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Saint Andrew's Church
Mount Holly, Burlington County
Saint Andrew's is remarkable because it is one of the earliest examples
of the Gothic Revival style in the state, not just a traditional Wren-Gibbs
church with a few Gothic details. It was built in 1844. The Anglican
church was established in Mount Holly by 1765.