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Donne Travels Archive: September 2009

  • 9-11 - a Survivor's Story

    New York City ... The opening chapters to New York’s greatest modern story were watched, in horror, by millions.  But there are survivors, both the buildings that left standing and those able to walk away from our nation’s deadliest chapter. Just across Church Street stands St. Paul’s Chapel. Completed in 1766 it remains as the oldest public building in “continuous use” and the cities remaining colonial church.  A historical list of who’s who has attended services at St. Paul’s. It is where George Washington worshiped, including on the day of his Inauguration on April 30, 1789.  His pew remains Published September 11 2009