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Fourth Presbyterian Church
Trenton, Mercer County

Founded in 1858, the building has the date, 1859, set in stone above the main window, although in the History of Burlington and Mercer County, the construction date is listed as 1860. The church is located prominently on East State Street, less than a mile from the First Presbyterian. It is now the Holy Cross Church.
     The style is Gothic and the an exceptionally tall steeple was once mounted atop the major tower.




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