Historical Society

Striving to preserve the history of the Sequatchie Valley

Our Mission

8-29-2006 1846The Sequatchie Valley Historical Association strives to preserve the history of the Sequatchie Valley. We work to maintain the natural beauty of our land and to provide an educational resource for all generations. We are a non-profit tax exempt 501-c organization, we have no paid staff, all members and workers volunteer their services without pay. We currently do not receive or accept funding from the City of Dunlap or Sequatchie County. We take pride in our efforts to support our Coke Oven Park almost totally with Donations and our Festival. Our commitment is to not be a burden to the Taxpayers but an asset to our Citizens.

Current Projects

038Coke Ovens Bluegrass Festival is always on the first Sat. in June.    

Would you like to become a member?

The Sequatchie Valley Historical Association has monthly meetings the 3rd Thursday of every month at the Coke Ovens Museum at 6:30 pm. CST Please join us! Contact current President Edward R. Brown at phone 423-949-2294.