Marry a Mennonite Boy and Make Pie

Author: Diana R. Zimmerman

Publisher: Workplay Publishing

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 250

View: 156

Diana R. Zimmerman blends memory, imagination, and biting wit in her newest fictional memoir about four women sharing an apartment during the most formative summer of their lives.

Miriam's Heart and Stranded

Author: Emma Miller

Publisher: Harlequin

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Category: Fiction

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Two Amish stories of faith and perseverance Miriam’s Heart by Emma Miller Miriam Yoder always thought she’d marry her next door neighbor—then veterinarian John Hartman catches her eye. He’s handsome and charming—but is not Plain. While Miriam is known as the “wild” Yoder sister, she’s still expected to marry a good Amish man. Miriam must decide who will claim her love and her future. Stranded by Debby Giusti Colleen Brennan is determined take down her sister’s killer. Stranded in an Amish community, with the killer nearby, Colleen must depend on Special Agent Frank Gallagher. The Army officer wants to help the beautiful woman, but he can tell she’s hiding something. But getting her to reveal her secrets may be his most dangerous mission of all.

Our immigrants, Christian and Elizabeth Christner's family

with a complete genealogy of-- the Samuel and Elizabeth (Mast) Christner family,-- the Jacob J., Jr., and Fanny (Yoder) Christner family,-- the David J. and Lovina (Raber) Christner family

Author: Homer Walter Christner

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Page: 254

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Voices of the Great Depression--The 1930's

Author: Cinda Anderson

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Education

Page: 132

View: 104

This is a non-fiction book regarding people’s experiences during the 1930s. The stories are taken from across the nation compiled from interviews and people’s letters about their daily lives regarding a period of great uncertainty. These are factual accounts of this period to be used as reference about individual’s triumphs and tragedies during an unstable economic period and how they coped, giving future generations a guidebook about spirit, ingenuity, and strength should such a similar event occur again.

Leah's Choice & Hide in Plain Sight

Author: Emma Miller

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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View: 172

Two stories about finding happily-ever-after in Amish country Leah's Choice by Emma Miller Leah Yoder plans on marrying an Old Order Amish man and raising children in the peaceful Delaware community. But when Mennonite missionary Daniel Brown arrives, Leah is fascinated by him. Before long, Leah will have to choose between her community and leaving with the man she believes God has placed in her life's path. Hide in Plain Sight by Marta Perry To help turn her grandmother's house into an inn, Andrea Hampton trades the big city for Amish country. But life with the Plain People takes a treacherous turn when a string of accidents threatens her family. Accepting Cal Burke's offer of help isn't easy for Andrea…but her life may just depend on her ability to trust the handsome carpenter.

The Pennsylvania German dialect

Pennsylvania German-English dictionary, and Pennsylvania German proverbs and sayings, and short conversations, with English translations : also the life story of a Pennsylvania German boy growing up, and what life is like as an Old Order Mennonite

Author: Allan M. Buehler

Publisher: s.n.]

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 227

View: 134

"I Do!"

Courtship, Love, and Marriage on the American Frontier : a Glimpse at America's Romantic Past Through Photographs, Diaries, and Journals, 1715-1915

Author: Cathy Luchetti

Publisher: Three Rivers Press (CA)

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 308

View: 368

Describes the hardships faced by courting frontier couples

A Sauder family history

with ancestors and descendants of Samuel G. Sauder and Elizabeth Eaby

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Category: Reference

Page: 298

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