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Deerfield Methodist Episcopal Church
Deerfield, Cumberland County



In 1868 the Methodists in Deerfield constructed this substantial frame church. It has corner pilasters, a half-round fanlight in the pediment, which has been emphasized, in part by heavy brackets. Like many Methodist churches, this one might be mistaken for a schoolhouse.

 

 

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