Culleoka, Tennessee

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Culleoka is an unincorporated community of roughly 5,000 residents[citation needed] in the southeastern corner of Maury County, Tennessee. Located southeast of Columbia.

Culleoka was established in 1857 in anticipation of the construction of the Nashville and Decatur Railroad, which reached the site in 1859.[1]

Culleoka was the original site of Webb School, which is now located in the historic town of Bell Buckle.[2]


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Coordinates: 35°28′46″N 86°58′59″W / 35.47944°N 86.98306°W / 35.47944; -86.98306