Ohio Memory has published a new post, ““The Poor Defenseless Ones Together Bowed in Prayer”: The Gnadenhutten Massacre”
Gnadenhutten, Ohio’s oldest existing settlement, was founded in October 1772 by the Moravian church. The village’s name is derived from the German “gnadenhütten” and means “huts of grace” or “tents of grace.” Its earliest residents were Christian missionaries, most notably David Zeisberger, and members of the Lenni Lenape tribe […]
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