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Sheshequin Universalist Church (Sheshequin Universalist Meetinghouse)
After the American Revolution, New England settlers, many with land titles from the Susquehanna Company, established farms on the east side of the Susquehanna River between Towanda and Athens. By 1808, the First Universalist Society of Sheshequin was organized and in 1827 completed this white frame meetinghouse. There is much of New England Federal-style character in the
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