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Gambrel Roof House (Second Meetinghouse)
The first meetinghouse (no visible remains) was built of logs and continued to serve as the school when this second building was constructed. It has a square plan with doors on each face rather in the manner of the long since demolished Bank Street meetinghouse in Philadelphia (see p. 13) but without the German mansard roof. Its rubble walls are
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