Herndon

Herndon

A Town and Its History

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Set in western Fairfax County, Herndon, Virginia, is a vibrant town, firmly in touch with the present, planning for its future yet embracing its small town heritage. In Herndon: A Town and its History, Charles V. Mauro, noted local historian, author and president of the Herndon Historical Society, traces Herndon's history from the Paleo-Indians through the coming of the railroad that helped build and support the dairy industry that was Herndon's back-bone, to its growth as a Washington, DC, suburb and the urban expansion due to the building of Dulles International Airport. Herndon contains numerous archival images and illustrations and is complete with endnotes, a full bibliography and a full index.
Publisher: Charleston : History Press, 2004
ISBN: 9781596290266
1596290269
Branch Call Number: 975.5291 Ma
Characteristics: 224 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm

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