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Roswell Cherokee Memorial

575 Riverside Rd, Riverside Park, Roswell, GA 30075-5007
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Informative but just a big rock

This is a large rock with a historical plaque on a walking trail. It is informative and tells a bit... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
DM_1278
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Alpharetta, Georgia
Very informative

I enjoyed my walking and learning at the same time. Just the information on these rocks and stones... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Micheal S
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Roswell, Georgia
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4 weeks ago
“Informative but just a big rock”
17 Oct 2016
“Very informative”
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575 Riverside Rd, Riverside Park, Roswell, GA 30075-5007
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a large rock with a historical plaque on a walking trail. It is informative and tells a bit about the area, but its sort of unremarkable within everything else that is around.

Thank DM_1278
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

I enjoyed my walking and learning at the same time. Just the information on these rocks and stones about the time before us I was very impressed how it was put together so nicely. 1800's I felt I was visiting it's a great place to...More

Thank Micheal S
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Reviewed 22 September 2016

As you walk along the path, you will find large rocks with plaques describing moments in history of the hardships endured by the Cherokee Indians.

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Reviewed 2 November 2014

Documents life of Cherokees in the Roswell area up to their forced removal from this area. Provides a learning experience in a park along the river. Along a short walking path.

2  Thank Vol1970
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Reviewed 23 October 2014

Learned alot and had fun. i felt as if i was back in the 1800's 1900's. i plan on taking my son back one day soon.

2  Thank swtmelissas
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Reviewed 18 August 2014

Great picnicking, low-impact hiking, dog park attached. Additionally, the old 1950's, ranch-styled farmhouse houses a wonderful pottery studio and small gallery. You can take a group to do a piece of art there with instruction for $15 per person. Friendly artisans always around.

2  Thank Jennifer S
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Reviewed 7 August 2014

The Roswell, GA Cherokee Memorial consists of 8 boulders with plaques telling the history of the GA Land Lottery and the Trail of Tears.

1  Thank 357CindiC
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