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Charles Street Meeting House, Boston

Charles Street Meeting House - Boston, Massachusetts
Charles Street Meeting House
70 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02108Map
+1 617 742 5415
Neighborhood: Beacon Hill
Overview

The Third Baptist Church built the Charles Street Meeting House in 1807 following the instructions and designs of Asher Benjamin. The meeting house or church is famous for being one of the pioneers to host various anti-slavery speeches. Some of the notable speakers who have presented their case here are Frederick Douglass, Wendell Phillips and Harriet Tubman to name a few. The meeting house is worth visiting for the memories and the treasures it holds.

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