References

BOOKS

Broyles, Bettye. Russell Cave in Northern Alabama. Tennessee Archeological Society, Paper No. 4, 1958.

A Cruising Guide to the Tennessee River, Tenn-Tom Waterway, and Lower Tombigbee River. Thomas W. Marian,Marian Rumsey,W. J. Rumsey. 1995.

Davidson Donald, David Davidson (Illustrator) The Tennessee: The Old River, Frontier to Secession, Vol. 1, 1991.

Department of the Interior. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1994. Endangered and threatened wildlife and plants: Determination of endangered status for the Royal Snail and Anthony’s Riversnail. Federal Register 59.

McDonald, William Lindsey. Lore of the River: The Shoals of Long Ago.

Location: Hoole Library, Universtiy of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

McFarland Jr., Robert Ernest. Of time and the River: Economy, people and the environment in the Tennessee Valley, 1500-1990.

Location: Hoole Library, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

WEBSITES

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

EPA Surf your Watershed
http://cfpub.epa.gov/surf/locate/map2.cfm

SPECIES DIVERSITY

Oyster mussel and Cumberlandian combshell, endangered mussels

Anthony’s riversnail, final rule

Tennessee Valley Authority

http://www.tva.gov/

RECREATION / POINTS OF INTEREST

Joe Wheeler State Park

http://www.joewheelerstatepark.com/

Joe Wheeler State Park, Alapark site

Canoeing, Elk River

http://www.elkrivercanoes.com/

PROTECTED AREAS

Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

http://wheeler.fws.gov/

Key Cave, Fern Cave, Blowing Wind Cave and Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge

Bucks Pocket State Park

Lake Guntersville State Park