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Property Name Hebron Church
Reference Number 14001057
State WV
County Hampshire
Town Yellow Springs
Street Address 10851 Carper's Pike
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 12/16/2014
Areas of Significance Architecture
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The Hebron Church is recommended eligible for the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion C: Architecture as it an excellent local example of Greek Revival church architecture constructed in the Potomac Highlands. It also meets Criterion Consideration A: Religious Properties as it derives its significance from architectural distinction.7 The period of significance is 1849, the date of construction and 1905, the date of significant alterations. The original denominational congregation continues to utilize the church building. Situated on the west side of the Cacapon River and the east side of Carpers Pike, the Hebron Church retains its integrity of location, setting and feeling. The original design, workmanship and materials of the church building remain which provides insight into the construction techniques of a mid-19th century ecclesiastical building.

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