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West Fulton church’s past may get noted on national list

Pastors made circuit on horseback

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A century-old church building that houses a congregation once served by pastors on horseback is among two Schoharie County properties being recommended for historic recognition. The state Historic Preservation Board last week announced the 106-year-old West Fulton Methodist Church is among 25 historic treasures worthy of listing on the state and national registers of historic places. It is one of two buildings in Schoharie County being recommended for listing. The other is a private home ...


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