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Taylor, John C.. Tom Rice helping a student.. The University of Tennessee Libraries Digital Collections: From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont, 1999.
Tate, J.R. "Model- T. ". Walkin' with the Ghost Whisperers: Lore and Legends of the Appalachian Trail. Xlibris Corp., 2006.
Tate, Jane. Techniques for Controlling Wild Hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Proceedings of a Workshop Held on November 29-30, 1983 In Research/Resources Management Report. Gatlinburg, TN: Uplands Field Research Laboratory, 1984.
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, Linda. Power in the Blood: A Family Narrative. Ohio University Press, 2009.
Tate, Jane. A Profile of Panhandling Black Bears in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 1983.
Tarwater, Ella Floyd, and Albert W. Dockter. "A Civil War Story." Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newsletter 11, no. 3 (1985): 78-79.
Tapon, Francis. Hike Your Own Hike: 7 Life Lessons from Backpacking Across America. SonicTrek Press, 2006.
Tanner, Wendy S. R.. Proposal to Conduct Archeological Survey Investigation on Four Rural Domestic Sites in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee, 2002.
Tanner, James T.. "Golden Eagle in the Great Smoky Mountains in July." The Migrant 19, no. 2 (1948): 24.
Tanner, James T.. "Black-Capped and Carolina Chickadees in the Southern Appalachian Mountains." The Auk 69, no. 4 (1952): 407-424.
Tanner, James T.. "The Altitudinal Distribution of Birds in a Part of the Great Smoky Mountains." The Migrant 26, no. 3 (1955): 37-40.
Tanner, James T.. "Mountain Temperatures in the Southeastern and Southwestern United States during Late Spring and Early Summer." Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 2, no. 4 (1963): 473-483.
Tanner, James T.. "Adventures for Bird-Watchers in the Great Smoky Mountains." Audubon 59, no. 3 (1957): 118-123.
Tanner, James T.. "Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Nesting in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park." The Migrant 36, no. 3 (1965): 59.
Tanner, James T.. "Juncos in the Great Smoky Mountains." The Migrant 29, no. 4 (1958): 61-65.
Tanner, James T.. "Sight Record of a Saw-Whet Owl in the Great Smoky Mountains." The Migrant 28, no. 2 (1957): 28.
Talley, Jennell. "This Little Light of Mine." National Parks 78, no. 2 (2004): 30-31.
Tagliapietra, Ron. The Southern Sixers : A Guide for Peakbaggers, Tourists, and Historians to the 40 Mountains of the South that Exceed 6,000 Feet in Elevation. Greenville, SC: R. Tagliapietra, 1997.
Tager, Miles. "Springing Eternal." Smoky Mountain Living 1, no. 1 (2001): 20-21.
T.R.C. Garrow Associates, Inc., and Paul A. Webb. Cultural and Historical Resource Investigations of the Ravensford Land Exchange Tract., 2002.

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