The Great Smoky Mountains National Park protects a mountain ridge along the Tennessee – North Carolina border. The park was established 1934 and protects an area of 2'114 square kilometres. The highest elevation is the Clingmans Dome at 2'025 m.
USA 1934, Great Smoky Mountains.
USA 1937, Great Smoky Mountains
The Great Smoky Mountains stamp was reissued in 1937 as souvenirsheet, imperforated/gummed - blue/green.
It was issued to honor a convention of the Society of Philatelic Americans, held in Asheville, North Carolina. The convention was held from August 26-28, 1937.
United Nations 2003, Great Smoky Mountains.
The F.s. 0.90 stamp from Geneva office issued in sheets.
The F.s. 0.10 stamp from Geneva office, the stamps of New York and Vienna office issued in booklets.
Antigua 2006, Great Smoky Mountains.
USA 2006, Great Smoky Mountains.
Marshall Islands 2016, Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The stamp was issued in the series "National Park Service’s Centennial".