Located just west of Valdosta in southwest Georgia, on the Florida border, Brooks is a county of moss-laden oaks and a long and honored history. Quitman is known as the Camellia City because of the plants grown there, and also because Betty Sheffield, developer of the well-known camellia variety of the same name, was a longtime resident. Quitman also has one of the largest historic districts per capita in all of Georgia.
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900 E. Screven Street
Quitman, GA 31643
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Brooks County, Georgia - Down Town to Down Home
Visitors to the area will enjoy the rich heritage,historic homes and farms, abundant and innovative agriculture, and community festivals and events.
121 North Culpepper StView on Map
229-263-6000The museum houses a unique variety of items dating back to the founding of Brooks County. Artifacts are orgainzed into 10 categories and designed in thematic displays... Find Out More
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