St. Philip's Moravian church lot
This circa 1866 photograph shows Church Street in Salem, North Carolina. The old African American Moravian log church, built in 1823, can be seen near the center of the image -- it's a small building with two chimneys. The updated brick church, built in 1861, can be seen to the right and behind it, with a white roof and bell tower.
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