The Georgia Historical Society has administered Georgia’s statewide marker program since 1998, erecting over 200 historical markers across Georgia on a wide variety of subjects.


Adopt-A-Marker Project

Due to budget cuts, there are no funds for historic marker upkeep and maintenance.  Historic markers are vital to the economic growth and development of tourism in our county and in preserving our heritage.  You can help care for the Historic Markers in Paulding County by "adopting" one and reporting any marker damage or missing markers to Pickett's Mill staff at (770) 443-7850.

Other suggested tasks, though not required are:  Mowing grass in a 10 to 20 foot area; Removing or trimming vegetation to make sign more visible; Washing with mild soap and water.

295 N. Johnston Street, Dallas 30132

Help protect and share our history.  Many of our efforts are funded by financial support from our community.  Use the button below to make your tax-deductible donation today!

The museum is open the first and third Saturday 
of every month from 10 - 1. 
Closed on holidays.
Please check our calendar routinely.

Our research documents are currently on loan to the Paulding County Genealogical Society located in downtown Dallas in the historic old Paulding County Courthouse. Their website is www.pauldingroots.org