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About Grand Junction

Grand Junction, Tennessee








Grand Junction is a city in Hardeman and Fayette counties,Tennessee. The population was 301 at the 2000 census, and is currently 321. Grand Junction runs along Tennessee State Route 57, and is bordered to the west by Tennessee State Route 18(Mississippi Highway 7). Approximately ten miles to the south is U. S. Route 72. Tennessee State Route 368 also runs through downtown Grand Junction. Grand Junction has been called the "Bird Dog Capital of the World" and serves as the location of the National Bird Dog Museum.






Location in Hardeman County and the state of Tennessee.
Location in Hardeman County and the state of Tennessee.
Coordinates: 35°2′53″N 89°11′25″W







Grand Junction in 1940

Grand Junction was founded in 1858. It was named after the "Grand Junction" of theMemphis and Charleston Railroad, which ran through the area. The town was arailroad town, with its own newspaper, two saloons, three hotels, a livery stableand other businesses.During the Civil War, theUnion Army held the city for approximately three years. In 1878 a yellow fever epidemic struck the town and killed more than half of the 150 residents. The town was incorporated in 1901.








Grand Junction is located at 35°2′53″N 89°11′25″W (35.048023, -89.190177).

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.2 square miles (3.1 km²), all land.








A. Schulman has a manufacturing facility in Grand Junction. The town also has many small local businesses including a clothing boutique, antique shops, and 2 local banks, several quick-marts and a Dollar General store.






Arts and culture

The National Bird Dog Museum (NBDM) is located in Grand Junction, as is the Field Trial Hall of Fame and Wildlife Heritage Center, which shares space with the NBDM. The location of the NBDM and the history of the area in regards to hunting has earned the town the title of the "Bird Dog Capital of the World". Ames Plantation, the former home of Hobart Ames, is also located in the area. The town is also home to the National Field Trial Championships, which are held at Ames Plantation. Grand Junction's library, the Bobby Martindale Memorial Library, serves area residents and consists of 1 staff member and volunteers. As of 2011, over 1,380 patrons visited the library, checking out items over 3,300 times.The Wilder Community Center serves as a community hall and senior center. Grand Junction also has one of the oldest and most active Ruritan clubs in Tennessee.






Annual events

A Christmas parade is held each year with a tree-lighting ceremony, as well the annual community fish fry hosted by the Local Chapter of the Ruritan. It is held the 1st Saturday in October each year and draws from several counties. There is also an annual BBQ Cookoff contest help each year in April that draws a large crowd and plenty of contestants vying for the "Golden Pig".






Other notable landmarks

Many of the original buildings are still maintained within Grand Junction. Rogers and Sons Marble Works, established in 1879, is still standing and the old railroad depot still exists. N.T. Richardson's General Merchandise Store is still standing and stocked from when it finally closed, which was run by N.T. Richardson until his death at 104 years old. The local City Park now serves as the site of the annual community fish fry.














SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Junction,_Tennessee

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