2 edition of History of Wachovia in North Carolina found in the catalog.
History of Wachovia in North Carolina
John H. Clewell
by Heritage Books Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||365|
About North Carolina Miscellany; New in the North Carolina Collection; Our Headers; North Carolina Miscellany Exploring the History, Literature, and Culture of the Tar Heel State Posted in History, tagged nc banks, wachovia, Winston-Salem on Octo | Leave a Comment» Ah, Wachovia. From your modest beginnings, you became rich and. Sitting on my desk in front of me, as I type this article, is an analyst report by Morningstar for Wachovia dated December 31st, This is the bank that was built almost entirely on the foundation of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco in Winston-Salem. At the time, Wachovia common stock had closed at $ and was paying a very rich % dividend yield.
Wachovia (Die Wachau) is the tract of , acres of land in the British colony of North Carolina, purchased by the Moravians from Lord John Carteret, the 2nd Earl of Granville, in Bishop Spangenberg travelled from Germany in to tend to administration of Bethlehem, PA and to select and obtain land for a settlement in North Carolina. The authors said Wells Fargo’s October purchase of a collapsing Wachovia Corp. was the most pivotal of the more t transactions in its history because it gave Wells Fargo a.
Charlotte (/ ˈ ʃ ɑːr l ə t /) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of North d in the Piedmont, it is the county seat of Mecklenburg , the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the population was ,, making it the 16th-most populous city in the United States. The city is the cultural, economic, and transportation center of the Charlotte metropolitan area County: Mecklenburg. The Moravian community of Salem, North Carolina, was founded in , and the town--the hub of nearly , piedmont acres purchased thirteen years before and named "Wachovia"--quickly became the focal point for the church's colonial presence in the South.
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Excerpt from History of Wachovia in North Carolina: The Unitas Fratrum or Moravian Church in North Carolina During a Century and a Half, This history is based chieﬂy on the original manuscripts and records of the Wachovia Archives, deposited in the building of the Historical Society, Salem, North Carolina.3/5(1).
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The site of the first Moravian settlement in North Carolina, Wachovia, or Wachau, was theacre tract in present-day Forsyth County. The name Wachovia was derived from Der Wachau, the name of Count Zinzendorf’s estate where the early Moravians lived in Eastern Europe.
Today, most may associate the land name with the former Wachovia Corporation. Notes by former Archivist Starbuck: This “edition” of The Wachovia Moravian is taken from microfilms. The issues from March through December were provided courtesy of the North Carolina Newspaper Project of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History.
Get this from a library. History of Wachovia in North Carolina; the Unitas fratrum or Moravian church in North Carolina during a century and a half,from the original German and English manuscripts and records in the Wachovia archives, Salem, North Carolina.
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History of Wachovia in North Carolina; the Unitas fratrum or Moravian church in North Carolina during a century and a half, by Clewell, John Henry, Pages: Wachovia Historical Society, Winston Salem, NC.
52 likes 2 were here. The Wachovia Historical Society, established inis one of the oldest historical societies in the United States, and it is 5/5(1). The Wachovia Corporation developed from a small bank in Salem, North Carolina to become the fourth-largest bank holding company in the United States.
Before Wells Fargo acquired Wachovia init was the largest bank in the South, and it had the most extensive trust corporation, or financial service that assists with corporate wealth management, between Baltimore and New Orleans.
CD: History of Wachovia in North Carolina: The Unitas Fratrum or Moravian Church in North Carolina During A Century and a Half - John Henry Clewell, Ph.D. Wachovia was a large tract encompassing the modern Winston-Salem area in North Carolina which was purchased by the Moravian Church from Lord Granville for the purpose of establishing a religious community.
In August he was called to Hope, North Carolina to serve as the preacher. He is noted serving from time to time in the outlying towns around the Wachovia tract whenever needed.
By the early s Wohlfarth set up shop in Friedland, North Carolina and transitioned to making wagon bodies, grave stones, and coffins.
Internet Archive BookReader History of Wachovia in North Carolina; the Unitas fratrum or Moravian church in North Carolina during a century and a half, Wachovia Historical Society, Winston Salem, NC. 50 likes 1 talking about this 2 were here. The Wachovia Historical Society, established inis one of the oldest historical societies in the 5/5(1).
The God's Acre is the oldest Moravian graveyard in North Carolina and the site of the first sunrise service, in The mass of written records, journals, inventories and maps, generated by the early Moravian settlers at Bethabara forms one of the most important bodies of research materials for the study of United States colonial history.
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Boyd, Ph.D, J.G. de Roulhac Hamilton, Ph.D, Staff of Writers, Staff of Writers. Wachovia was the name used to designate a large tract of land in the northern Piedmont of North Carolina purchased by the Moravians, or the Unity of Brethren, from John Lord Carteret, Earl Granville, in Moravians from Pennsylvania and from Europe settled the tract in the decades following, building the villages of Bethabara and Bethania, the town of Salem, and the rural congregations of.
Frontispiece and Title Page of Volume 1, Records of the Moravians in North Carolina From a series description by the State of North Carolina’s Office of Archives and History, publishers of this series. “Owing to their world-wide connections in the Unitas Fratrum, and the scholarly methods of their leaders, the Moravians brought with them the habit of keeping precise records of all current.
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