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Caruso, Nicholas M., and Karen R. Lips. "Truly Engimatic Declines in Terrestrial Salamander Populations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Diversity and Distributions 19, no. 1 (2013): 38-48.
Carter, Ted. Ted Carter's Vest Pocket History of Asheville and Western North Carolina : For Tar Heels, Originals or Retreads. Asheville, NC: T. Carter, 1978.
Carson, Jo. Teller Tales: Histories. Ohio University Press, 2007.
Carroll, Ruth, and Latrobe Carroll. Tough Enough. New York: Oxford University Press, 1954.
Carroll, Latrobe, and Ruth Carroll. Tough Enough's Indians. H. Z. Walck, 1960.
Carroll, Latrobe, and Ruth Carroll. Tough Enough's Trip., 1960.
Carpenter, Allan. Tennessee In New enchantment of America. Revised Edition. Chicago, IL: Childrens Press, 1968.
Carpenter, Allan. Tennessee. Childrens Press, 1978.
Carden, Gary, and Joan Greene. The Ten-Year Treasury of Cherokee Studies. Cherokee, NC: Museum of the Cherokee Indian.
Campbell, E T.. Tweetsie Tales: A Collection of Reminiscences. New River Publishing Company, 1989.
Campbell, Carlos C.. Trout Fishing Season Opens in the Great Smokies Mountain Streams Lure Waltonians of Nation In The Ohio Motorist. Great Smoky Mountains Conservation Association, 1935.
Camp, Delayne. Taming the Wild Man. Harlequin Books, 1995.
Cain, Stanley A.. "The Tertiary Character of the Cove Hardwood Forests of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 70, no. 3 (1943): 213-235.
Cain, Stanley A.. "Trees Grow on Stilts in Great Smoky Mountains." Science News Letter 28, no. 750 (1935): 125.
Cain, Stanley A.. Tertiary Elements of the Cove Hardwoods Forest of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park In Symposium on Biology of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, Department of Botany, 1938.
Byrne, Stephen C.. Trip Report on Archeological Investigations, Big Creek. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1990.
Bye, A. E.. Topographical Maps of Gregory and Andrews Bald.
Busing, Richard T., Edward E. C. Clebsch, Christopher C. Eagar, and Eric F. Pauley. "Two Decades of Change in a Great Smoky Mountains Spruce-Fir Forest." Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 115, no. 1 (1988): 25-31.
Busing, Richard T.. "Tree Mortality, Canopy Turnover, and Woody Detritus in Old Cove Forests of the Southern Appalachians." Ecology 86, no. 1 (2005): 73-84.
Burnett, Jim. "Trails Damaged By F4 Tornado Reopened In Great Smoky Mountains National Park." National Parks Traveler (2013).
Burnett, Jim. "Tallest Native Hardwood Tree In North America Is Located In A National Park." National Park Traveler (2012).
Burnett, John B.. "The Trail of Tears." National Parks and Conservation 49, no. 8 (1975): 8-9.
Burdsall, Harold H.. Taxonomic and Distributional Notes on Corticiaceae (Homobasidiomycetes, Aphyllophorales) of the Southern Appalachians In The Distributional History of the Biota of the Southern Appalachians Part IV: Algae and Fungi, Biogeography, Systematics, and Ecology. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1976.
Bunn, Windy A.. Temporal Change Within and Among Forest Communities of Great Smoky Mountains National Park: The Influence of Historic Disturbance and Environmental Gradients. Vol. Master of Science. University of Tennessee, 2008.
Bryne, Stephen. Trip Report- GRSM and FOOT. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1989.