Paloma, Illinois is an unincorporated community in Honey Creek Township, Adams County, Illinois, United States. Its main auxiliary route is U.S. Route 24 and is within two miles of Coatsburg, another rural community. During the early 1900s the village was famous for its pickle production and was often nicknamed "Pickleville" because of the vast pickle farms.
Paloma is part of the Quincy, IL–MO Micropolitan Statistical Area.
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