Old South Church (Newburyport, Massachusetts)

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Old South Church, the First Presbyterian Church of Newburyport, Massachusetts, is a church that was founded in 1756 by George Whitefield.[1]

The church is home to many significant historical artifacts, including the church bell, which was cast by Paul Revere in 1802 and is still in use today.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 History of Old South Church

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