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Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers. Bears. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Thompson Brothers Digital Photograph Collection, 1920.
Thompson Brothers Commercial Photographers. 3 Little Bears. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Thompson Brothers Digital Photograph Collection, 1920.
Tate, Jane, and Michael R. Pelton. "Human-Bear Interactions in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In Fifth International Conference Bear Research and Management, edited by Charles E. Meslow, 312-321. Vol. 5. Madison, Wisconsin: International Association for Bear Research and Management, 1983.
Tate, Jane. A Profile of Panhandling Black Bears in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1983.
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Stupka, Arthur. "Bear Tamest of All Mammals in Great Smoky Mountains." Tennessee Conservationist 27, no. 3 (March) (1962): 6-8.
Stupka, Arthur. Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Natural History Handbook. Vol. 5. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961.
Stupka, Arthur. "Through the Year in the Great Smoky Mounatins National Park, Month by Month." In The Great Smokies and the Blue Ridge: The Story of the Southern Appalachians, edited by Roderick Peattie, 263-289. New York: The Vanguard Press, 1943.
Stupka, Arthur. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee In Natural History Handbook. Vol. 5. Washington, DC: National Park Service, 1960.
Stupka, Arthur. Memorandum from Arthur Stupka to Mr. Eakin on The Bear Problem, and Suggestions for Solving It. Gatlinburg, TN: National Park Service, 1938.
Stupka, Arthur. Memorandum from Arthur Stupka to Mr. Eakin on the Bear Problem. Gatlinburg, TN: National Park Service, 1938.
Stiver, William H.. Population Dynamics and Movements of Problem Black Bears in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee, 1991.
Stephens, George Myers. The Smokies Guide. Asheville, N.C.: The Stephens Press, 1947.
Stephens, George Myers. The Smokies Guide. Asheville, N.C.: The Stephens Press, 1959.
Stephens, George Myers. The Smokies Guide. Asheville, N.C.: The Stephens Press, 1962.
G Sneddon, Lee. Memorandum from G. Lee Sneddon to the Superintendent on the 1968 Bear Mangement Plant. Gatlinburg, TN, 1968.
Smietana, Bob. "Great Smoky Mountains: Lush Forests, Falls and Black Bears." USA Today (2013).
Skurzynski, Gloria, and Alane Ferguson. Night of the Black Bear: A Mystery in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. National Geographic Society, 2007.
Singer, Francis J., Susan Power Bratton, and Clifford J. Martinka. "Black Bear/Human Conflicts in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." In Bears -- Their Biology and Management: Fifth International Conference on Bear Research and Management, 137-139. West Glacier, MT: International Association for Bear Research and Management, 1980.
Singer, Francis J., and Susan Power Bratton. Black Bear Management in Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Research/Resources Management Report. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg, Tennessee: Uplands Field Reserach Laboratory, 1977.
Simmons, Morgan. "Soft Mast Failure in Park Makes for Busy Bear Summer." Knoxville News Sentinel (2011).
Settlage, Katie E., Frank Teunissen Van Manen, Joseph D. Clark, and Timothy L. King. "Challenges of DNA-Based Mark-Recapture Studies of American Black Bears." The Journal of Wildlife Management 72, no. 4 (2008): 1035-1042.
Seibert, Steven G., and Michael R. Pelton. "Nutrient Content of Squawroot, Conopholis americana, and its Importance to Southern Appalachian Black Bears, Ursus americanus (Carnivora:ursidae)." Brimleyana 21 (1994): 151-156.
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Roth, Albert "Dutch" Gordon. Marshall Wilson and the bear above Elkmont. We were on the way to Silers Bald.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: Albert Gordon "Dutch" Roth Digital Photograph Collection, 1925.
Repanshek, Kurt. "Vets to Determine Whether Bear that Attacked Father and Son in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Had Rabies." National Parks Traveler (2008).
Rennicke, Jeff, Ken L. Jenkins, and Lawrence Ormsby. The Smoky Mountain Black Bear : Spirit of the Hills. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountain Natural History Association, 1991.

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