What Happened in Philadelphia History 1769

Philadelphia History 1769 (Photo: Visit Philly)

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Philadelphia Historic Timeline - 1769: St. George’s Methodist Church is built and remains oldest Methodist church building in the United States. It’s located at 235 N. 4th Street 1769: St. George’s Methodist Church is built and remains oldest Methodist church building in the United States. It’s located at 235 N. 4th Street.


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Samuel Powel, a Quaker turned Anglican, buys an elegant town house on 3rd Street, where he and his wife Elizabeth establish a center for dining, politics, musical entertainment and lively conversation. Now known as the Powel House, it’s located at 244 S. 3rd Street.

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Liberty Bell 2Total population of Philadelphia is approximately 23,400.

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