St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Chambly, Quebec: R61-2/10-1-1987E-PDF
"Erected in 1820, St. Stephen's Anglican Church served the garrison of Fort Chambly as well as the civilian population of the village of Chambly. In continuous use since then, and despite minor modifications, this church remains an outstanding example of early 19th-century Canadian ecclesiastical architecture"--Introduction, p. .
|Title||St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Chambly, Quebec|
|Series Title||Heritage commemoration series|
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|Note||"Editor: Sheila Ascroft"--p. . Digitized edition from print.|
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|Subject Terms||Heritage buildings, Religious architechture|
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