I mentioned on Friday scouting out historic sites.
I was on a quest to find the oldest building in Jamaica, Vermont.
I asked around and did a little reading,
Then headed to where the earliest settlers built their cabins and a log schoolhouse.
What I didn't know was that these buildings are no longer standing.
Apparently, Jamaica has had a bit of trouble with flooding over the years.
Back to the village.
This was the oldest building I could find.
This church was built in 1808 as a Congregational Church
Now called the Jamaica Community Church, I am not certain what denomination it is.
While doing a little research for this challenge, I discovered that this little Vermont town has an interesting past that I plan to explore a little deeper.
I think I am going to need some help from the historical society, though
and they are only open in the summer.
I am joining My Town Shoot Out, and Weekly Top Shot
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