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First Congregational Church Key West Fl

1892 was the year the congregation was formed and the corner stone of the church was laid one year later in 1893. Brick was used very little in the Florida Keys. Bricklaying was not a trade to be found in the keys. Most building were made from wood, as you can see in the pano. This makes this building special in the city. The church was bulit during the richest period in Key Wests history. When this building was built the city was an island city with travel to and from via ship only. 

Copyright: John Conway
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Загружена: 14/12/2012
Обновлено: 09/10/2014


Tags: first congregational church key west; old town key west; key west
  • LEAH KOTTKE over 1 year ago
    Really great memories here. My grandpa pastored this church in the 80's and that white conch house to the right was my very first home. Love this picture.
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