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St. James Anglican Church
Battle Harbour
Labrador District

St. James Anglican Battle Harbour Church

St. James Anglican Church
Battle Harbour, Labrador

St. James the Apostle Anglican Church, built in 1857, was designed by William Grey. It is a
typical example of 19th century Gothic Anglican Mission churches in Newfoundland.
It is the oldest non-Moravian church in Labrador and the only
remaining example of Grey's work in the province.

Photographed and Copyrighted by Gina Pye (August 2006)


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