Mennonite Historical Atlas
" ... The maps of the new Mennonite Historical Atlas follow the road of development and expansion of the Mennonite faith community from Switzerland, Holland and Germany to Russia, the United States, Canada, and to Latin America. Some maps of the first atlas have been revised and errors eliminated where reliable data became available."--Page v.
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From the Inside Out: The Rural Worlds of Mennonite Diarists, 1863 to 1929
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Yearbook of German-American Studies, Volumes 28-29
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