Sequatchie County, Tennessee Basics:

Sequatchie County Tennessee - Government Site

Population: 14,424
Area: 266 square miles
County seat: Dunlap
Area code(s) in use: 423
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 76.3%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 12.2%
Median household income: $33,181
Persons in poverty: 19.3%
Home ownership rate: 75.9%
Mean travel time to work: 30.2 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Bledsoe  Grundy  Hamilton  Marion  Van Buren  Warren  

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Map of the Sequatchie County area

Our detail map of Sequatchie County shows the Sequatchie County, Tennessee boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Sequatchie County, Tennessee

  Bridges     show all on map

Kelly Bridge, Thermans Bridge (historical)

  Buildings     show all on map

Cagle Volunteer Fire Department, Dunlap City Hall, Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department, Fredonia Volunteer Fire Department, Lewis Chapel Volunteer Fire Department, Sequatchie County Ambulance Service, Sequatchie County Courthouse, Sequatchie Fire Tower, Southend Volunteer Fire Department, Walnut Valley Post Offce (historical)

  Capes     show all on map

Savage Point, Signal Point, Smith Point

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Bryant Cemetery, Chapel Hill Cemetery, Cookston Cemetery, Cordell Cemetery, Davis Cemetery, Davis Chapel Cemetery, Dunlap Cemetery, Hall Cemetery, Harvey Cemetery, Hatfield Cemetery, King Cemetery, Lands Chapel Cemetery, Lewis Cemetery, McGlothen Cemetery, McWilliams Cemetery, Pickett Cemetery, Rogers Cemetery, Stone Cemetery, Thans Chapel Cemetery, Union Cemetery, Welch Chapel Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Center Point Division (historical), Dunlap Division (historical), Lone Oak Census Designated Place

  Churches     show all on map

Bethlehem Church, Browns Chapel, Cartwright First Baptist Church, Chapel Hill Church, Davis Chapel, Elder Church, Ewtonville Church, First Baptist Church, Flat Mountain Church, Hall Church, Hopewell Church, Lewis Chapel, Mount Carmel Church, Mount Pleasant Church, New Hope Church, Sequatchie Chapel, Taft Highway Church, Welch Chapel, Yellow Springs Church

  Cliffs     show all on map

Raven Cliff

  Crossings     show all on map

Harris Ford

  Dams     show all on map

Deerhead Dam, Ernest Taylor Dam, Glen Barker Dam, S K Johnson Lake Dam, Studer Lake Dam

  Gaps     show all on map

Anderson Gap, Cowpen Gap, Henson Gap, Jack Gap, Swanner Pass, Walnut Gap

  Locales     show all on map

Andersons Mill (historical), Brush Creek Siding, Double Bridges, Graysons Mill (historical), Lewis Chapel, Olds Mill (historical), Stewart Camp, Wheeler's Apple Orchard

  Mines     show all on map

Baggett and Pickett Mines, Dayton Number 3 Mine, Dayton Number 4 Mine, Griffith and Wallace Number 4 Mine, Grover Lewis Mine, Hassler Mine, Hickey Mine, Lane Number 1 Mine, Lane Number 2 Mine, Lane Number 3 Mine, Lewis Barker Mine, Moore and Turner Mine, Mowbray Number 18 Mine, Perkins Mine, Pickett Mine, Scott and Bowman Number 1 Mine, Scott and Bowman Number 2 Mine, Sequatchie Quarry, Tate Number 5 Mine, Tate Number 6 Mine

  Parks     show all on map

Jasper City Park

  Populated Places     show all on map

Brush Creek, Bryant, Cagle, Cartwright, Center Point, Daus, Delphi (historical), Dunlap, Elm Hill, Fredonia, Liberty, Lone Oak, Mount Airy, New Hope

  Post Offices     show all on map

Brock Post Office (historical), Cagle Post Office (historical), Cartwright Post Office (historical), Daus Post Office (historical), Delphi Post Office (historical), Dunlap Post Office, Fillmore Post Office (historical), Gage Post Office (historical), Laynesville Post Office (historical), Mountairy Post Office (historical), Newberry Post Office (historical), Sunnyside Post Office (historical), Thans Post Office (historical)

