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Crosswicks, Burlington County
are many fine Quaker meetinghouses in the state; this is my favorite.
The congregation was organized in 1684 and this large brick
was built on the town green in 1773. It is a copy of the Buckingham
Friends meetinghouse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. A building committee
visited several other meetinghouses in the region and decided they
wanted to follow the Buckingham model.
The pent roofs are original
here, whereas several meeting-houses have
The pews and sliding dividers inside are original.
of course. Good data at HABS.