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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: 18th Century Garden (Photos Only)
    Period Clothing Antes Plantation House Restoration Revolutionary Encampment Antes House Video A Myth Dispelled FAQs Antes House Tour Museums Red Men s Hall Christmas Market Photos Library Country Store Museum Folklife Museum Blacksmith s Shop Carpenter s Shop Manuscript Collection Contact Us Directions Red Men s Hall Antes Plantation Folk Festival Collections Catalog Related Links Bookstore Books for Sale Ways to Give Financial Donations Material Donations Bequests 18th Century Garden Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm in Red Men s Hall SPRING FROLIC Pie Baking Contest June 5 at Antes Plantation Folk Festival August 12 13 at Antes Plantation and our Welcome Museums The Folklife Museum and Library and the Country Store at Red Men s Hall Routes 29 and 63 in Green Lane PA are now CLOSED for the Winter season They will re open on April 10 2016 and will be open on the 2nd 3rd Sundays of the month until they close again in October Special arrangements for a tour may be made by calling Red Men s Hall Textile Catalog The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center the Mennonite Heritage Center and the Goschenhoppen Historians have organized categorized and displayed their textile collections online Click on the Collections Catalog tab to go to the online catalog Goschenhoppen on Facebook Click on our Facebook name below to go into Facebook Goschenhoppen Historians Facebook Museum Video The Goschenhoppen Historians museums are open to the public but are currently closed for the winter However if you aren t able to visit in person a new video was made and is now available on YouTube

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: Research Articles
    Hall Christmas Market Photos Library Country Store Museum Folklife Museum Blacksmith s Shop Carpenter s Shop Manuscript Collection Contact Us Directions Red Men s Hall Antes Plantation Folk Festival Collections Catalog Related Links Bookstore Books for Sale Ways to Give Financial Donations Material Donations Bequests Research Articles Welcome to the Research Articles tab At the Research Article tab hover your mouse over the Research Articles At this point you will see the various tabs for Articles by Authors Click on a tab at this point to go to that author s article Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm in Red Men s Hall SPRING FROLIC Pie Baking Contest June 5 at Antes Plantation Folk Festival August 12 13 at Antes Plantation and our Welcome Museums The Folklife Museum and Library and the Country Store at Red Men s Hall Routes 29 and 63 in Green Lane PA are now CLOSED for the Winter season They will re open on April 10 2016 and will be open on the 2nd 3rd Sundays of the month until they close again in October Special arrangements for a tour may be made by calling Red Men s Hall Textile Catalog The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center the Mennonite Heritage Center and the Goschenhoppen Historians have organized categorized and displayed their textile collections online Click on the Collections Catalog tab to go to the online catalog Goschenhoppen on Facebook Click on our Facebook name below to go into Facebook Goschenhoppen Historians Facebook Museum Video The Goschenhoppen Historians museums are open to the public but are currently closed for the

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: Bob Woods Articles
    Restoration Revolutionary Encampment Antes House Video A Myth Dispelled FAQs Antes House Tour Museums Red Men s Hall Christmas Market Photos Library Country Store Museum Folklife Museum Blacksmith s Shop Carpenter s Shop Manuscript Collection Contact Us Directions Red Men s Hall Antes Plantation Folk Festival Collections Catalog Related Links Bookstore Books for Sale Ways to Give Financial Donations Material Donations Bequests Bob Woods Articles Below is an index of Bob s articles Early Church Schools Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm in Red Men s Hall SPRING FROLIC Pie Baking Contest June 5 at Antes Plantation Folk Festival August 12 13 at Antes Plantation and our Welcome Museums The Folklife Museum and Library and the Country Store at Red Men s Hall Routes 29 and 63 in Green Lane PA are now CLOSED for the Winter season They will re open on April 10 2016 and will be open on the 2nd 3rd Sundays of the month until they close again in October Special arrangements for a tour may be made by calling Red Men s Hall Textile Catalog The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center the Mennonite Heritage Center and the Goschenhoppen Historians have organized categorized and displayed their textile collections online Click on the Collections Catalog tab to go to the online catalog Goschenhoppen on Facebook Click on our Facebook name below to go into Facebook Goschenhoppen Historians Facebook Museum Video The Goschenhoppen Historians museums are open to the public but are currently closed for the winter However if you aren t able to visit in person a new video was made

