History of the Zoar Society from its commencement to its conclusion

a sociological study in communism.
  • 105 Pages
  • 0.21 MB
  • English
AMS Press , [New York
Society of Separatists of
LC ClassificationsHX656.Z8 R2 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination105 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5220219M
ISBN 100404084672
LC Control Number75134427

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12 German-American Journal A Trip to Historic Zoar, OH. The Greek Revival-German Baroque Zoar Hotel. The group, who called themselves the Society of Separatists because they separated from the Lutheran church, founded the village of Zoar, named for the place where Lot had found sanctuary.

Shortly after arriving in the then-wilderness, they realized that many of the women and older people couldn’t survive on their own so they decided to. A juvenile novel about Zoar and the Civil -researched with believable characters.

** Morhart, Hilda D. The Zoar Story. Dover, Ohio: Seibert Printing Co., (last reprint, ). An anecdotal history of Zoar seen through the eyes of a descendant.

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Columbus: Ohio Historical Society. Emilius Randall was a professor of Law and the Secretary of the Ohio Historical Society. The system of philosophical & theological inquiry first developed in the Medieval schools of Christian Europe, creating its own technical language and methodology.

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