Historical and Family Houses – Sequatchie, Tennessee

Historical and Family Houses – Sequatchie County, Tennessee

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Right: Anderson Pike Toll Gate – was moved from the top of the mountain at the “W” Road to the James Conner place. Daus and Alfred Conner, sons of James Conner, operated the TollGate. At the time, Anderson Pike was the only highway leading into Chattanooga from Sequatchie Valley and all traffic had to pass through the toll gate. Toll Gate Prices: Horse & Rider 10 Cents; Walking and leading a horse was 5 cents; a herd of horses, mules or cattle 3 cents each; 1 cent for each sheep, hog or turkey; 1 buggy with one horse, 25 cents; and a team drawn wagon or carriage was 50 cents. ~ Source: Pioneers of Walden's Ridge, by Elsie Conner Adams~

James C. Conner Cabin, was built in 1858, Located on Signal Mtn, 1 mile from the Sequatchie County line. Now Property of the Chattanooga Regional History Museum (Hamilton County).

As of August 2011, the signs have been removed, so not sure if the Chattanooga Regional History Museum (Hamilton County) still own the Toll House.

James Conner Place – Built in 1858 (Toll House New Photo, Taken Aug. 9, 2011)
James Conner Place – Built in 1858 (Toll House New Photo, Taken Aug. 9, 2011)

If you have a “Sequatchie County” Historical or Old Family Home and would like to have your place shown here, and would like to contribute to the Web-site, contact Me, I will be glad to add them to the Sequatchie County, “Old Houses” page, listing your name and contact as the Contributor (or as desired).

Click on Pictures or Heading to View Additional Pictures of these houses. These Family Houses are not in any perticular order.

Historic Dunlap Coke Ovens
Dunlap Coke Ovens

Sequatchie County Davis House
Davis House

Sequatchie Hamilton County McEntire Cabin
McEntire Cabin

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, McEntire Cabin
Grant Homestead

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, Window Rock
Window Rock

Hoodenpyle House
Hoodenpyle House

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, Lewis Chapel
Lewis Chapel

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, Stone Cave 1
Stone Cave # 1

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, Stone Cave 2
Stone Cave # 2

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, Stone Family Slave Cabin
Stone Slave's Cabin

Stone Cave SDA School
Stone Cave School

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, 1865 Farm House
1865 Farmhouse

Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN, Mabry house
Mabry House

William Barker Cabin, 1830's, Sequatchie County, Tennessee, TN,
Barker Cabin

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