The American Bethlehem’s Moravian legacy

Before the United States became an independent nature, this British colony was seen as a promising place for people of numerous religious faiths to start their own religiously-based settlements. In the mid-1700s, Moravians settled in what is now Bethlehem, Pennsylvania as a communal settlement. This year, the Gemeinhaus (or community house) turns 275 years old.


History's Headlines: Bethlehem’s Moravian Gemeinhaus Celebrating its 275th Anniversary By Frank Whelan


August 11, 2016, updated August 15, 2016

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