People

Zinzendorf and Shikellamy Count Nicholas von Zinzendorf meeting the Five Chiefs of the Iroquois at Conrad Weiser’s homestead in Tulpehocken, 1741.  Valentin Haidt, Unity Archives, Herrnhut, Germany.

Shikellamy detail copy

 

 

Chief Shikellamy holding the scroll that contained the agreement between the Iroquois and the Moravians to allow them to proselytize in Iroquoia.

 

Missionaries at Shamokin

  • Sept-Nov. 1745, Martin and Anna Mack
Martin Mack

Martin Mack

Anna Mack

Anna Mack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • May 26-Aug, 2, 1747, Johannes Hagen and wife
Friedrich Cammerhof

Friedrich Cammerhof

  •  Sept, 29-Dec. 31 1747, Friedrich C. Cammerhof
  • Jan 4.-April 18 1748, Joseph and Martha Powell
  • April 18-Jun 9 1748, Martin and Anna Mack
David Zeisberger

David Zeisberger

  • Nov. 30 1748-Jan. 31 1749, David Zeisberger and Christian Rauch
  • Feb 1-April 1, 1749, Christian Rauch
  • April 3 1749-March 5 1750, David Zeisberger
  • April 14-Jul. 31 1753, Bernhard Grube
  • December 19-25 1754, Heinrich Frey and Gottfried Rösler
  • April 1-October 30 1755, Gottfried Rösler

Blacksmiths at Shamokin

Moravian Blacksmith's tools from the excavation at Hunter House, Sunbury

Moravian Blacksmith’s tools from the excavation at Hunter House, Sunbury

  • 1747  Anton Schmidt.  Named Rachwistonis by Shikellamy when appointed blacksmith for the Shamokin mission
  • 1753-4 Daniel Kliest
  • 1755 Marcus Kieffer
  • 1755 Peter Wesa