Randolph County was formed in 1832 after the Treaty of Cusseta was signed by the Creek Indians. Lake Wedowee, which was formed by Harris Dam on the Tallapoosa River, offers boating and fishing opportunities near the county seat. The Randolph County Historical Museum, in Roanoke, includes a collection of the Indestructible Doll, which was invented by local resident Ella Smith. Th e doll won the grand prize for most innovative toy at the 1904 World’s Fair. Roanoke’s downtown district has several buildings in the Renaissance and Romanesque styles. The Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail is in Wadley.