David Zeisberger: A Life among the Indians

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APPENDIX A
Moravian Missions in North America, 1740-1821
NumberName of MissionLocationFoundedAbandoned
1 Shekomeko Dutchess Co., NY Aug. 1740 Dec. 1744
2 Pachgatgoch Kent Co., CT Oct. 1742 Dec. 1762
3 Wechquadnach Dutchess Co., NY Oct. 1742 June 1753
4 Friedenshutten I Bethlehem, PA Sept. 1745 May 1747
5 Gnadenhutten I Leighton, PA June 1746 Nov. 1755
6 Shamokin Sunbury, PA June 1747 Dec. 1755
7 Meniologameka Monroe Co., PA June 1749 May 1754
8 Nain Lehigh Co., PA June 1758 Apr. 1765
9 Wechquetank Monroe Co., PA Apr. 1760 Oct. 1763
10 Tuscarawas Bolivar, OH Apr. 1762 Nov. 1762
(Post-Heckewelder)
11 The Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Oct. 1763 Mar. 1765
Incident
12 Friedenshutten II Bradford Co., PA May 1765 June 1772
13 Goschgoschunk Forest Co., PA June 1768 Apr. 1769
14 Lawunakhannek Forest Co., PA Apr. 1769 Apr. 1770
15 Schechschiquanunk Bradford Co., PA June 1769 June 1772
16 Friedensstadt Lawrence Co., PA Apr. 1770 Apr. 1773
(Lagundo Utenunk)

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