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Moravians Go To War

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The Moravians carried their distinctive traditions into the 19th century, founding a mission for the Cherokee Indians, as well as a Female Mission Society to work closely among slaves. Although their traditions continued, changes occurred including the possession of slaves, and the annex of Wachovia lands into the county seat of Forsyth. This last change touched off an uproar in Salem, bringing the brethren into close contact with progressive influences.
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 29 Issue 9, Sept 1961, p31-32, por