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- Specifications for a Protestant Episcopal Church at Louisa Court House. Items covered in detail in the plans include the excavation, mortar, ventilation, carpentry, roof, belfry, windows, glass, doors, floors, pews, chancel, painting, and plastering
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- Construction of St. James Episcopal Church was begun in 1880. On 24 July 1881 the first services were held in the new church. The building was consecrated on 9 September 1881. For more information see, ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH, LOUISA, VIRGINIA, 1881-1981: "THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS."
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