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Salem Chapel British Methodist Episcopal Church

92 Geneva Street, St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 4N2 [map]
Telephone: 905-984-6769
Email: htccs@netcom.ca

Description

The present British Methodist Episcopal Church, Salem Chapel was built in 1855 by freedom seekers. With its association to the famed conductor Harriet Tubman, this church had a membership exceeding 200 for service in that era. Today, this designated National Historic Site remains a testament to the courageous settlers who made St. Catharines their home. This well-preserved three-level chapel displays original documents, artifacts, a rare book collection and more.

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