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The Chapel at Ste. Marie Among the Iroquois by linmarie

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this is the chapel at the fort of Ste. Marie, Liverpool, NY circa (1656)
In the Chapel prayers were offered many times a day.
There were no seats in the chapel, everyone stood at prayer.
although there are pews in the chapel today.. this is for events held here such as weddings.
“The Chapel”


chapel, church, priests, jesuits, fort

I am a self taught artist and have drawn and painted since I could hold crayons or a pencil in my hands..
My brain is an attic filled with treasures yet to be explored or recreated.. I am a Veteran,a wife, a mom, a grandmother, a sister, a daughter and a teacher!!! My pallet is full of life, color and energy.. I hope you will see and feel that in all of my artwork.

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  • RickDavis
    RickDavisabout 3 years ago

    This scene takes us back to an old time,,and a great scene it is,,,,the old church and cooking pot,,,,great photo of it Linmarie,,,,, Rick

  • thanks Rick, it felt like I was back in time,, no one there but hubby and I , could only hear the occasional seagull…it was very surreal.. peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorabout 3 years ago


  • I agree LIZ,, I felt right at home here.. like I belonged, like I had never left.. teehee, I would have been the odd ball at this fort.. peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

  • maggie326
    maggie326about 3 years ago

    Ohhh my kind of picture love it Linmarie we still use this kind of cooking pot in Hungary for fun.. We make our famous Gulyas in this… Great capture

  • so happy you are enjoying these maggie, you are welcome again to use any of them for painting inspirations,, thanks for sharing your family history we me,, that is so awesome, peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

  • barnsis
    barnsisabout 3 years ago

    Looks like a vertical log building, how unusual, Excellent series and information

  • they are the logs go vertical like you say, just like the fortress fence that surrounds the fort, I found it very unusual also..especially since they pack, mud/clay between the logs,, you would think it would last longer if the logs were laid horizontal like our log homes here in the Adirondacks,, maybe this is why the forts did not last long..but they sure seemed sturdy inside ,, when you looked at the floors and rafters, more pics to come of those shots.. peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

  • catherine walker
    catherine walkerabout 3 years ago

    That looks great..good photo..!

  • thanks so much my dear friend, happy to hear from you, peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

  • Barbara Kite
    Barbara Kiteabout 3 years ago

    I like this capture, I think it is out standing, I though we was fixing to cook something, I like the high roof church, thank for shareing. hugs

  • it was so much fun to be there Barbara,, hubby and I had the fort all too ourselves.. I just played like I lived there,, went right back in time, thanks for your wonderful comments my dear friend, peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

  • amar singh
    amar singhabout 3 years ago


  • thank you amar.. you are so sweet, peace and love linmarie

    – linmarie

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