GLENWOOD, a small FRASER VALLEY AGRICULTURAL settlement 28 km southeast of NEW WESTMINSTER, was named by the district's first homesteaders after Glenwood, MN. In 1899 it had a store, a church and a school. Campbell Valley regional park later occupied this area and Glenwood was absorbed by the municipality of LANGLEY.
by Andrew Scott

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