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Churches of Rural New England | Photography Slide Show

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First Congregational Church of East Machias, East Machias, Maine

First Congregational Church of East Machias, East Machias, Maine

White on White: Churches of Rural New England

White on White: Churches of Rural New England

Congregational Church, Schoolhouse, and Town Hall, Washington, New Hampshire

Congregational Church, Schoolhouse, and Town Hall, Washington, New Hampshire

Stannard-Greensboro Bend Methodist Church, Stannard, Vermont

Stannard-Greensboro Bend Methodist Church, Stannard, Vermont

York Street Baptist Church, York Village, Maine

York Street Baptist Church, York Village, Maine

First Congregational Church, Summer Sanctuary, Nantucket, Massachusetts

First Congregational Church, Summer Sanctuary, Nantucket, Massachusetts

Old First Church, Bennington, Vermont

Old First Church, Bennington, Vermont

Wonalancet Union Chapel, Wonalancet, New Hampshire

Wonalancet Union Chapel, Wonalancet, New Hampshire

Rocky Hill Meeting House, Amesbury, Massachusetts

Rocky Hill Meeting House, Amesbury, Massachusetts

Oxford Congregational Church, Oxford, Maine

Oxford Congregational Church, Oxford, Maine

West Parish Meetinghouse, West Barnstable, Massachusetts

West Parish Meetinghouse, West Barnstable, Massachusetts

All photos/art by Steve Rosenthal

Architectural photographer Steve Rosenthal captures the early churches of New England from the simple meetinghouses to the Greek and Gothic revivals.

More photos by Steve Rosenthal: steverosenthalphoto.com

Images from White on White: Churches of Rural New England (The Monacelli Press, a division of Random House, Inc., 2009) Photographs copyright Steve Rosenthal 2009

 

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  • I would love an opportunity to go back in time and discover my roots and by that I mean physically by way of a road trip…to have it the entire processdocumented/video taped and narrated all the way till the end were ill hope to have the greatest pleasure and honor to plant and start a trail for my children to have. Like in book form so if anyone could help me please let me know. Thank you

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