St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery

E. 10th Street and Second Avenue
New York City

St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery

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THEN:
Built in 1799; the original, Peter Stuyvesant's Dutch Reform chapel on "the Bouwerie," was sited on the same land. Although Peter Stuyvesant, the first governor of New Amsterdam only permitted religious observances of the Dutch Reform Church, records show that forty African slaves and freemen worshipped here during the years of Dutch rule.

Source: Six Heritage Tours by Ruth Limmer in collaboration with NYC’s Lower East Side Tenement Museum

http://www.stmarksbowery.org/

NOW:
Unfortunately, building and building grounds are in need of some tender care, the site does not do justice for the history it represents.

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