Old South Meeting House: "The Old South is the most famous meeting house in Boston, by reasons of its historical associations. The Old South Society was organized in 1669, and the original meeting house was built soon after. In 1729 the first meeting house was taken down, and the present brick structure was built on the same spot."
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Old South Meeting House, Washington and Milk Streets
In the 18th century, the Old South Meeting House was central to the American Revolution but also a place of worship for Phillis Wheatley, the slave who became the first black poet published in this country. Abolitionists held up Wheatley as an example of what black people were capable of when given an education. During the Civil War, the meeting house became a recruiting station for Union soldiers.