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Can You Name This Only-Colonial Era Church in NYC?

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Today's trivia focuses on a national historic NYC Landmark that is the only colonial-era church still in Manhattan.

Here are a few hints...

  • President George Washington attended services here for two years
  • It was built in 1766 as an outreach chapel of Trinity Church
  • General Richard Montgomery, a Revolutionary War hero, is buried here

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