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Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church
Princeton, Mercer County



Founded in 1837 and built in 1837. This is a very early black church serving a substantial black neighborhood situated a couple blocks north of the center of town. The church's original name was the First Presbyterian of Colored, but it was changed in 1848.

 

 

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