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Must Know About Roswell:
Population: Approximately 82,000
Size: 39.26 Square Miles
Historic District: Consists of 640 acres, with 122 acres on the National Register of Historic Places
Region: Roswell falls under the State of Georgia's Atlanta Metro Travel Region. The Atlanta Metro Travel Region encompasses the State's capital city. However, any city in the state can be accessed from the Atlanta area within approximately a 5 hour drive. Interstates 75, 85 and 20 intersect in the city of Atlanta with I-285 circling downtown.
- Conveniently located only 20 minutes north of Atlanta.
- Along the GA 400 corridor, making it accessible to the North Georgia Mountains.
- Atlanta Hartsfield Intl. Airport is only 30 miles south of Roswell.
- MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) provides bus service to Roswell.
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History: Roswell, Georgia is located on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River in an area the Cherokee Indians once called "Enchanted Land". Originally, whites were forbidden on the land that was inhabited by the Cherokees, but that law was often ignored. Many difficulties would arise, and although a variety of treaties would be signed, many were broken.
In 1828, gold was found in north Georgia, thus causing a swarm of settlers to the area...click to continue reading