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Excerpt from Abraham Lincoln and Religion: New York Avenue Presbyterian Church (Washington, D. C.); Excerpts From Newspapers and Other Sources
Before the close of the revolution and before the plans of the capital city were ever conceived a tobacco barn on what later was termed New Jersey avenue near D street, was a gathering place for adherents to the Episcopal faith, For thirty years this modest meeting place resounded to their songs. Thomas Jefferson and the busy Washington frequently tied their horses to nearby trees and attended a service there, Next. The Methodists rented it and established a school as well as a church.
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