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Mennonites in Canada, 1920-1940

Frank H. Epp

Mennonites in Canada, 1920-1940

a people"s struggle for survival

by Frank H. Epp

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Published by Macmillan in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mennonites -- Canada -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Canada -- Religion.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMennonites in Canada, nineteen-twenty - nineteen-forty.
    StatementFrank H. Epp.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsFC"106"M45"E662
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 640 p. :
    Number of Pages640
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19637228M
    ISBN 100771597088

    Full text of "Mennonite Martyrs: People who Suffered for Their Faith, " See other formats. English, John, and Kenneth McLaughlin. Kitchener. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Epp, Frank H. Mennonites in Canada, The History of a Sepa-rate People. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, Mennonites in Canada, A People’s Struggle for Survival. General Conference Mennonite Church. Constitution and Charter.

    The Sommerfelders, also called Sommerfeld Mennonites or Sommerfeld Mennonite Church, are a subgroup of the so called Russian Mennonites that took this name in Canada in , coming originally from the Bergthal Colony in the Russian Empire. Many of them left Canada for Latin America starting in the early s. Winnipeg: Conference of Mennonites in Canada, 20 pp. M A.C Conference of Mennonites in Canada. Constitution of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada. Winnipeg, Man., Conference of Mennonites in Canada Offices, 8 pp. M C Conference of Mennonites in Canada. History Archives Committee.

    Mennonites in Canada (3 book series in case, 1 set available, $) Epp, Frank H. Mennonites in Canada: The History of a Separate People. Vol. 1, Macmillan of Canada., , pages, hardcover. For a comprehensive overview of the Mennonite story in Canada, see Frank H. Epp, Mennonites in Canada, – The History of a Separate People (Toronto: Macmillan, ); Frank H. Epp, Mennonites in Canada, – A People’s Struggle for Survival (Toronto: Macmillan, ); and T.D. Regehr, Mennonites in Canada, – A.


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Mennonites in Canada, A People’s Struggle for Survival, by Frank H. Epp. Toronto: Macmillan, Hardcover, pp. The years covered by Volume 2 were a critical period when Mennonite survival in Canada was under a variety of external threats, and divisions continued to fragment Mennonite communities.

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Results 1 - 50 of for Mennonite Books. Introduction to the Russian Mennonites by Kroeker, Wally ISBN: List Price: $ Mennonites in Canada, by Epp, Frank H. ISBN: List Price: Mennonites in Canada $ During this twenty-year time span the battle for separate schooling led to a significant emigration of Canadian Mennonites to Latin America, while another struggle was waged with our immigration authorities to allow the entry of Russian Mennonites into Canada.

The book also covers the impact of the Depression on the Mennonites and their efforts Author: Frank H. Epp. Because many of these Mennonites from Canada still hold Canadian passports-there was and still is a steady flow back to Canada fed by the high birth rates of conservative Mennonites.

These emigrants strengthen the Mennonites in Canada Mennonite element in the Canadian Mennonite churches. People Who Suffered for Their Faith –, Kindred Press, Mennonites in Canada: Frank H. Epp: Mennonites in Canada: by Frank H. Epp,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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Mennonites in Canada, A Peoples' Struggle for Survival. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, ★ ★ Conservative Mennonite Church of Ontario. RR 2 Kippen, ON, Canada N0M 2E0. Samuel J. Steiner, In Search of Promised Lands: A Religious History of Mennonites in Ontario, Herald, Harrisonburg, VA, pp.

$ISBN: In Search of Promised Lands is the forty-eighth volume in the Studies in Anabaptist Mennonite History series, sponsored by the Mennonite Historical Society and initiated by Harold S. : Maxwell Kennel. Mennonites in Canada A People's Struggle for Survival.

by Frank H. Epp. Covers theological difficulties within the Mennonite groups already settled in Canada, the emigration of some conservative groups to Latin America, the massive immigration of more Mennonites from Ukraine during the s, and the Mennonite experience during the.

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Epp: Author. Mennonite/s Writing in Canada Ervin Beck, Professor Emeritus of English, Goshen College, Goshen, IN The bibliography consists of two major sections: “Individual Writers” and “Discussions of Mennonite Literature.” The bibliography does not include self-published books, book reviews, or individual poems or stories published in periodicals or miscellaneous collections.

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Toronto, ON: Macmillan of Canada, (CGR, KPL) Eylands, Valdimar J. Lutherans in Canada. Winnipeg, MB: The Icelandic Evangelical. Epp, Frank H. Mennonites in Canada Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, pp. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, pp. Epp, Frank F. Revival Fires in Manitoba: A Report on the Work of Brunk Revivals.

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Epp, Frank H., A Book of Remembrance: Mennonites in Arkadak and. Samuel Frederick Coffman (11 June - 28 June ) was a Canadian minister, writer and pacifist.

In he helped organize the Non-Resistant Relief Organization (NRRO), involving all Amish, Mennonite, and Brethren-in-Christ groups then in Ontario. Coffman represented these peace groups in lobbying the Canadian government for exemption from military service during.

Mennonites in American Society, Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community.Little scholarly research has been done on the function of Germanism among Mennonites who immigrated to Canada from Russia in the 's, and what has been done often relies on an oversimplified "desire for separation" to explain the phenomenon.

At the same time, it has been argued that the enthusiasm for Nazi Germany among Mennonite immigrants in Canada is to Author: Benjamin Wall Redekop. Mennonites in Canada, The History of a Separate People by Frank H. Epp (; G#) Volume I of the trilogy published by Macmillan of Canada (Hardcover, pp) – $ Mennonites in Canada, A People’s Struggle for Survival by Frank H.

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