Roswell, Georgia is another northern suburb of Atlanta. It has a population of less than 90,000, but its historic district feels much like a small town. It hosts weekly events like Alive After Five and art walks. The downtown area has shops and restaurants within walking distance of one another. A mill was set up in the 1800s, which is what led to settlement in the area. Barrington Hall, pictured above, Smith Plantation, and Bulloch Hall, childhood home of Theodore Roosevelt’s mother, are all still standing in Roswell.
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