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History of Wachovia in North Carolina; the Unitas fratrum or Moravian church in North Carolina during a century and a half, 1752-1902, from the original German and English manuscripts and records in the Wachovia archives, Salem, North Carolina,

Author: John Henry Clewell
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page & company, 1902.
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Clewell, John Henry, 1855-1922.
History of Wachovia in North Carolina.
New York, Doubleday, Page & Co., 1902
(OCoLC)579147117
Online version:
Clewell, John Henry, 1855-1922.
History of Wachovia in North Carolina.
New York, Doubleday, Page & Co., 1902
(OCoLC)609205354
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Henry Clewell
OCLC Number: 1742664
Description: xiv, 365 p. front., illus. [incl. maps, plans] plates, ports. 23 cm.
Contents: Causes which led to the founding of the Moravian Church in North Carolina --
Spangenberg's exploration and surveying tour --
Journey of the first inhabitants of Wachovia from Pennsylvania to North Carolina --
The first year in Wachovia --
Indian troubles threaten Wachovia, and the Bethabara fort erected --
Wachovia during the French and Indian War --
The founding of Bethania and a time of sorrow --
Between the Indian war and the Americn Revolution --
Salem founded --
Tryon, the royal governor, makes two memorable visits to Wachovia --
Wachovia during the revolution --
Friend and foe --
With the legislature --
"In the very theatre of the war" --
Provincial affairs --
The close of the century. Salem Church built --
Salem Female Academy --
Half a century --
Mission work among the Cherokee Indians --
Home mission work --
Winston founded --
Transition period --
Salem Female Academy after fifty years --
The time of the Civil War --
The decade following the Civil War --
A new era --
History of the water supply and fire protection --
Growth of the twin city --
Sunday-school activity --
Enlarged church work --
Two centennials --
The Moravian Church is Wachovia as it is to-day. The doctrinal position of the Moravian Church --
Historical sketch of the Moravian Church --
Biographical sketch of the principals of the Salem Female Academy --
Lists and statistics.
Responsibility: by John Henry Clewell, PH, D.

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