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Little Exuma Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This is the island's smallest church, built in 1939 when the parish priest, Father Marshall, heard that a schooner loaded with timber from the Abacos had wrecked off Long Island. He visited the local Fitz-Gerald family and suggested they use the timber to build a church, which they did. Visitors can see the church and pews, all built of salvaged wood.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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Queen's Hwy.
Ferry, Little Exuma  Bahamas

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