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Our Mission
The Cades Cove Preservation Association, Inc. (CCPA) has been established to preserve the heritage of the Cades Cove community, located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  
Lendel Abott Tolling The old Cades Cove Bell 
Historical Facts about the Cades Cove Bell
This site has many pages of Cades Cove photos (old pages and old news that will not be deleted), history, genealogy, current events about Cades Cove Preservation Association "CCPA" & Cades Cove. 
If you would like to help the CCPA in preserving the heritage, we welcome you as a member in our Cades Cove surrogate community.   Thank you for visiting. 
"CC" ~ Cades Cove
"CCPA" ~ Cades Cove Preservation Association
Residency/Membership in the surrogate Cades Cove Community of the CCPA is available for everyone desiring to join and who share our vision for preservation. We will be more than happy to extend a hand of welcome.
CCPA Membership email 
Kermit Caughorn
"Mr. Cades Cove"
Last resident of CC
Cades Cove Museum in the Historic Thompson-Brown House
Located at 1004 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN 37804
(Across from Blount Memorial Hospital)
The museum is staffed by volunteers of the Cades Cove Preservation Association 
At this location Since 2005
Free Admission
Donations welcomed
Open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 to 3:00
Closed Sunday, Monday & Tuesday
Other days & hours by appointment
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Cable Mill 
Photo by Jim Dull
Tipton-Oliver Home taken in 1950's-for a better look click here
From a post card owned by G.M.
Tipton-Oliver Home taken in 2006 by Jim Dull
Click for Maryville, TN Forecast
Becky Cable house
before being relocated
Cable Cemetery  
photo of every stone
Cades Cove bell tolls for Dave Post
An article written by Linda Albert
A Page Dedicated to Dave (Click Here)
Before your next trip to Cades Cove visit 
the Cades Cove Museum in the historic Thompson-Brown house
 where you can view artifacts from those who lived in Cades Cove. 
Other times available with notice
Just a few steps away is the Blount County Historical Museum. 
The CCPA is grateful to Blount County 
Dismantling the George Caughron Barn
 Click here to purchase CCPA merchandise

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Last cook stove used in Cades Cove
Placed in the Cades Cove Museum
Carter-Shields walkway completed
The Cades Cove Museum & the CCPA was featured Local 8 News (WVLT/CBS)       Click here to see view
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Names of donors, in memory of and honor of:
September 29th & 30th Fall festival at the Townsend visitor center
Cades Cove former residence and descendants will be at the "family canopy" to tell their stories of life in the cove. Stop by and ask them about their Cades Cove families.
Please be prepared to purchase with cash or check at many booths, they are saying that vendors may not have wifi for our "square charging station" stop by and say "hello" to James & Robin Whitehead Dorothy Gregory Sutton
Bernard Myers Lots of great sales at the CCPA booth and tax free.