Tradition holds that this modest weatherboarded structure was constructed by Hampton Institute students under the sponsorship of the American Missionary Association. It was intended as a missionary chapel for the nearby heavily populated black area known as Cock's Newtown. The structure consists of a vestibule and a meeting room.
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Little England Chapel
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