Centreville and Chantilly shares with readers the stories and photographs of two communities that greatly respect their past and embrace their change. Today, Centreville’
Highlights of Centreville and Chantilly include:
· A portion of the profits will be donated to the Friends of Historic Centreville, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Centreville’
· The images come from the Library of Congress, the Virginia Room at the Fairfax County Public Library, and contributions from local residents.
· Centreville overcame occupation by two armies during the Civil War.
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Centreville and Chantilly
by Mary Stachyra Lopez
Images of America Series
128 pages/ softcover
Available: June 16, 2014