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Protestant Church (formerly Methodist Church)
The town's Methodist congregation built this white-painted, wood-frame structure, but it now serves Protestants of all denominations. Shiplap siding covers the walls and bell tower. Gothic Revival details include simplified pointed windows with multipane, double-hung sashes and ogee-arched entrance doors. The tower rises from a gable-roofed entry vestibule to an unusual triple-hipped roof covered with shingles. An open belfry, supported by posts and decorated with large scrolled brackets, tops the roof. Though the builder is unknown, Italian stonemasons probably built the granite foundation and front steps.
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