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This historic church in Leeds, New York was built circa 1818 in Federal and Greek-Revival styles. The congregation that once met there dates back to 1732 when the church was known as the Catskill Reformed Church. The church is a very good example of one of the old stone churches built during the 18th and early 19th century by the Palatines Germans who settled in the region.

In 1996, it was added to theĀ National Register of Historic Places, but today the church lies abandoned and up for sale.


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