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Leiper, Bart. "Time Stands Still in Cades Cove." The Tennessee Conservationist 23, no. 12 (1957): 8-9.
Leigh, Elizabeth. Tennessee Waltz In Zebra lovegram historical romance. New York: Kensington Pub. Corp., 1998.
Leabo, Regina M.. Trip Report on Archeological Investigations of Cades Cove Cattle Crossings and Stream bank Restorations, GRSM 7/24 – 27/95. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1995.
Lea, Bill. "The Thrill of the Chase." Smoky Mountain Living 3, no. 3 (2003): 40-42.
Le Compte, Lamar Campbell, J L. Widman, and Asheville Postcard Company. Two Attractive Cherokee Maidens in Native Costumes, Great Smoky Mountains National Park. D. H. Ramsey Library, Special Collections, University of North Carolina, Asheville: L.C. Le Compte Postcard Collection (1910-1977), 1950.
Lawrence, W. H.. "TVA and Alcoa Sign Power Pact." New York Times (1941).
Lash, Dave. "Townsend of Tuckaleechee Cove." The Mountaineer 1, no. 1 (1941): 10-11, 21.
Lafon, Charles W., Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, Serena R. Aldrich, Georgina G. DeWeese, William T. Flatley, Lisa Battaile LaForest, and Jennifer A. Hoss. Three Centuries of Appalachian Fire History from Tree Rings In Wildland Fire in the Appalachians: Discussions Among Managers and Scientists. Roanoke, VA: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, 2014.
Ladd, H. S.. "To Move a Mountain---And Make a Window." The Regional Review 2, no. 1 (1939): 13-15.
Kreusch, Erik Skot. Trip Report to Quiet Walkway along Newfound Gap Road. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Gatlinburg, Tn. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 2002.
Kreusch, Erik Skot. Trip Report: Rain Monitoring Station Locations along the Appalachian Trail from Davenport Gap to Inadu Knob, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Haywood County, North Carolina and Cocke County, Tennessee., 2009.
Kirkpatrick, Barbara Saunders. Their Names are Myth, Legend, Dust: The Southern Mountaineer in Twentieth-Century Novels. College Park, MD: University of Maryland, 1974.
King, Willis. "Trout Management Studies in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Journal of Wildlife Management 6, no. 2 (1942): 147-161.
Kincer, Paulita. Trail Mix: A Novel. San Bernardino, CA: Oblique Presse, 2015.
Kilgore, Courtney M., Harold W. Keller, Sydney E. Everhart, Angela R. Scarborough, Kenneth L. Snell, Melissa S. Skrabal, Charly Pottorff, and Joseph S. Ely. "Tree Canopy Research and Student Experiences Using the Double Rope Climbing Method." Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 2, no. 2 (2008): 1309-1336.
Kidd, Ronald. On Top of Old Smoky : A Collection of Songs and Stories from Appalachia. Nashville, TN: Ideals Children's Books, 1992.
Kent, Deborah. The Trail of Tears. Children's Press, 2005.
Kemp, Steve, and Ken Voorhis. Trees & Familiar Shrubs of the Smokies. Gatlinburg, TN: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association, 1993.
Keller, Harold W.. "Trees of Great Smokies Provide Mountains of Opportunity for Student Reserachers." ATBI Quarterly 1, no. 1 (2000): 10-11.
Keller, Harold W., Melissa S. Skrabal, Uno H. Eliasson, and Thomas W. Gaither. "Tree Canopy Biodiversity in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Ecological and Developmental Observations of a New Myxomycete Species of Diachea." Mycologia 96, no. 3 (2004): 537-547.
Keller, Harold W.. "Tree Canopy Biodiversity: Student Reserach Experienced in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Systematics and Geography of Plants 74, no. 1 (2004): 47-65.
Keiter, Robert B.. To Conserve Unimpaired. Island Press, 2013.
K., R. B.. "Trouting in the Lower Alleghanies in Western North Carolina." Shooting and Fishing 19 (1891): 47-48.