Eureka's first church is built of local volcanic tuff, cut in irregularly sized rock-faced ashlar. The building stands two blocks east of Main Street in a quiet area of churches and houses dating from the nineteenth century. Several trailers and a railroad-tie garage are also on the street.
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St. James Episcopal Church
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