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Webster, Herbert M.. "Thunderhead from tower on Blanket Mtn.". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338.
Webster, Herbert M.. "Tub Mill on Ramsey Prong - Greenbrier. Special". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338.
Webster, Herbert M.. "This appears to be Greenbrier Pinnacle. Picture taken from the area above the Cabin before it was over-grown". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338.
Webster, Herbert M.. "Trail Between Gant Lot & Crest of Gregory". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338, Undated.
Webster, Herbert M.. "Trillium". The University of Tennessee Libraries, Special Collections Libray.: Herbert M. Webster Photographs Collection (1926-1955), MS.3338.
Weisenberger, Nick. Things to do in the Smokies with kids : tips for visiting Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and the Smoky Mountains. Lexington, KY: CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2014.
Welden, Arthur L.. "A Taxonomic Survey of Myxomycetes of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 26, no. 4 (1951): 271-276.
Welsh, James P.. "These Smokies..." The Mountaineer 1, no. 1 (1941): 3-5.
West, John Foster, and Bruce Roberts. This Proud Land: The Blue Ridge Mountains. McNally and Loftin, 1974.
West, Elliot. Trail of Tears: National Historic Trail. Southwest Parks & Monuments Association, 2000.
Whaley, John T.. A Timely Idea at An Ideal Time: Knoxville's Role in Establishing The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee, 1984.
White, Peter S.. Terrestrial Plant Ecology in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Biosphere Reserve: A Fifteen-Year Review and a Program for Future Research In Research/Resources Management Report. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 1987.
White, Merlin M., Augusto Siri, and Robert W. Lichtwardt. "Trichomycete Insect Symbionts in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Vicinity." Mycologia 98, no. 2 (2006): 333-352.
Wild, Jr., Kenneth S.. Trip Report, GRSM 9/11 – 9/14: Construction of Parking Lot at Abrams Fall Parking Area and the Construction of Footpaths through Three Cemeteries. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1989.
Williams, Dan D.. Tree facts and folklore : identification, ecology, uses (traditional & modern) and folklore of Southeastern trees /. Athens, Georgia: Possum Publications, 2014.
Williams, Gregory W., and Allen S. Johnson. Tar Heel Maps: Colony and State, 1590-1995. North Carolina Weslyan College Press, 1996.
Wilson, Robert C.. Trip Report - Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tallahassee, FL: Southeast Archeological Center, 1978.
Wise, Ken, and Anne Bridges. "On Top of Le Conte." Great Smoky Mountains Colloquy 2, no. 2 (2001): 1-2.
Wolfram, Walt. Talkin' tar heel : how our voices tell the story of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2014.
Woodward, Nicholas B., Jeffrey B. Connelly, Randall R. Walters, and Jonathan C. Lewis. "Tectonic Evolution of the Great Smoky Mountains." In Studies of Precambrian and Paleozoic Stratigraphy in the Western Blue Ridge: Carolina Geological Survey Trip Guidebook, edited by Stephen A. Kish, 57-68. Columbia, SC: Carolina Geological Society, 1991.
Woolf, Marcus. "Time Travel." Backpacker (2009): 12-18.
Worthman, Carol M., and Elizabeth Jane Costello. "Tracking Biocultural Pathways in Population Health: The Value of Biomarkers." Annals of Human Biology 36, no. 3 (2009): 281-297.

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