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Prattsville Reformed Dutch Church

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The Reformed Dutch Church of Prattsville was originally built in 1804, and was rebuilt in 1835. It is located on Main St. in Prattsville, New York, United States, and is an example of Greek Revival and Federal style Architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July, 1996. The church building was badly damaged in Hurricane Irene in 2011. The congregation is still active and worships in an alternate building until the building pictured here is repaired. A BRIEF HISTORY The present day Reformed Dutch Church in Prattsville, New York, was the Society of Schoharie Kill when it began in 1798. For a few years church-goers in the little wilderness settlement on the Schoharie Creek met in a convenient house or barn. By 1804 they were thankful to congregate in their new meeting house which they had built on the spot where we are now, the western curve of Main Street, Route 23. Birth and baptism records show us that six-year-old Catherine Bir
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