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Printed Documents - Great Smoky Mountains National Park

 Series
Identifier: PD - GSMNP

Dates

  • Record Keeping: undated

Extent

.75 Linear Feet

Arrangement

PD #1 Great Smoky Mountains, Inc., Asheville, N.C., and Great Smoky Mountains Conservation Association, Knoxville, Tennessee. Save Our Mountains. N.d.

PD #2 Swain County Chamber of Commerce, Bryson City, North Carolina. A National Park in the Great Smoky Mountains. 1925.

PD #3 North Carolina National Park Commission. The Great Smokies. [c. 1926]. [Note: one copy of two cataloged]

Featured article: Kephart, Horace. "The Last of the Eastern Wilderness."

PD #4 Boyd, Eva Plamondon, and Margaret Stringfield. "Hymn to the Great Smokies" [words and music]. N.d.

PD #5 Hart, Val. "Pack Trip Through the Smokies." The National Geographic Magazine, October 1952.

PD #6 List of Birds of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. "Information abridged from Notes on the Birds of Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Arthur Stupka). 1962.

PD #7 North Carolina Park Commission. A National Park in the Great Smoky Mountains: N.d.

Featured article: Kephart, Horace. "The Smoky Mountain National Park."

PD #8 Brochure: Great Smoky Mountains: 1982 (3 copies), 2007 (7 copies).

PD #9 Brochures: Great Smoky Mountains National Park: 1957, 1965, 1967, and n.d.

PD #10 Great Smoky Mountains National Park brochure/map: 1969.

PD #11 Gatlinburg brochure (n.d.).

PD #12 Lamar Gudger Reports, Cataloochee Road Report and Questionnaire: December 1979.

PD #13 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Golden Anniversary Ceremonies program (June 15, 1984) and brochure (1983).

PD #14 Great Smoky Mountains Trail Map brochures: 1981 (4 copies), 1994.

PD #15 Robert Lindsey Mason and Myron H. Avery, "A Bibliography for the Great Smokies," reprinted from Appalachia, vol. XVIII, no. 3, 1930.

PD #16 "Great Smoky Mountains National Park" brochure: revised 1951.

PD #17 Great Smoky Mountains National Park brochures. “Forests and Wildflowers” n.d. (3 copies) “Walks & Hikes” n.d. (2 copies) “Streams & Waterfalls” n.d. (3 copies) “Auto Touring” n.d. (3 copies) “Great Smoky Mountains” revised 1969 (2 copies) “Great Smoky Mountains” reprint 1973 “Great Smoky Mountains” reprint 1977 (2 copies) “Mountain People” n.d. (4 copies) “Wildlife” n.d. (4 copies) “Smoky Mountain Elevations”

PD #18 Great Smoky Mountains National Park brochures. “What Makes It Unique?” revised 2/09 “Return of the Elk” n.d. “Black Bears” n.d.

PD #19 Calloway, C.C. Stories for Young and Old—About the Big Black Bears of the Great Smokies. Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Mountain Press, 1952.

PD #20 Adams, Paul J. Mt. LeConte. Knoxville, Tenn.: Holston Printing Company, 1966.

PD #21 Great Smoky Mountains National Park nature trail leaflets. “The Spruce-Fir Nature Trail” n.d. “Smokemont Nature Trail” n.d. “The Big Locust Nature Trail” n.d. “The Pine-Oak Nature Trail” n.d. “Cades Cove Vista Nature Trail” n.d.

PD #22 Brochures: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. “Auto Touring.” 2001. “Birds & Birding.” 2005. “Day Hikes.” 2001. (2 copies) “Geology.” 2000. (2 copies) “Historic Areas.” 1998. (3 copies) “Trees & Forests.” 1998. (2 copies) “Waterfalls.” 2001. (2 copies) “Wildflowers.” 1998. “Wildlife Viewing.” 1998. (3 copies)

PD #23 Brochure: “Pioneer Farmstead.” n.d.

PD #24 Brochure: Great Smoky Mountains Association membership brochure, revised 12/08.

PD #25 Brochures: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. “Balsam Mountain: Self Guiding Nature Trail.” N.d. (2 copies) “Cove Hardwood: Self Guiding Nature Trail.” N.d. “Smokemont: Self Guiding Nature Trail.” N.d. (2 copies) “Spruce-fir: Self Guiding Nature Trail.” 1996. “Sugarlands Valley”. N.d.

PD #26 Brochure: Naturalist Program, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1964.

PD #27 Brochure: “The Junglebrook Nature Trail.” n.d.

PD #28 Smoky Mountain Living. Vol. 9, no. 3. “Living” 2009. Features an article about Horace Kephart (see MSS 80-24, MSS 82-02, MSS 87-01) and an article about George Masa (see MSS 80- 29, MSS 82-03).

PD #29 Brochure: Mingus Mill Self-guiding Trail. n.d. (3 copies)

PD #30 National Parks. Vol. 83, no. 3, Summer 2009. Features an article about George Masa (see MSS 80-29, MSS 82-03). 2 copies.

PD #31 Brochure: “This Week in the Land of the Smokies.” Vol. 15, no. 10, n.d.

PD #32 Smoky Mountain Living. Vol. 9, no. 2, Spring 2009. Features an article about George Masa (see MSS 80-29, MSS 82-03).

PD #33 National Geographic Traveler. Vol. 26, no. 5, July/August 2009. Features an article about Dolly Parton and the Smokies.

PD #34 Adventure. Vol. 11, no. 4, June/July 2009. Features an article about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

PD #35 Information packet: “Discover Life in America.” Includes information about the Purchase Knob Science & Education Center and the G.S.M.N.P. All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory, n.d.

PD #36 Brewer, Carson. Hiking in the Great Smokies. Knoxville: Newman/National, 1962.

PD #37 Maps. National Geographic. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Evergreen, Colorado: National Geographic Maps, 1991. Cades Cove, Elkmont. Evergreen, Colorado: National Geographic Maps, 2010. Clingmans Dome, Cataloochee. Evergreen, Colorado: National Geographic Maps, 2010.

PD #38 Brochures: Great Smoky Mountains Association. “Alum Cave Bluffs: Self Guiding Nature Trail.” N.d. “Day Hikes In & Around Cades Cove.” 2002. “Day Hikes In The Deep Creek Area.” 2004. (2 copies)

PD #39 Martini, Don. Inside the Smokies: The Complete Guidebook to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Sevierville, TN: Nandel, 1989.

PD #40 Stevenson, George. Trees of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 1967. Stevenson, George. Ferns of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. 1969.

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