The dominating structure in this pleasant, well-preserved village is the Baptist church, a broad, rather loosely composed edifice with a pair of side-lighted Greek Revival enframed doors in front, a too-diminutive Palladian window, and, eventually, an overscaled belfry. Its raised site, approached by an allée of maples, magnifies its impact.
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Seventh Day Baptist Church
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