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Macedonia A.M.E. Church
37-22 Union Street, Flushing, Queens
Founded in 1811, this church was once used to house fugitive slaves in a basement area underneath the chapel.

Administrator: Rev. Nicholas Tweed
Access: "Visitors welcome" -- Call ahead to be sure of times . . .
Fees: NONE
Phone: 718-353-5870
Category: Historic Houses/Sites
Subject: African-Americans , Radicalism & Reform , Ideas & Ideologies
Time Period: 19th Century to Civil War , 19th Century to Civil War , 19th Century to Civil War


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