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    Gallery: Abyssinian restoration group raised $375,000 after Black Lives Matter marches - Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    The Abyssinian Meeting House on Feb. 16. New windows were recently installed.

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    Workers fit a portion of a window into place at the Abyssinian Meeting House. Built in 1828, the Abyssinian is the nation’s third-oldest meetinghouse constructed by a Black congregation, after churches in Boston and Nantucket. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and recognized as a northern hub of the Underground Railroad and the anti-slavery movement.

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    Steve Murphy, with Wright-Ryan Homes, points out the sash weights that will be used in all of the historically accurate replacement windows at the Abyssinian Meeting House.

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    Steve Murphy, right, and Jim McDonald, with Wright-Ryan Homes, install new windows at the Abyssinian Meeting House.

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    Steve Murphy, with Wright-Ryan Homes, puts in weatherstripping before installing one of the new side windows at the Abyssinian Meeting House.

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    From left, Adam Moulton, Steve Murphy and Jim McDonald, with Wright-Ryan Homes, work to install the new windows at the Abyssinian Meeting House.

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    Steve Murphy, right, and Jim McDonald, with Wright-Ryan Homes, install the new windows at the Abyssinian Meeting House.

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    Gallery: Abyssinian restoration group raised $375,000 after Black Lives Matter marches - Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographe | of | Share this photo

    New side windows at the Abyssinian Meeting House.

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