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Images of America: Groveton covers the history of the area from early property owners such as George Washington and George Mason, through its days as a farming and dairy community, to the development of homes, businesses and the air field, to its redevelopment today.
The book is available at www.arcadiapublishing.com, www.amazon.com, Costco (Route 1), Barnes and Noble (Potomac Yards), and Huntley Meadows Park Visitors Center. All royalties will go to Friends of Historic Huntley.
The Mount Vernon Gazette included a review: MTVERNONGAZETTE
Jay Roberts is the author of the upcoming book, "River to Rails: A Guidebook to Historical Markers in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia." In his blog, he provided a review of the Groveton book: http://jay.typepad.com/william_jay/2013/...
Spring Bank is northeast of Groveton and Gum Springs is southeast of Groveton with a rich heritage, as noted in the South of Gum Springs is Hybla Valley, Engleside and South of Woodlawn is Fort Belvoir, which began as the home of William Fairfax as noted in the . ., the , and the .
West of Groveton is the home of Commodore Walter Brooke which was called “Retirement” and is now called “” at Stoneybrooke.
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