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by Anna Catherina Antes Ernest,Adelaide L. Fries


Road to Salem - Dec 1944 by Anna Catherina Antes Ernest and Adelaide L. Fries. Catherine Schell is a Hungarian-born actress best known for her work in British television, in particular her portrayal of Maya in the science-fiction series Space: 1999.

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Anna Catharina Antes Ernst (1726-1816).

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The road to Salem from your list? The road to Salem. by Adelaide L. Published 1993 by John F. Blair in Winston-Salem, . Anna Catharina Antes Ernst (1726-1816). Based on Dr. Fries' translation of Anna Catherina Ernst's autobiography written in 1803, supplemented by information from diaries and records kept by the Moravian Church.

Sillitoe effectively criticises the legal system in "Uncle Ernest. Uncle Ernest is a working-class lonely man who lives an isolated, despondent existence. Joan and Alma, whom he befriends, are very poor and in need of a father figure. Ernest has lost all of his old friends. His family has left him. He is need of company. He can no longer cover up his loneliness like he covers up the sofas he re-upholsters for a living. All three are happy in the relationship they have with one-another.

Adelaide Lisetta Fries. The University of North Carolina press, 1944.

This volume was gleaned from the memoirs of Anna Catharina Antes (1726-1816), a deaconness in the Morovian Church who left her native Pennsylvania for the wilds of North Carolina. Adelaide Lisetta Fries.

Excerpt from The Road to SalemFrom that center the Unity Spread into many parts of. .Find more at ww. orgottenbooks. comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

Excerpt from The Road to SalemFrom that center the Unity Spread into many parts of Europe, to England, and to America. In 1732 Moravian missionaries went to the West Indies; in 1735 Moravian colonists came to Georgia; in 1740, to Pennsylvania; in 1753, to North Carolina. About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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Catherine and her new husband had a rocky marriage from the start . Desperately unhappy in their married lives, Peter and Catherine both began extramarital affairs, she with Sergei Saltykov, a Russian military officer. When Catherine gave birth to a son, Paul, in 1754, gossips murmured that Saltykov-not Peter-had fathered him. Catherine herself gave credence to this rumor in her memoirs, going so far as to say that Empress Elizabeth had been complicit in permitting Catherine and Saltykov’s relationship. She wrote numerous books, pamphlets and educational materials aimed at improving Russia’s education system.

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Road To Salem, The by Fries, Adelaide L.
Lavivan
This story is based on the diary of a real Moravian woman. It reads very well. It is not only an engaging narrative, but is tremendously helpful to the genealogist/historian in understanding the condition and experiences of women in the time period and in this setting.
Unsoo
;Having received my early spiritual education in the Moravian Church, and being interested in the amazing early history of it's development in 'the new world', I find the journey of Anna Catherina's life deeply rewarding. No one today can fully comprehend the bravery of those early pioneers and, particularly, the great devotion of women in the early development of our faith and our 'new' nation.
TheFresh
I love this book!
Brakora
This is a rare contemporaneous narrative by an 18th C. woman, taken from diaries (a Moravian tradition) and turned in to a smooth narrative. Great insight in to those life and times in Colonial and post-Revolutionary War America. Moravians were known for being progressive in gender (educating girls; Salem College is still a good school in NC!) and race (for the times); for celebrating Christmas with traditions such as the under-the-tree village and the many-pointed Moravian star; for their music and hymns; and....furniture! (Not as severe as Shaker - check out the Museum for Early Southern Decorative Arts).

My mother passed her 1946 edition down to me; and it helped me further honor my Moravian heritage. The Moravian faith branched off from Roman Catholicism 100 years before Martin Luther; John Hus was martyred. Like later Protestants, Moravians believed in literacy, and were active in reaching out to Native Americans. A diary of a great-great-great uncle of mine mourns the loss of a canoe full of books on a river going to visit a Creek tribe!

Much to learn and enjoy from this unusual book; highly recommended for women's studies programs.
Road to Salem ebook
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Anna Catherina Antes Ernest,Adelaide L. Fries
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