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Hammonton Presbyterian Church
Hammonton, Atlantic County

This large red brick building with the slate-shingled tower was erected in 1896. The church was founded in 1861, according to the church's secretary, and late in the century, about the time this building was put up, it emphasized its mission to the Italians in the area. It now has a largely Hispanic congregation, I was told.

 

 

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