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Sequatchie
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ATTRACTIONS in SEQUATCHIE

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Sequatchie Cave
(info provided by  D Sutton, resident)
The water is pure
The cave is ankle deep when water is low
Water runs calf deep at entrance-some places up to your waist
In the summer the temperature is around 64 degrees
In winter icicles form inside the cave
When water is low you can go back about a mile
The cave belongs to the city of Sequatchie but Sequatchie was never
incorporated-they have no deed to the cave
Cave given to Sequatchie by the Owen's brothers in 1850's approximately
People would come by train from Chattanooga to enjoy the cave in the late
1800's through 1930
State of Tennessee fixed it up with rock to protect it and an endangered
species (royal snail)-started in 1999 and finished 2000
There is a sign on Valley View Hwy on the left going north

HOMES of SEQUATCHIE

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CHURCHES in SEQUATCHIE

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Amazing Grace Chapel Church Owens United Methodist Church Sequatchie First Baptist Church

POST OFFICES in SEQUATCHIE

Sequachee, TN Opened: July 31, 1890 Closed: July 22, 1897
Sequatchie, TN Opened: April 9, 1850 Closed: Jan. 8, 1852
Sequatchie, TN Opened: May 17, 1890
Re-Opened: July 22, 1897
Closed: July 31, 1890
Re-Closed: Operating

 

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