Historical Speaking Events Happening Now!
Gwendolyn Koehler, former Bulloch Education Director and Volunteer Coordinator, presented the fascinating life of Martha Stewart Elliott Bulloch, grandmother of President Theodore Roosevelt, to the enthusiastic Bulloch Hall Sampler Guild in a Zoom meeting. Also, she has been invited by Rollins College professor Dr. Deborah Prosser to present the opening lecture on Bulloch Hall for her Graduate Masterworks class. Bulloch Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Bring Bulloch Hall Historical Speakers to Your Organization Today!
To schedule Gwen Koehler or Michael Hitt for a presentation,
please email Gwen Koehler firstname.lastname@example.org
Gwendolyn Koehler, former Bulloch Education Director and Volunteer Coordinator is available for the following presentations:
Michael Hitt, skilled local historian and researcher and author of “Charged With Treason” is available for the following tours and presentations:
- 1839 A tour or lecture of 1839 Roswell
- 1864 “Charged With Treason,” the story of the Roswell mill worker removal by Union Troops.
- 1864 Dr. Mary Walker, the only female to be awarded the Medal of Honor and her military career.
- 1905 Warren Crockett, President Theodore Roosevelt’s security escort in Roswell and former Rough Rider.
- 2020 The rise and fall of Roswell’s Founder Cemetery, 1840-2016