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Mennonite Central Committee in CanadaBUY NOW

Mennonite Central Committee in Canada: A History
Esther Epp-Tiessen
2013; 328 pages; paperback, $29.50 ISBN 978-0-920718-95-7

A splendid and eloquent story of the work of MCC in Canada from its beginnings in the 1920s to the present.

 
Building Communities BUY NOW

Building Communities: The Changing Face of Manitoba Mennonites
John J. Friesen
2007; 240 pages; paperback, $32.50 ISBN 978-0-920718-78-0

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A comprehensive and accessible history of Manitoba Mennonites from the 19th century to the present day, witnessing to their persity, faithfulness, and resilience. Generously illustrated with photographs and maps. An important contribution to the history of Manitoba.

2007 winner of the Manitoba Day Award of the Association for Manitoba Archives

Finalist for the Alexander Kennedy Isbister Award for Non-Fiction, Manitoba Book Awards, 2008

 
Becoming a National Church BUY NOW

Adolf Ens. Becoming a National Church: A History of the Conference of Mennonite in Canada

This book presents an overview of the formation and development of a church family with two German-speaking founding partners in 1902 to 238 congregations that together became a full-fledged Canadian church.

2004; 258 pp.; maps, photos, index; pb. $25.00. Sale price $10.00 ISBN 978-0-920718-73-5

 
For Everything a Season BUY NOW

T.D. Regehr, J.I. Regehr. For Everything a Season: A History of the Alexanderkrone Zentralschule

A unique collaboration of a professional historian with an eyewitness participant who brought along an unusual set of documents from the Soviet Union in the 1920s.

1988; 162 pp.; maps & photos; hc. $24.00. Sale price $8.00 ISBN 978-0-920718-25-4

 
The Bergthaler Mennonites BUY NOW

Klaas Peters. The Bergthaler Mennonites. Volume 3 of the Bergthaler Historical Series.

Peters' fascinating story of one group's experiences on the long journey from southern Russia to Manitoba in 1874 includes his account of the ship getting stuck in the ice on Lake Superior. A biography of the author by Leonard Doell shows the extensive influence of Peters as a land agent.

1988; 92 pp.; photos; pb. Sale price $4.00 ISBN 978-0-920718-23-0

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