The New England character of the frame construction is obvious, while the plan with its pulpit opposite the south-facing entrance is more like the southern Pennsylvania meetinghouse, suggesting the continuous mixing of vernacular modes that characterized eastern Pennsylvania well into the nineteenth century. The wineglass pulpit recalls the Methodist church ( BR20) in West Burlington and ultimately looks north to New England.
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St. Paul's Union Church
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