2 edition of George Rapp and his associates (the Harmony Society) found in the catalog.
|Statement||delivered by J.S. Duss of New Smyrna, Florida|
|LC Classifications||HX656.H2 D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
George Jacob Rapp was born on month day , at birth place, Indiana, to John George Rapp and Henrietta Rapp (born Zeisz). John was born on May 9 , in Baiern, Germany. Henrietta was born on May 17 , in Ray's Crossing, Union Twp., Shelby County, in. 2. Rapp and his associates had no risk as the insurer. They not only had nothing to lose in the event of death of a contributor and member -- but gained all property donated with no possible claim from heirs of the decedent. 3. It was a controlled economy -- under the exclusive control of George Rapp and his associates. 4.
Genealogy profile for John George Rapp John George Rapp ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for John George Rapp ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. In the s, George Rapp began preaching and soon started to gather a group of his own followers. His group officially split with the Lutheran Church in and was promptly banned from meeting. The persecution that Rapp and his followers experienced caused them to leave Germany and come to the United States in Born: November 1, , Iptingen, Germany.
Dr. George Rapp is a radiologist in Brawley, California and is affiliated with one hospital. He has been in practice between years. Main Article George Rapp. Johann Georg Rapp (November 1, – August 7, ) was the founder of the religious sect called Harmonists, Harmonites, Rappites, or the Harmony Society.. Born in Iptingen, Duchy of Württemberg, Germany, Rapp became inspired by the philosophies of Jakob Böhme, Philipp Jakob Spener, and Emanuel Swedenborg, among the s, .
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duss, John S. George Rapp and his associates. Indianapolis: Hollenbeck Press, © InGeorge Rapp left his native Württemberg for the United States of America in search of the Promised Land.
Between andRapp and his sectarians established three utopian communities in the United States, each housing as many as eight hundred people. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for George Rapp And His Associates () at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5.
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Appleton,c), by George C. Mason (page images at HathiTrust) The George Reeves site (S) / (Urbana:. George Rapp and his associates: (the Harmony Society) by Duss, John Samuel, Publication date Topics Rapp, John George, genealogy Publisher Indianapolis: Hollenbeck Press Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy CenterPages: George Rapp, original name Johann Georg Rapp, (born Nov.
1,Iptingen, Württemberg [Germany]—died Aug. 7,Economy, Pa., U.S.), German-born American ascetic who founded the Rappites (Harmonists), a Pietist sect that formed communes in the United States.
A linen weaver and a lay preacher, “Father” Rapp emigrated to the United States in to. community, was established in by George Rapp, a self-proclaimed prophet who was convinced that the Second Coming of Christ, as predicted in the Book of Revelation, would occur in the fledgling United States.
George Rapp () arranged for his supporters to. Johann Georg Rapp (–), also known as George Rapp, was the founder of the religious sect called Harmonists, Harmonites, Rappites, or the Harmony Society. Born in Iptingen, Duchy of Württemberg, Germany, Rapp was a "bright but stubborn boy" who was also deeply "strong personality" and religious convictions began to concern local church authorities when.
George Rapp () was a German Evangelical Lutheran who came to America to escape persecution for his unique brand of Pietism, a strain of Christianity that called for heartfelt conversion from sin, personal communication with God, and the pursuit of perfection. In consideration of the premises, the said George Rapp and his associates do, by these presents, adopt the undersigned jointly and severally as members of the said community, whereby each of them obtains the privilege of being present at every religious meeting, and of receiving not only for themselves, but also for their children and families.
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The Zundels were a large and influential family in the Harmony Society. John Eberhard Zundel had already been associated with George Rapp in Wurttemberg and had brought his entire family into the Society. For the purpose of this discussion we are interested primarily in (Johann) Jacob Zundel (o), the second son of John Eberhard Zundel.
no compensation for his service, because his services would have been in the common interest to support children and the aged remaining in the Society. On the part ofthe Society, George Rapp and his associates 1. adopted the members and allowed them the privilege of at-tending religious meetings and school.
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Born Johann Georg Rapp in Iptingen, Württemberg, Germany, on Nov. 1,Rapp followed his well-to-do father into. Rapp’s adopted son, Frederick, managed the Society’s business and commercial affairs.
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