More and more collections are being digitized and placed online. Access to digital content is available through our online finding aid.
Online access to collections related to the Moravian Church in the Caribbean and Suriname will soon also be available through dLOC, the Digital Library of the Caribbean.
Access to the Records of the Moravian Missions to the American Indians is provided by Gale Cengage Learning.
In 2018 the Moravian Archives began to systematically digitize its holdings. Thanks to a bequest of Nomi Budelier and a grant from the R.K. Laros Foundation a professional book and manuscript scanner was purchased. We are now able to produce professional scans of most material in our collections.
Digitization of the fragile records from the Eastern West Indies is now underway with the help of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Council on Library and Information Resources.
Translations of material not (yet) accessible through our online finding aid can be found here.