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Trinity Parish Church

Located near the base of First Hill, at the corner of James Street and Eighth Avenue, Trinity Parish Church is one of Seattle& 39;s oldest continually meeting congregations and the & 34;Mother Church& 34; of Episcopal mission activities in the city. The first Episcopal service in Seattle was conducted at the Methodist Episcopal & 34;White Church& 34; in July 1855, but a parish was not established for another decade.
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Dunlap Class Destroyers

Dunlap Class DestroyersThe two Dunlap Class destroyers were similar to the earlier Mahan class destroyers, but with experimental enclosed mounts for two of their 5in guns.The main difference between the Mahan and Dunlap classes was the introduction of prototype 5in enclosed mounts for No.1 and No.2 positions on the Dunlap class ships.
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