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Property Name New Lancaster Grange Hall , No. 223
Reference Number 13000818
State Kansas
County Miami
Town New Lancaster
Street Address 12655 W 36th Street
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 10/9/2013
Areas of Significance Social History
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The New Lancaster Grange Hall, No. 223 is nominated to the National Register of Historic Places for its local significance under Criterion A in the area of Social History. The building was erected in 1885 to serve as the house of worship for the Beulah Baptist Church . It then served as the gathering space for the New Lancaster Grange from 1901 until about 2005 when low membership forced its closure. The property is significant for its association with the local Grange organization.


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