Mennonites in Ontario: An Introduction

Updated in 2012, Mennonites in Ontario remains the best introduction to the myriad Amish and Mennonite groups in Ontario. By M. Epp, Waterloo: Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario, 2012. May…

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Mennonites in Canada Series

Mennonites in Canada is the definitive history of the Mennonite experience in Canada, spanning a period of nearly two centuries. More information about these volumes can be found here. Mennonites…

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Literacy Resources

These storybooks are written at a very basic English level and reflect Low German Mennonite life and culture. They are available for purchase from: Haldimand-Norfolk Literacy Council. 519.428.0064.    …

One Quilt Many Pieces

A Guide to Mennonite Groups in Canada (Margaret Loewen Reimer).

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Global Mennonite History series

The Global Mennonite History Series consists of five volumes of history, one from each continental region. Writers from each region trace the origins, development and mission of the Anabaptist-related churches…

Mennonite Experience in America series

This four volume series can be purchased through Amazon and other online retailers. Volume 1: Land, Piety, Peoplehood: The Establishment of Mennonite Communities in America, 1683-1790. (R. K. MacMaster), 1985….

Diese Steine: Die Russlandmennoniten

The history of the Russian Mennonites: their origin, development, persecution, displacement, and dispersal. By Adina Reger and Delbert Plett.

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Through Fire and Water: An Overview of Mennonite History

Through Fire and Water presents the Mennonite faith story within the sweep of church history. This engaging text uses stories of men and women, peasants and pastors, heroes and rascals,…

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Mennonite History for Young People

This series has been developed to be an excellent addition to existing social studies curricula in Canada for both public and private schools with Low German Mennonite students. The books…

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