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The Museum in Salem

The Wachovia Museum in Salem houses many interesting relics from the bygone days of the Moravians. Many of them are historically significant, including a spinet played by a little girl for George Washington's 1791 Salem visit, a shaving set used by the first Moravian missionary to Greenland, a printing press used by Cornwallis and later by John Christian Blum, a handsome sign that potter Gottfried Aust hung over his 1772 shop in 1772, and many other interesting items.
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