Jackson Chapel C.M.E. Church, Dublin

Though I can find no indication that this church is still in use, it is a wonderfully preserved example of a town church in the two-steeple style that has come to be associated with African-American congregations.

African-American brick masons were often highly skilled and sought after in their communities and the CME relief in the eave of this church is a good example of the craft.

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