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Property Name King and Queen Courthouse Green Historic District (Boundary Increase)
Reference Number 13001163
State Virginia
County King and Queen
Town N/A
Street Address 106 Allen Circle
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 2/5/2014
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE, SOCIAL HISTORY
Link to full file https://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13001163.pdf
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As noted previously, Immanuel Church was not included in the original historic district nomination. The church is associated with the district and is a contributing resource associated with the historic district's local significance under Criterion A in the area of social history and under Criterion C in the area of architecture. The church's construction date, 1884, is within the historic district's period of significance, ca. 1750-1940. Used continuously as a church since its construction to serve the local and surrounding community, it is a vital part of the King and Queen Courthouse Green Historic District.

 

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