Everett Community is a small-incorporated town of about 75 people. The land was once part of the Altama Plantation, but is named after the man who owned the area next. He, in turn, gave the land to his workers. The community is located at the northeast end of US Highway 341 in the northwest corner of Glynn County. Traveling up Hwy 341 from Brunswick, you travel for miles along a two-lane road that follows the route of the railroad that was once the lifeblood of the community. The railroad depot is now a convenience store at Everett Crossroads. Most of the people who settled the region worked for the railroad at the beginning of the 20th century. The majority of homes here are one-story, frame, front gable bungalows built between 1910 and the 1930s. Stopping at the Crossroads convenience store may offer more information on this community.
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