Linden Hall Seminary, 1877, Overview

THIS Institution for the education of young ladies was founded in the year 1794, and is the property of the Synod of the Northern Province of the Moravian Church in the United States.

The Seminary was not established, and is not now conducted, for purposes of gain, but as a means of Christian usefulness among the young. The Principal has no personal pecuniary interest in the school, being simply the agent for the Church, by the authorities of which he is called to this department of its activity for Christ.

The aim and motive of the school are to afford a safe and pleasant home to the pupils who may be entrusted to its care, to aid them in acquiring a thorough and accomplished education, and in laying a substantial foundation of moral discipline and spiritual knowledge and culture.

Lititz is a village of about eight hundred inhabitants, in Lancaster county, Pa. It is situated in the heart of this "Garden County" of the State, and possesses, besides, attractions of its own which never fail to impress the visitor.

References
1. "Linden Hall Seminary", Catalogue and Circular of Linden Hall Seminary, 1877, page 10.
See Also
Linden Hall Seminary 1876-77 Catalogue

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