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: Early Church Schools
    inconvenient for both They wanted to build a schoolhouse of moderate size so that the cost would not run too high In time they wanted to build a parsonage also What we can take from this report was that both school master and minister living in the school house was an accepted practice Built of stone the present New Hanover Lutheran Church was dedicated 25 years later on November 6 1768 School and schoolhouses are prominently mentioned in most early records Usually when land was donated to a congregation or purchased the deed specified it was for a church burying ground and schoolhouse Along with a church a log schoolhouse was usually erected in its shadow Surprisingly one of these early log buildings still exists Behind the Old Goschenhoppen Church in Woxall stands a log school house erected it is claimed about 1732 The first recorded schoolmaster at Old Goschenhoppen is John Conrad Wirts in 1748 He would have no doubt lived in that schoolhouse Writing of Old Goschenhoppen Church history in 1971 Rev Amos Seldomridge noted Who was the schoolmaster from 1732 until Wirtz came We can never know from the records The majority of the early ministers were highly educated men and some Early Church Schools of them doubled as school teachers Such a one was our famous preacher the Rev John Peter Miller It is recorded that he could speak Latin better than others could speak English General George Washington had Dr Miller translate the Declaration of Independence into seven European languages so these nations could know what we were about as a nation in rebellion Yes the best scholars of the day served the church Seldomridge The Goschenhoppen Region 1971 Back in New Hanover across the Minister Creek from the stone Lutheran church is the brick Falkner Swamp Reformed Church That structure was finished in 1790 and it s recorded that there was a church building on that site fifty years before that Oral tradition places it even earlier In 1739 John Philip Boehm the first Reformed minister at Swamp reported there was not as yet a church building but that John Reifschneider was the schoolmaster A Reformed Church history notes that later In the spring of 1744 Rev Boehm wrote in his report The congregation at Falckner Schwamm has erected a well built church which may last a long time but they still owe nearly sixty pounds on it They had as yet no dwelling house for either pastor or reader school master There was and still is an idea prevalent that the congregation had a log church at an earlier date If a log building were used as a church it would have been outgrown soon It is very possible that the log building preserved in oral tradition was used as a schoolhouse At Old Goschenhoppen Church pastor Seldomridge wrote in 1971 In this wilderness out schoolhouse was the only building that could be thought of as a center of community life You see

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: Joshua Fink Articles
    Restoration Revolutionary Encampment Antes House Video A Myth Dispelled FAQs Antes House Tour Museums Red Men s Hall Christmas Market Photos Library Country Store Museum Folklife Museum Blacksmith s Shop Carpenter s Shop Manuscript Collection Contact Us Directions Red Men s Hall Antes Plantation Folk Festival Collections Catalog Related Links Bookstore Books for Sale Ways to Give Financial Donations Material Donations Bequests Joshua Fink s Articles An index of Joshua s articles will be available shortly Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm in Red Men s Hall SPRING FROLIC Pie Baking Contest June 5 at Antes Plantation Folk Festival August 12 13 at Antes Plantation and our Welcome Museums The Folklife Museum and Library and the Country Store at Red Men s Hall Routes 29 and 63 in Green Lane PA are now CLOSED for the Winter season They will re open on April 10 2016 and will be open on the 2nd 3rd Sundays of the month until they close again in October Special arrangements for a tour may be made by calling Red Men s Hall Textile Catalog The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center the Mennonite Heritage Center and the Goschenhoppen Historians have organized categorized and displayed their textile collections online Click on the Collections Catalog tab to go to the online catalog Goschenhoppen on Facebook Click on our Facebook name below to go into Facebook Goschenhoppen Historians Facebook Museum Video The Goschenhoppen Historians museums are open to the public but are currently closed for the winter However if you aren t able to visit in person a new video was made

