Cades Cove Preservation Association 
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The CCPA is a nonprofit organization registered in Tennessee. Membership is available to all interested individuals and organizations. Oversight is provided by a Board of Directors. Although bylaws require elected officers to be directly descended from former residents, the CCPA is critically dependent on the participation of all members and supporting organizations. The CCPA invites all individuals and organizations who share our objectives to establish residency in our surrogate Cades Cove community.
 We can “Preserve the Heritage” TOGETHER. D. Post
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 & new), 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
(Across from Blount Memorial Hospital)
The museum is operated by the Cades Cove Preservation Association 
Free Admission
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 Home taken in 1950's-for a better look click here
From a post card owned by G.M.
Tipton Home taken in 2006 by Jim Dull
Click for Maryville, TN Forecast
Becky Cable house
before beeing 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 / Thompson-Brown House Museum  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 & the Blount Historic Trust
For allowing us the use of the Historic Thompson-Brown house
Dismantling the George Caughron Barn
 Click here to purchase CCPA merchandise
Winter Heritage Festival 
Video Cades Cove Museum
Photos in the Daily Times
Cades Cove Museum
Winter Heritage Festival 
Part 2 Cades Cove descendants
Precious Memories
 Cades Cove Museum CCPA
Last cook stove used in Cades Cove
Placed in the Cades Cove Museum
Many Links on page 1 & 2
Carter-Shields walkway completed
 "Voices of Cades Cove, Part 2: "Amazing Grace" 
"Voices Of Cades Cove" Part 1  can purchased at the Cades Cove Museum.Your purchase at the museum only helps support the the heritage and work done by CCPA 
(2 set DVD in each - $25.00 + tax
"Cades Cove Properties From Settlement To Park"
Hard Back book over 700 pages of documented history
CCPA members $85.00 + tax. non members $100.00 + tax
  (Add $10.00 for shipping)
We also have new denim shirts
Book - Cades Cove Chestnuts Flats book
By Edward Myers 
$30.00 + tax soft cover
$40.00 + tax  hard cover
New items just in:
polo shirts, towels, throws and jackets
Home made candles.
The Cades Cove Museum & the CCPA was featured Local 8 News (WVLT/CBS)       Click here to see view