Dunwoody (Images of America) by Valerie M. Biggerstaff

By Valerie M. Biggerstaff

The identify Dunwoody constructed from a spelling mistakes. quickly after the Civil battle ended, Maj. Charles Dunwody left close by Roswell to settle in a brand new neighborhood and made up our minds to begin a publish place of work. The publish workplace further one "o" to his identify, and from that second, the realm was once often called Dunwoody. starting as a humble farming group, Dunwoody grew right into a renowned suburb of Atlanta. cautious development keep watch over, below the supervision of the Dunwoody householders organization, saved Dunwoody from turning into too constructed. The Dunwoody protection belief works to spot and retailer Dunwoody's old landmarks. The Dunwoody Farmhouse, situated on the important crossroads of the group, is likely one of the trust's luck tales and is loved via many.

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