"Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain who build it."     Psalm 127:1


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This church was built in 1887 in French Lick, Indiana.  It is a single story wood framed building with a mezzanine founded on a limestone foundation.  Our evaluation focused on the mezzanine level framing adequacy for the addition of a pipe organ, foundation support for additional loads at the mezzanine level, structural defects of members at the foundation level, and exterior observations on the perimeter drain and elevated soil line.

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One of the most commonly accepted theories for the name of this Southern Indiana community is that "French" comes from the French traders who discovered the bubbling mineral springs in the area and "Lick" comes from the fact that animals visited the springs to lick the mineral deposits from the surrounding ground and rocks. Eventually humans discovered that the mineral water had restorative powers for both the body and the wallet, and the area became known for its luxurious hotels that featured spas and mineral baths.





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