In 1870, a man whose parents were a slave woman and plantation owner created a cemetery here. It's all that's left of Joyfield, except for a town hall and one lone house on the downtown corner. CLICK IN for photos, info and location!
It was only one single saloon in the beginning. It grew, but now there are only a few businesses left and some cool old houses to see. CLICK IN for the location of this cool old Michigan Thumb lumber town!
Jerome's heyday was in the mid-1800's to the early 1900's. Today it sits quietly between two ripped-up railroads and some cool old original homes and structures. CLICK IN, learn more, then pay a visit!