The Center Square Meetinghouse and the Other Meetinghouses of Early Philadelphia

The Center Square Meetinghouse and the Other Meetinghouses of Early Philadelphia Second Bank Meetinghouse. Front Street, west side, north of Arch. Built in 1702, with materials from the old Center Meetinghouse. stalls in the rear, extending up the middle of Market Street. EARLY PHILADELPHIA MEETINGHOUSES Greater Meetinghouse. Southwest corner of Market and Second Streets. The Court House is at the right, with the market Fourth and Chestnut Streets. Meetinghouse and Friends School. Southeast corner of between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Cherry Street Meetinghouse. On the north side of Cherry, EARLY PHILADELPHIA MEETINGHOUSES The BULLETIN of Friends Historical Association Vol. 44Autumn Number, 1955No. 2 By Edwin B. Bronner* Vine, and as far west as Seventh Street.1 The earliest structure, the so-called Boarded Meetinghouse, located on the west side of Front Street, near Sansom [1], was Early Quakers in Philadelphia built twelve meetinghouses in the old part of the city, that is, the area along the river from Pine to built in 1683, during William Penn's first visit to the colony.2 The last building erected in the old area was built by the Friends *Edwin B. Bronner is a member of the Department of History, Temple University. This paper is a part of his address given at the Annual Meeting of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association Friends Historical Association

The Center Square Meetinghouse and the Other Meetinghouses of Early Philadelphia

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Second Bank Meetinghouse. Front Street, west side, north of Arch. Built in 1702, with materials from the old Center Meetinghouse. stalls in the rear, extending up the middle of Market Street. EARLY PHILADELPHIA MEETINGHOUSES Greater Meetinghouse. Southwest corner of Market and Second Streets. The Court House is at the right, with the market Fourth and Chestnut Streets. Meetinghouse and Friends School. Southeast corner of between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Cherry Street Meetinghouse. On the north side of Cherry, EARLY PHILADELPHIA MEETINGHOUSES The BULLETIN of Friends Historical Association Vol. 44Autumn Number, 1955No. 2 By Edwin B. Bronner* Vine, and as far west as Seventh Street.1 The earliest structure, the so-called Boarded Meetinghouse, located on the west side of Front Street, near Sansom [1], was Early Quakers in Philadelphia built twelve meetinghouses in the old part of the city, that is, the area along the river from Pine to built in 1683, during William Penn's first visit to the colony.2 The last building erected in the old area was built by the Friends *Edwin B. Bronner is a member of the Department of History, Temple University. This paper is a part of his address given at the Annual Meeting of

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Published: Apr 4, 1955

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