No iron was used, for as at Ephrata, when it came to be organized into a community, we ever regarded iron as an evil metal.
This I have ascertained by a careful examination of those at Ephrata and Ramah.
Such women are as remarkable as they are rare, and such there are in Ephrata.
Most b'ars is Ephraim, but he's Ephrata which means 'be open.'
One of the men who has written of Ephrata before me says: There is nothing peculiar about the village itself, or its people.
As in Ephrata, there was a twofold membership, the consecrated and the secular.
That which was most remarkable at Ephrata, and that out of which grows my story, was the music.
Behold we have heard of it in Ephrata: we have found it in the fields of the wood.
The borough of Ephrata was separated from the township in 1891.
Haberecht settled at Ephrata, and the two Tannebergers at Germantown.