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The historic Archibald Smith Plantation was built by Archibald Smith in 1838 after he and his family left the Georgia coast to grow cotton and help found the city of Roswell.Â Enduring for 150 years, and through both the Great Depression and the Civil War, the plantation home--located next door to t
The 1845 Smith Plantation was home to three generations of Archibald Smith (one of founders of Roswell, GA) family until 1981. Original furnishings, 11 outbuildings, Cook and Carriage House, Barn, Slave Cabin, & Corn Crib can be viewed on the property. Activities for the family include Fall Farm Da
Among the trees in Historic Roswell, Georgia, lies the elegant home constructed by one of the townâs founding fathers, Archibald Smith. The preserved two-story farm house, slave quarters, a cook house, corn crib, barn, carriage house, well, and spring house are on display along with original family
A two-story farmhouse built by a family of early Roswell residents, the Smith Plantation has been beautifully preserved. The 1840s era home was occupied by the family until 1915, but then stood empty until 1940 when another descendant refurbished it and lived there until his death in 1960. Many of
For over 150 years, the Smith"s Plantation Home has stood the test of time as The Civil War was brought to its front steps, and all around it, the small mill village of Roswell erupted into a bustling metropolitan suburb. Perfectly preserved are the Smiths two-story farm house, complete with outbui
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