Author: Jeremiah Montague, Jr.
This is an historical account, and reference regarding the evolution of the northwest subdivisions of Avalon Heights, Langdon, Montello, the original Woodridge, and Winthrop Heights, sitting outside the City of Washington. It illuminates them as being the first northeastern within the extensive research into people, events, residences, building, and other features of present day Woodridge, District of Columbia , some now lost to the history since 1875. Include are more than 716 photos, maps, and images providing visual references , offering a complete guide book connecting the present subdivision’s rich and historic past.
Mr. Montague is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Technology Management from the University of Phoenix. His body of work includes extensive experience in his historical research of Washington D.C. architecture and American railroading as well as urban transportation structures. Through his experience he has reconstructed many lost architectural works building computer graphical representation of historic structures, from written descriptions and photographs. He brings a passion for historic preservation and knowledge education for bettering the urban experience of residents in the nation’s capital.