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Juliette, Georgia

The town of Juliette was first called “Glover” after Dr. Glover who built the cotton mill near the river in East Juilette. The towns of Iceburg and Brownsville had sprung up earlier but disappeared as Juliette began to grow with the coming of the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad in 1882. Being split by the Ocmulgee River, the town of Juliette is in Monroe County and East Juliette in Jones County. Robert M. Williams was the first postmaster when the post office was established in his store on June 30, 1879. This new post office was in the community of Iceburg.

Juliette received its name from the engineer that was building the railroad. It was named for his daughter, Juliette McCracken. McCracken Street also happens to be the name of the main street running through Juliette today.

Community Foundation of Central Georgia

Community Foundation of Central Georgia

As a local hub for philanthropy, the Community Foundation of Central Georgia (CFCG) works with individuals, families, corporations, private foundations and non-profit organizations to carry out their charitable objectives and help handle community issues.

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Jarrell Plantation Historic Site in Juliette, GA

Jarrell Plantation Historic Site in Juliette, GA

Nestled in the red clay hills of Georgia, this cotton plantation was owned by a single family for more than 140 years. It survived General Sherman’s “March to the Sea,” typhoid fever, Emancipation, Reconstruction, the cotton boll weevil, theRead more

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Lake Juliette in Juliette, GA

Lake Juliette in Juliette, GA

Discover Fun Recreation and Fishing at Lake Juliette – Also known as Rum Creek, it is a 3,600-acre Georgia Power Co. reservoir located 15 miles north of Macon. Smaller crowds, an undeveloped shoreline, beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife areRead more

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Rum Creek Pizza in Juliette, GA

Rum Creek Pizza in Juliette, GA

We’ll usally go here for a slice and to hang out after a game. Nice atmosphere, very friendly people, always run into someone we know. Food is great – reasonably priced and served fast. ~ Yahoo! Contributor Street View

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Jarrell 1920 House Bed and Breakfast in Juliette, GA

Jarrell 1920 House Bed and Breakfast in Juliette, GA

Jarrell 1920 House is an 1850s style plantation country house bed and breakfast in Middle Georgia, next to Jarrell Plantation near Whistle Stop Cafe. The Jarrell 1920 House was part of the original Jarrell family farm, now known as JarrellRead more

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Juliette Opry in Juliette, GA

Juliette Opry in Juliette, GA

The Juliette Opry is a little venue in Juliette, Georgia with an open jam at 6:30 pm and a show at 9:00 pm. Right down the street from The Whistle Stop Cafe. Follow our Facebook Page for up-to-date information.Read more

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