This one-story gable-roofed Quaker meetinghouse that stands on a stone foundation is one of the last surviving log meetinghouses in the commonwealth. Its hand-hewn logs are V-notched at the corners and chinked with mud and pebbles. It is rectangular in plan, has small windows with board shutters, and a single door with a hand-forged latch. The interior, paneled with wide unfinished white pine boards, is partitioned into a men's and a women's seating area, each with simple narrow plank pews.
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Catawissa Friends Meetinghouse
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