Eugène Robitaille, who came from Quebec in 1879, designed and made unusual Carpenter's Gothic trim for this granite-based, red brick Queen Anne church with that style's characteristic corner tower dominating the composition. Atop the tower, an open belfry and its bowed balustrade are clad with shingles under a flared pyramidal spire. The bells were moved to the congregation's new church. Its graceful predecessor has been converted to a visitors' center.
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First Presbyterian Church
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