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The birthplace of Winston-Salem, Bethabara is the site of the first European settlement in the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina. In 1753, fifteen Moravians set out on a long journey down the Great Wagon Road from Pennsylvania to North Carolina and settled a small...
1754 Reconstructed Village

1754 Reconstructed Village

1754 Reconstructed Village 1754 Reconstructed Village | The Palisade | The Log House | The Brewer’s House | The Potter’s House | The Gemeinhaus The village is a reconstruction of buildings erected in 1754 and 1755 by the first eleven Moravians who arrived on the...
The Palisade

The Palisade

The Palisade 1754 Reconstructed Village | The Palisade | The Log House | The Brewer’s House | The Potter’s House | The Gemeinhaus As the English and French fought against one another for control of the North American continent, they enlisted Native American...
The Log House

The Log House

The Log House 1754 Reconstructed Village | The Palisade | The Log House | The Brewer’s House | The Potter’s House | The Gemeinhaus The Log House is significant because it represents the development of Bethabara during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.  During...
The Brewer’s House

The Brewer’s House

The Brewer’s House 1754 Reconstructed Village | The Palisade | The Log House | The Brewer’s House | The Potter’s House | The Gemeinhaus “Our meals shall now be as follows: in the morning porridge, according to the weather…[and] brandy; at...