Moravian Lands In North Carolina

1755 map of North Carolina by Thomas Bowen (courtesy of Library of Congress)
  1. Churton, William, Surveys of North Carolina, 1752-consisting of seven surveys by Churton during 1752.
  2. Fries, Adelaide, “Records of The Moravians Volume I-Edwards & Broughton Printing Company, Raleigh, North Carolina-1922 pp. 23–28, 30–65, 68, 70 and 73.
  3. Reichel, Theodore Leon, “The Moravians In North Carolina: An Authentic History”-J.P, Lippincott & Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1857 pp. 11, 14, 24 and 33.

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