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Glimpses of Mennonite History

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  • English
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As announced, one feature of this blog will be the republishing of articles from past issues of the MHEP Newsletter and Quarterly. By Cindy Wallace I was not raised by a Mennonite mother: mine was a conservative Baptist upbringing in suburban Detroit. My cultural heritage is Polish, German, Southern, question mark: the melting-pot American history that offers round steak and rice one night, spaghetti the next, brownies and apple pie for dessert.

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A Wilderness Journey: Glimpses of the Mennonite Brethren Church in Russia, by Heinrich Woelk and Gerhard Woelk; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Mennonite Brethren, Mennonite, Russia; Places: Russia.Books/Videos for Sale This book looks at the history of the Mennonites near Roseville, Ontario and the restoration of the meetinghouse and cemetery.

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