Research Studies Sampler

Larry E. Tise, The Yadkin Melting Pot: Methodism and the Moravians in the Yadkin Valley, 1750-1850, and Mt. Tabor Church, 1845-1966 (1967)
John Bivins, Jr., The Moravian Potters in North Carolina (1972)
Frances Griffin, Less Time for Meddling: A History of Salem Academy and College, 1772-1866 (1979)
Daniel B. Thorp, The Moravian Community in Colonial North Carolina: Pluralism on the Southern Frontier (1989)
Michael Shirley, From Congregational Town to Industrial City: Culture and Social Change in a Southern Community (1994)
Jon J. Sensbach, A Separate Canaan: The Making of An Afro-American World in North Carolina, 1763-1840 (1998)
Elisabeth W. Sommer, Serving Two Masters : Moravian Brethren in Germany and North Carolina, 1727-1801 (2000)
Emily-Sarah Lineback, Preserving the Past: Salem Moravians’ Receipts & Rituals (2003)
J. Eric Elliott, Images of America: Winston-Salem’s Historic West End (2004)
Tiya Miles, Ties That Bind: The Story of an Afro-Cherokee Family in Slavery and Freedom (2005)
S. Scott Rohrer, Hope’s Promise: Religion and Acculturation in the Southern Backcountry (2005)
Rowena McClinton, editor, The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, 2 vols. (2007)
Tiya Miles, The House on Diamond Hill: A Cherokee Plantation Story (2010)
Leland Ferguson, God’s Fields: Landscape, Religion, and Race in Moravian Wachovia (2011)

Heather Fearnbach, Winston-Salem’s Architectural Heritage (2015)

Shown above are a sampling of academic and community studies based on research from our facility. Please let us know at our email of a work not listed here – and if has been especially compelling to you, share why so. We are trying to compile a list of works which used research from our holdings as a way to show the diverse impact our records have had in educating both an academic audience and the general public.

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