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Sharp, J. A.. Radford Gatlin, Gatlinburg's First Tourist . Vol. 2017. Sevier County. Tennessee, Genealogy and History.
Belt, S., B. Rushing, and S. Tangren. Plant Guide for Southeastern Wildrye ( Elymus glabriflorus ) In Plant Guides. Vol. 2014. Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2013.
Associated Press. Planned controlled fires scheduled in Great Smoky Mountains National Park this spring. Vol. 2013. Columbus, IN: The Republic, 2013.
Molen van Ee, Patricia. Maps of Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Mapping the National Parks. Vol. 2014. Library of Congress, American Memory, Undated.
The Newport Plain Talk. Great Smoky Mountains National Park tourism creates $818 million in local economic benefit. Vol. 2013. Newport, TN: The Newport Plain Talk, 2013.
Fleishman, Tamar Alexia. The elegant side of the Smoky Mountains In The Washington Times Communities. Vol. 2013. Washington, DC: The Washington Times, 2013.
C. Dodd, Kenneth, Marian L. Griffey, and Jeffery D. Corser. The Cave Associated Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. 2014. U. S. Department of the Interior.
Alsop, Fred J.. Bird Checklists of the United States, A Checklist for the Birds of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Vol. 2014. U.S. Geological Survey, 1995.
Matheny, Jim. Air quality visibly improved in Great Smoky Mountains. Vol. 2013. Knoxville, TN: WBIR, 2013.
Southern Appalachian Multiple Use Council. Wood as a Potential Industrial Energy Source in Western North Carolina. Southern Appalachian Multiple Use Council, 1979.
Amusement/Recreation Marketing Services, Inc.. Visitor Sampling Survey, Great Smoky Mountains National Park., 1974.
Bye, A. E.. Topographical Maps of Gregory and Andrews Bald.
Leisure Systems, Inc.. Tennessee Tourism Investment Study. Leisure Systems, Inc., 1975.
Hanson, Donald D., and Edward J. Seiber. Study of Alternative Futures for the Little Tennessee River Valley. University of Tennessee, School of Architecture, 1977.
Duncan, Thomas J.. The Story of the SMHC Cabin., 1976.
De Young, H., Peter S. White, and H. R. De Selm. Southern Appalachian Vegetation: A Computer Indexed Bibliograpy, 1803-1981 In Research/Resources Management Report. National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office.
Lix, Henry W.. Short History of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park., 1958.
LBC&W Consultants/Planning-Research-Management, Inc.. Regional Land Potential Study and Land Development Plan., 1973.
Southern Appalachian Research/Resource Management Cooperative. Priorities for Natural Resources Research: A Systems Analysis for Western North Carolina In SARRMC., 1977.
McDonald, Michael, and Bruce Wheeler. Part-time Farming in Sevier County: An Appalchian Case Study. 1988 Social Sciences Historical Association Conference, St. Louis, 1988.
Plott, David, David Smith, and Western Carolina University. Mineral Resource Development in Western North Carolina In Perspecitves on Regional Issues. Western North Carolina Tomorrow, 1981.
Amusement/Recreation Marketing Services, Inc.. Memorandum: Visitor Sampling Survey, Minor Entrances, Campgrounds, and Picnic Grounds at Great Smoky Mountains National Park., 1975.
Amusement/Recreation Marketing Services, Inc.. Memorandum: Implications of the Seven Peaks Development for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park., 1975.
Tennessee Valley Authority. Maggie Valley: Gateway to the Smokies. Tennessee Valley Authority, 1970.
Haskell, Elizabeth H.. Land Use Organizations for North Carolina. North Carolina Public Interest Research Group, 1976.