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The Cades Cove Preservation Association   ~    Bylaws 
CCPA Past Events
CCPA  Membership Form
CCPA  Photos of Volunteers at work
Destruction by Nature & Man
CCPA~Media Coverage 
CCPA Officers
Cades Cove  Mailing List
Cades Cove History those who served
Graphic Credits
Cades Cove Links & compilied Books By Members
Cades Cove Merchandise/Publications~Order Form
The Leaves Are Falling
Awards Given to the CCPA
George Caughron Barn being dismantled by the CCPA & GSM Park Personnel
Cades Cove Query Page
Cades Cove Museum at the Historic Thompson-Brown House
Wed. - Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Subject to change
Free Admission!!!
An appreciation letter from the Smoky Mountain Convention and Visitors Bureau 
Home II Membership II Cades Cove History II Email II Museum Photos
Expired News
Cades Cove / Thompson-Brown House Museum - Inside look 
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CCPA Planned Calendar Events
Cable Cemetery ~ photo of every stone
 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. 
The Cades Cove Community Photos, facts, history
75th Park rededication 
Dave Post greeting the children from a local school
The children listen as Richard talks about the items in the museum
Children visit the museum 11-19-09
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Jim Butterfield ready to sell CCPA items.9-25-10
V.P. Stephen Weber ready to talk about his Oliver family from the Cove. The cane was used by his grandfather.
Stephen Weber along with J.C. & Margaret McCaulley, Inez & Earl Adams, Danny Oliver, Dot Sutton, Mary Gregory and Ruth Davis talked to visitors who asked questions about the families in Cades Cove. (click on photo to view)
We would like to thank all who stopped by the CCPA booth. 
In the Cove Mary Gregory, Richard Anderson, Terry Huffstettler & Gloria Motter enjoyed talking to all who stopped by. Terry was working on his hand made dulcimer. The day was enjoyed by all.  9-2010
Inez "Granny" Adams & Jim Dull 2006
Precious Memories