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North Sangamon United Presbyterian Church

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North Sangamon United Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church building in Athens, Illinois. The building was constructed between 1860 and 1862 in a Georgian style. While the Georgian style had largely fallen out of favor by 1860, the church is nonetheless considered a good example of the style and features elements such as a steeply pitched pediment with a half-circle vent and fan-shaped decorations. The church housed a Presbyterian congregation which formed in 1832 and ultimately spawned three other congregations in Menard County. In addition, the church also sponsored a local school.
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