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Most churches in the United States are not only valued for being a worship place. Most sites are also popular for their history and architecture. One good example is the First Congregational Church in Lake Linden, Michigan. This structure is an eye-catching Victorian stick style church, built in 1886 by a group of Scottish residents.

The First Congregational Church was completed before the massive 1887 fire broke out. Luckily, the building was left unharmed, making it one of the few remaining structures from the era before the tragedy occurred.

Used by the congregation until the 1980s, the First Congregational Church is now under the care of the Houghton County Historical Society. The organization maintains and preserves the site and uses it as the Houghton County Heritage Center.
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