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One of New York City’s oldest historic sites is this 1694 Quaker Meeting House in Flushing, New York. It was Flushing’s first house of worship and for over 300 years it has been continuously used as a meeting house – interrupted only briefly when the British used it as a prison, hospital, and stabled during the Revolution.

It is New York City’s oldest house of worship in continuous use and the second oldest house of worship in continuous use in the country.


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