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Created by the Bethlehem Area Public Libary and the Reeves Library, Moravian College and Theological Seminary, this site offers a number of different primary source materials that illuminate key elements of the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania community from its founding in 1741 through 1844. These materials are organized thematically, under topics such as art, community records, education, land, music, and personal papers, among others. The site is still very much under construction, and none of the sections have been completed. However, there is just enough content available to make a visit worthwhile for anyone interested in the city or Moravian culture. This includes numerous brief memoirs (digitized original and transcription), several maps, a Bethlehem diary and ledgers, and the complete text of a 1799 travel account of the region. More content is promised for December.
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