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Christ Church was the first Episcopal congregation. Christ Church, 1845 Illustration of Christ Episcopal Church, corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, in Norman's New Orleans and Environs, 1845. The artist is unidentified. Benjamin Moore Norman describes the church thusly: A fine Ionic building, situated on Canal, at the corner of Bourbon street, was designed by Gallier and Dakin, architects, and its erection begun in the autumn of 1835, under the direction of Mr. D. H. Toogood. It was completed in the summer of 1837, and consecrated during the same year. The cost of the edifice was about $70,000. The form...
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