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MENNONITES IN CANADA 1786-1920: The history of a separate people. Illustrations by Douglas Ratchford by  Frank H EPP - Hardcover - 1975 - from Steven Temple Books  and Biblio.co.uk

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MENNONITES IN CANADA 1786-1920: The history of a separate people. Illustrations by Douglas Ratchford

by EPP, Frank H

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Toronto: Macmillan, 1975. Second printing (first was in 1974). Octavo, dark blue cloth. pp xii, 13-480. Illustrations and maps in text. Small previous owner name on front pastedown covered with white-out, else fine in VG+ jacket. "This book traces the long and arduous search for a Mennonte identity. From their Anabaptist origins and the persecutions of 16th century Europe, to the pioneering days in British North American and the crucial point in 1920 when they were legally barred from entry into Canada, the experience of Canadian Mennonites has been rife with external domination and internal fragmentation. This is a story of struggle." Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required,. Hardcover..


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