2 edition of Ephrata community 120 years ago ... found in the catalog.
Ephrata community 120 years ago ...
Diffenderffer, Frank Ried
|Series||Papers read before the Lancaster County historical society. January 6, 1905 ..., vol. IX, no. 5|
|LC Classifications||F157.L2 L5 vol. 9, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., -146.|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||26020225|
The Ephrata community years ago (PDF 3mb) The Ephrata 'vegan' community was founded by German settlers in Pennsylvania in , this account pub Souvenir book of the Ephrata cloister (PDF 6mb) complete history, pub; Emanuel Swedenborg: a biography (PDF 14mb) by James Wilkinson, Boston, The history of Ephrata has been one of slow and steady growth, punctuated by periods of intense government activity. Enjoyed by Native Americans digging camas root, the Ephrata area did not see settlers until the early s when the territorial legislature redistricted the region. The first residents of the area were stockmen and generally lived near today's high school.
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The Ephrata Cloister or Ephrata Community was a religious community, established in by Johann Conrad Beissel at Ephrata, in what is now Lancaster County, grounds of the community are now owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and are administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
Marie Kachel Bucher, the last surviving resident Location: Jct. of US and. The book, which costs $32, will be limited to copies and will be available in early September from the Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley’s library, W.
Main St., Ephrata. - Ephrata Lawn Care Svc, Forry Dr (1 day ago) - Landis Computer, Division Hwy (1 day ago) - Sam S Smucker & Sons Inc, E Main St (1 day ago). Visitors to Ephrata in the s found a unique monastic settlement they labeled a Cloister.
Conrad Beissel, Ephrata’s founder, came to the site in seeking to live as a hermit following his own religious Ephrata community 120 years ago. book. He believed earthly life should be spent preparing to achieve a spiritual union with God at the Second Coming [ ].
Author of Early German printers of Lancaster and the issues of their press., The Ephrata community years ago., The German immigration into Pennsylvania through the port of Philadelphia from to and The redemptioners, An early newspaper., The German immigration into Pennsylvania through the port of Philadelphia, toSome of the descendants of John Michael Dübendorf.
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Hundreds of children have signed the book over the past 40 years. Ephrata Community, U.S. Protestant monastic settlement, an offshoot of the Germantown Dunkers, founded in by Johann Conrad Beissel on Cocalico Creek in Lancaster County, Pa.; the present town of Ephrata grew up around it.
Beissel and his followers observed the sabbath on the seventh day and espoused ascetic ideals. In the Ephrata cloisters the members, both men and women, were celibate. It’s a cause for celebration on Oct. 25 in Denver.
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My first encounter with this figure was about 2 years ago when I was researching possible connections between Ephrata and the early Mormon Church. I was reading a book, Early Mormonism and the Magical World View, an important book in Mormon scholarship, by Michael D.
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We are located at South State Street, Ephrata, Pennsylvania We can be reached by email at [email protected] or by phone at International orders are welcome. The largest book ever printed in colonial America, the page The Bloody Theater, Or Martyrs Mirror of the Defenseless Christians, describing the persecution of Anabaptists in Holland, was Peter Miller's translation of a seventeenth-century Dutch text into German, was published in Ephrata in Fifteen years later, the press published.
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11, likes 1, talking about this. Your #1 source for news in the Ephrata/Cocalico area/5(28).The Ephrata Community, founded by Conrad Beissel, was a monastic community of Seventh-Day Baptist extraction (and historical ties to the Schwarzenau Brethren) with heavy theosophical influences. I admit that I had some trouble following the logic of their theology, particularly with the feminine and masculine tinctures; Erb's introduction was 4/5(1).Nonfiction is a genre which is entirely based on real facts.
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