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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Quitman, GA 31643
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Brooks County - Down Town to Down Home - Quitman
Visitors to the area will enjoy the rich heritage,historic homes and farms, abundant and innovative agriculture, and community festivals and events.
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