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Juliustown Methodist Episcopal Church
Juliustown, Burlington County


The Second Great Awakening, a widespread religious revival, resulted in a substantial number of Methodist churches being built, mostly in small towns in the western and southern sections of the state. A Methodist class was organized in Juliustown in 1824 and this nicely proportioned frame building was put up in 1869.

 

 

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