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The area called Dunwoody was pioneered in the early 1830s and is named for Major Charles Dunwody (1828-1905), an extra "o" was added with the incorrect spelling of the name on a banking note.One of Dunwoody's most historic building dates from 1829. The Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church, at the corner of Roberts Dr. and Spalding Dr., is still active to this date and is also the home to one of the city's oldest cemeteries, where many of the founding fathers of Dunwoody are buried. The first public school, Dunwoody Elementary, first stood near the city center at the intersection of Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd. and Mt. Vernon Rd. It was in continuous operated from 1911 to 1986. On that site today, the Dunwoody branch of the Dekalb County Public Library now operates along with the North Dekalb Cultural Arts Center. In 1881, the Roswell Railroad opened and ran along what is now Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd. north to the Chatahoochee River. It operated for 40 years, and in 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt made a campaign whistle stop in Dunwoody along the way to Roswell, Georgia. At midnight on December 1 of 2008, Dunwoody officially became a city after a nearly 3 year movement.
An older part of Dunwoody, Georgetown was developed in the late 1960s. It is located near I-285 and borders with unincorporated DeKalb County. It is also one of the reasons the incorporation movement was started, with many new apartments being approved by DeKalb County for the area, even in some single-family residential areas of the district (POV bias). It contains the subdivisions of Georgetown, Chateau Woods, North Springs, and Village Mill. It is also home to a vacant building that was previously Shallowford Elementary School and later, Chamblee Middle School. Dunwoody's second Kroger is located in the Georgetown retail district.
Located along the Gwinnett County border, this area is unique in that it was rarely considered Dunwoody prior to incorporation.A discount grocery store, an abandoned hardware store and auto mart, a kindergarten, a farmers market, apartment buildings, and a strip mall ("Dunwoody Point") dominate the area.
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This ambiguous area cannot be claimed by any of the aforementioned districts, and has yet to develop its own name and identity. Dunwoody North, Shenandoah Estates, and Dunwoody Trails are all located in this area. Brook Run park and Windwood Hollow park are also both located in this area, as well as a strip mall containing the Dunwoody Food Mart, a Rite-Aid, and a laundromat.
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