Michigan Street Baptist Church

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The church was a station on the Underground Railroad and a meeting place for the 19th century abolitionists. Built in 1845, it is the oldest structure in western New York built for and continuously occupied by African-Americans. Path Through History attraction.

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  • 511 Michigan Ave
    Buffalo, NY 14203
  • 716 854 7976
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