Roswell Historical Society, Inc.


Preserving & Sharing the Heritage of Roswell, GA

Award-Winning Achievements

The Roswell Historical Society has been instrumental in preserving historic community landmarks and raising awareness of Roswell's distinguished history.


Bulloch Hall – 1978 Award  from The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for “outstanding achievement in the field of preservation” for efforts, in cooperation with the City of Roswell, to preserve antebellum Bulloch Hall.


Walking Tour Program – 1978 “Community Service Award” from the Freedom’s Foundation at Valley Forge for “outstanding achievement in bringing about a better understanding of the American way of life.”


Vickery Creek Dam – 1982 Award for “Outstanding Restoration Project” from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for a campaign to save the 1853 dam associated with the Roswell Manufacturing Company textile mills.


Archibald Smith Plantation Home – 1993 “Outstanding Stewardship Award” from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for restoration, archaeology, and opening the 1845 Smith Plantation to the public for the first time in its history.


Bulloch Hall – 2003 “Past, Present, & Future” award from Friends of Bulloch, Inc. for outstanding effort in preservation and years of continuous support to Bulloch Hall.


Roswell's Historic Cemeteries - 2007 Award from the City of Roswell and Roswell Historic Preservation Commission in recognition of exemplary and significant volunteer contribution to the "Campaign to Preserve Georgia's Historic Cemeteries".