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: Aaron Heckler Articles
    Restoration Revolutionary Encampment Antes House Video A Myth Dispelled FAQs Antes House Tour Museums Red Men s Hall Christmas Market Photos Library Country Store Museum Folklife Museum Blacksmith s Shop Carpenter s Shop Manuscript Collection Contact Us Directions Red Men s Hall Antes Plantation Folk Festival Collections Catalog Related Links Bookstore Books for Sale Ways to Give Financial Donations Material Donations Bequests Aaron Heckler Articles Below is an index of Aaron s articles 1930 Public Sale Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm in Red Men s Hall SPRING FROLIC Pie Baking Contest June 5 at Antes Plantation Folk Festival August 12 13 at Antes Plantation and our Welcome Museums The Folklife Museum and Library and the Country Store at Red Men s Hall Routes 29 and 63 in Green Lane PA are now CLOSED for the Winter season They will re open on April 10 2016 and will be open on the 2nd 3rd Sundays of the month until they close again in October Special arrangements for a tour may be made by calling Red Men s Hall Textile Catalog The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center the Mennonite Heritage Center and the Goschenhoppen Historians have organized categorized and displayed their textile collections online Click on the Collections Catalog tab to go to the online catalog Goschenhoppen on Facebook Click on our Facebook name below to go into Facebook Goschenhoppen Historians Facebook Museum Video The Goschenhoppen Historians museums are open to the public but are currently closed for the winter However if you aren t able to visit in person a new video was made

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: 1930 Public Sale
    though with the inclusion of an actual year date Such promotional broadsides could frequently be found decorating the walls of hotel barrooms toll houses general stores and other similar places prone to having a captive and receptive audience Once their initial functionality had passed most were discarded a frugal proprietor may have occasionally saved a few for use of the blank reverse as scratch paper Frequently printed by the local newspaper office or job printing shop this piece was done by Moyer Printer Harleysville Pa Then as today nearly any tangible piece of property could be and often was sold at auction This particular event featured a variety of live stock cows hogs a couple horses and heifers Also of note were various types of farm machinery and implements including a Heebner fodder cutter made in nearby Lansdale Plus a sundry assortment of household goods to perhaps entice the housewife to come along and of course the standard finishing note which worked to draw the curious many other articles Another sale bill in the collection dating from 1924 features items perhaps desirable almost a century ago but no longer holding that distinction set asbestos sad irons geese feathers vinegar barrel and so forth Intriguing is the inked hand notation at the bottom of this broadside The whole week very mild Extra warm till Friday eve Turning cold cloudy and cold some snow flurries ground frozen hard The sort of notation to be made only by someone with a financial interest in the outcome of the sale Aaron Heckler Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm

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  • Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc. :: Del-Louise Moyer Articles
    House Video A Myth Dispelled FAQs Antes House Tour Museums Red Men s Hall Christmas Market Photos Library Country Store Museum Folklife Museum Blacksmith s Shop Carpenter s Shop Manuscript Collection Contact Us Directions Red Men s Hall Antes Plantation Folk Festival Collections Catalog Related Links Bookstore Books for Sale Ways to Give Financial Donations Material Donations Bequests Del Louise Moyer s Articles Below is an index of Del Louise s articles Uncommon Fraktur Treasures in the Goschenhoppen Historians Collection Did you see the new LIBRARY tab On the Home Page Preparations for the 50th Folk Festival 2016 Casting Cannons in the Revolutionary War Period Cannon casting techniques and production in S E Pennsylvania May Monthly Program May 19 7 30 pm in Red Men s Hall SPRING FROLIC Pie Baking Contest June 5 at Antes Plantation Folk Festival August 12 13 at Antes Plantation and our Welcome Museums The Folklife Museum and Library and the Country Store at Red Men s Hall Routes 29 and 63 in Green Lane PA are now CLOSED for the Winter season They will re open on April 10 2016 and will be open on the 2nd 3rd Sundays of the month until they close again in October Special arrangements for a tour may be made by calling Red Men s Hall Textile Catalog The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center the Mennonite Heritage Center and the Goschenhoppen Historians have organized categorized and displayed their textile collections online Click on the Collections Catalog tab to go to the online catalog Goschenhoppen on Facebook Click on our Facebook name below to go into Facebook Goschenhoppen Historians Facebook Museum Video The Goschenhoppen Historians museums are open to the public but are currently closed for the winter However if you aren t able to visit in person a

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