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DB New South Meeting House

Another wooden church, this time with a bell in the steeple. Samuel Adams' father (Also named Samuel Adams) was one of the founding members. I'm surprised it wasn't torn down for firewood during the siege, but I guess its members just hadn't angered the British enough for that.

It's conveniently named so you won't mistake it for the Old South Meeting house, where all the important events happened. Simple is best.

(I'm describing the naming system - I'm not describing you.)

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