National Geographic : 1921 Feb
130 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE - -'- - ^'^?w ^ Photograph from Maynard Owen Williams MORAVIA SLOVAKS From Moravia to America, and from the Hussites to the Methodists, may seem two long jumps; but the contact was made in both cases in Georgia, U. S . A .; for the followers of Huss founded the Moravian Brethren, whose survivors fled to Saxony after the Thirty Years' War, and thence emigrated to Georgia. There John and Charles Wesley, then engaged with their mission, were deeply influenced by the kindly, persuasive ways of the Moravians.