museum of Natural History 35, no. 2 (1935): 158-167.
Cain, Stanley A.. "Ecological Work on the Great Smoky Mountains Region." The Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Club 1, no. 3 (1936): 25-32.
Bailey, Anita. The Economic Botany of Vascular Plants Found in Southern Appalachia In Biology. Cookeville: Tennesse Technological University, 1985.
Banks, William H.. Ethnobotany of the Cherokee Indians In Botany. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1953.
Bogucki, Donald Joseph, Michael G. Clark, Fred H. Norris, and Maxwell E. Springer. Field conference guide for an altitudinal transect of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In International Geobotany Conference. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee, 1973.
Hesler, Lexemuel Ray. Fleshy Gilled Agaricales (Mushrooms) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: Botany Department, University of Tennessee, 1976.
Jennison, Harry Milliken. "Flora of the Great Smokies." Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 14 (1939): 266-298.
Hesler, Lexemuel Ray. Fungi of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: A Preliminary Report. Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee, 1935.
Busing, Richard T.. Gap and Stand Dynamics of a Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Forest In Botany. Vol. Doctor of Philosophy. Knoxville, Tenn.: The University of Tennessee, 1985.
The Garden Club of America. Knoxville Garden Club, 1949.
Sharp, Aaron J.. "The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, an Important Botanical Area." Chronica Botanica 6, no. 13 (1941): 296-297.