Bulloch Hall, a fine example of temple style Greek Revival architecture, was completed in 1839 for Maj. James Stephens Bulloch and his family. Bulloch Hall is a house museum, featuring period rooms open for tours seven days a week. The home was the site of the December 1853 marriage between Martha "Mittie" Bulloch and Theodore Roosevelt, the elder, of New York. Their son, Theodore, was the 26th President of the United States, and their granddaughter was First Lady Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. The grounds include a reconstructed slave cabin and slave garden, summer house, privies, and demonstration garden. The surrounding historic district features many structures of the Civil War period including Smith Plantation, Barrington Hall, and The Roswell Presbyterian Church. The former locations of several mills burned by Federal troops on their march to Atlanta are marked.
Savannah, Georgia | This historic site, the restored and furnished mid-nineteenth-century Gothic Revival-style home of Charles Green, served as the headquarters for Union General Sherman during the winter of 1864-65.
Chickamauga, Georgia | Prior to the Battle of Chickamauga, this historic site served as headquarters to the Union Army of the Cumberland's Gen. William Rosecrans, until it was captured by the Confederates on the second day of battle.