Old Brick Church on the James

April 2, 2007 at 10:27 am (architecture, Christianity, landscape, Virginia)

A Photo from Neddy

Jamestown Island Brick Church on the James River, from “My Picasa Album” – Jamestown Island.

The present church was built in 1907, by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. The Church stands behind a brick tower which was erected circa 1690, and is the only surviving seventeenth-century structure at Jamestown. It is also one of the oldest English buildings in the United States. The interior of the Church contains the brick and cobblestone foundations of the original 1639 Jamestown settlement church. The James River flows beside the site. It is at this sacred place that America’s most cherished traditions of freedom were first planted. They took root well.

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The image, Old Brick Church on the James, was originally uploaded by barneykin. It is posted here from Neddy’s flickr.

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