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Deerhead Lake, Ernest Taylor Lake, Glen Barker Lake, S K Johnson Lake, Studer Lake

  Ridges     show all on map

Devils Backbone, Eight Oak Ridge, Frederick Ridge, Fruedenberg Ridge, Gadd Ridge, Grayson Ridge, Kell Ridge, Long Ridge, Long Ridge, Maizie Ridge, Pine Ridge, Point Ridge, Short Ridge, Taylor Ridge

  Schools     show all on map

Bethany School (historical), Browns Chapel School, Cagle School (historical), Center Point School, Daus School (historical), Dooley School (historical), Elm Hill School, Fredonia School (historical), Gage School (historical), Griffith Elementary School, Hall School (historical), John Henry Chapel School (historical), Lands Chapel School (historical), Lewis Chapel School, Liberty School (historical), Lone Oak Elementary School, New Life School (historical), Nichols School (historical), Oak Hill School (historical), Sequatchie County High School, Sequatchie County Junior High School, Sequatchie County Middle School, Sequatchie-Bledsoe Vocational Center, Thomas School (historical), Top School (historical), Union School

  Springs     show all on map

Boynton Spring, Stone Cave Spring

  Streams     show all on map

Alex Branch, Anderson Branch, Anderson Mill Creek, Baltimore Branch, Barker Branch, Bearwallow Creek, Big Brush Creek, Big He Creek, Bird Fork, Bird Fork, Boyd Creek, Brimer Creek, Brock Creek, Bryant Branch, Cain Creek, Coal Bank Creek, Cookston Cave Creek, Cooper Creek, Coops Creek, Cordell Lane Branch, Cove Branch, Dicks Branch, Dry Branch, Dry Branch, Dunaway Creek, Easterly Branch, Emmaline Branch, Ferguson Branch, Frederick Creek, Frederick Creek, Glady Fork, Grayson Mill Creek, Harvey Creek, He Creek, Henson Creek, Hester Branch, Hicks Creek, Hurricane Branch, Johnson Mill Creek, Kell Branch, Kelley Creek, Kelley Creek, Kelly Branch, King Branch, Laurel Creek, Laurel Fork, Lewis Creek, Little Brush Creek, Little He Creek, Long Branch, Long Fork, Mansfield Branch, Maple Branch, Maple Branch, McGrew Creek, McWilliams Creek, Merriman Branch, Middle Creek, Minton Branch, Mossy Creek, Mossy Creek, Natural Bridge Branch, North Prong Poor Fork, Panther Branch, Peacock Branch, Perry Creek, Pine Branch, Poor Fork, Rankin Branch, Reynolds Creek, Rickett Branch, Roberson Fork, Rocky Branch, Rogers Branch, Rogers Branch, Savage Creek, Sawmill Creek, Short Ridge Creek, Sourwood Creek, South Prong Poor Fork, Spring Branch, Standifer Creek, Stillhouse Branch, Stillhouse Branch, Stone Coalbank Creek, Stone Creek, Thomas Branch, Thurman Creek, Walker Branch, Welch Branch, Wolfe Branch, Woodcock Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Barker Pounds, Black Mountain, Bonner Knob, Buck Knob, Bunker Hill, Corncrib Knob, Flat Mountain, Jakes Mountain, Lockhart Hill, Price Mountain, The Horseshoe, Wolfpen Mountain

  Swamps     show all on map

Whiteoak Swamps

  Towers     show all on map

WSVC-AM (Dunlap)

  Valleys     show all on map

Barker Cove, Chicken Hollow, Clark Hollow, Cunningham Hollow, Lane Cove, Mosley Gulf, Poplar Spring Hollow, Price Hollow, Woodcock Gulf,

Sequatchie County, Tennessee Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteSequatchie County White population 14,04914,048  
MixedSequatchie County Mixed population 159158
American IndianSequatchie County American Indian population 7272
AsianSequatchie County Asian population 5857
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderSequatchie County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
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