The Appalachian Trail Conference. Guide to the Southern Appalachians: The Appalachian Trail from Virginia-Tennessee Line to Mt. Oglethorpe, GA. Publication No. 8. [First edition stamped on spine]. Washington, D.C.: 1937.
Arnold Guyot. The Earth and Man; Lectures on Comparative Physical Geography, in its Relation to the History of Mankind. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1873.
Gerald Broughton, Lowrey, Jr. “Benton MacKaye’s Appalachian Trail as a Cultural Symbol.” Ph.D. dissertation, Emory University, 1981.
Philomena Muinzer. “`Instructive Panorama’: Arnold Guyot’s Barometrical Explorations, 1848-1844.” Senior Thesis, B.A., Princeton University, 1977.
**[Map, framed] U.S. Coast Survey. Mountain Region of North Carolina and Tennessee. Compiled by W.L. Nicholson and A. Lindenkohl, 1863 [“Arnold Guyot” map]. **Filed as oversized.
[Map, folded in case] United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. Mountain Region of North Carolina and Tennessee. Compiled 1865; corrected to June 1, 1884.
Letter signed by Charles Lanman, January 30, 1883
Benton MacKaye trail newsletters (2003-2004)
American Hiker (Winter / Spring 2004)
Southern Literary Messenger, August 1860 [rec. separately, Feb. 14, 2005 via mail].
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