President Gordon Simmons said he sent a letter to the West Virginia Department of Culture and History on Friday.
Deputy Commissioner Jacqueline Proctor said any renewed efforts to have the 1,600-acre site put back on the list would have to go through the listing process again.
The site of a bloody battle in southern West Virginia over union organizing in 1921 was briefly added to the register last year.
Efforts to remove it began after the number of objecting property owners was corrected from 22 to 30 out of 57.
Property owners and coal industry figures say the preservation effort is an attempt to block new surface mining operations.
Several years ago, a meeting was held in the Earl Ray Tomblin Convention Center over Blair Mountain’s historical designation. Environmentalists and coal miners nearly clashed at the meeting, which got heated at times.