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History of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA

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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA

Emmaus, PA

Emmaus was settled in the 1740s and dates its founding to 1759. For approximately 100 years, until the mid-19th century, it was a closed community of the Moravian Church.

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  • 1759 - Emmaus founded

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  • 1854 - Emmaus
    Emmaus, a post-village of Lehigh county, Pennsylvania, at the foot of the South mountain, 5 miles S. W. from Allentown. The inhabitants are mostly...Read MORE...


  • In 1859, the East Pennsylvania Railroad (later part of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad) brought trains to Emmaus.

    www.wikipedia.org

  • 1869 - Emmaus - the town's first blast furnace opened.

    www.wikipedia.org

  • 1895 - Emaus / Emmaus
    Em'aus, or Em’maus, a post-borough of Lehigh co., Pa., on the East Pennsylvania and Perkiomen Railroads, 6 miles S.S.W. of Amentown. It has 4...Read MORE...


  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Emaus Pipe Mill
  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Public School
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    St. John's Lutheran Church
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Main Street looking E., Emaus, Pa.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Emaus National Bank Building
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Donaldson Iron Works, Emaus, Pa.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    High School Building, Emaus, Pa.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    P. and R. R.R. Station, Emaus, Pa.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Fourth Street, Looking North, Emaus, PA.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Washington School Building, Emaus, Pa.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Bethel Mennonite Brethren Church, Emmaus, PA.
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  • 1943 - Emmaus - Donaldson Iron Company closes
    The largest iron company was Donaldson Iron Company, which made cast iron pipes and other products until the company closed in 1943.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Lincoln School Building, Emmaus, PA.
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Moravian Church
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  • Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
    Emmaus Pennsylvania
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Public School
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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St. John's Lutheran Church
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Emaus Pipe Mill

Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Main Street looking E., Emaus, Pa.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Emaus National Bank Building
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Donaldson Iron Works, Emaus, Pa.
Postcard

Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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High School Building, Emaus, Pa.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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P. and R. R.R. Station, Emaus, Pa.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Fourth Street, Looking North, Emaus, PA.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Washington School Building, Emaus, Pa.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Bethel Mennonite Brethren Church, Emmaus, PA.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Lincoln School Building, Emmaus, PA.
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Moravian Church
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Emmaus, Pennsylvania, USA
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Emmaus Pennsylvania
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  • 1759 - Emmaus founded

    www.wikipedia.org
  • 1854 - Emmaus
    Emmaus, a post-village of Lehigh county, Pennsylvania, at the foot of the South mountain, 5 miles S. W. from Allentown. The inhabitants are mostly... Read MORE...

  • In 1859, the East Pennsylvania Railroad (later part of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad) brought trains to Emmaus.

    www.wikipedia.org
  • 1869 - Emmaus - the town's first blast furnace opened.

    www.wikipedia.org
  • 1895 - Emaus / Emmaus
    Em'aus, or Em’maus, a post-borough of Lehigh co., Pa., on the East Pennsylvania and Perkiomen Railroads, 6 miles S.S.W. of Amentown. It has 4... Read MORE...

  • 1943 - Emmaus - Donaldson Iron Company closes
    The largest iron company was Donaldson Iron Company, which made cast iron pipes and other products until the company closed in 1943.
    www.wikipedia.org

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