Sacred to the memory of the patriotic soldiers of the American Revolution who fought in the battle of the Brandywine Sept. 11, A.D. 1777.
About 500 of the sick and wounded were brought to Ephrata for treatment.
Several hundred . . . — — Map (db m164809) HM WM
The Brothers' House (Bethania) was built on this site in the spring of 1746. Although it is difficult to determine the actual height of the building, the Brothers' House was probably a four-and-one-half story half-timber structure that measured . . . — — Map (db m175230) HM
Surviving restored buildings of the Seventh Day Baptist community founded by Conrad Beissel. Original buildings erected between 1735 and 1749.
Administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. — — Map (db m156654) HM
Fundraising efforts began in December to construct a "living memorial to those who served so gallantly to make the world a safer place." $50,000 was needed for the construction, which originally included a football field, tennis . . . — — Map (db m164807) HM
"They are not dead who live in the hearts they leave behind."
Tuscarora Indian Proverb
Ephrata's Veterans' Plaza is dedicated to all American servicement and women, from all wars. We hope that generations to come will honor the . . . — — Map (db m136639) WM
Founder and superintendent of the Ephrata Cloister. Conrad Beissel was one of America's earliest composers of hymns and anthems, organizer and teacher of the cloister singing school and publisher of America's first book of original compositions, . . . — — Map (db m22442) HM
Constructed by the Brotherhood between 1738 and 1745. Included both a dormitory and Saal. During the Revolutionary War some of the Mount Zion buildings served as a hospital for American soldiers. — — Map (db m136646) HM
Archaeologists working at this site between 1994 and 1998 located evidence of a large 18th century structure built of posts placed in the ground, as defined by the stone outline.
There are several possible interpretations for this previously . . . — — Map (db m136643) HM
This site honors the
Sister City Relationship
This relationship was established in 1976 as part of the Ephrata Bicentennial Celebration. Eberbach is the birthplace of . . . — — Map (db m136625) HM