In order not to litter the website with references, only the sources used for "Who are the Mennonites" are listed.
The Mennonite Encyclopedia
(Scottdale, Pa. : Mennonite Publishing House), v. I-IV, 1953-1959; v. V, 1990.
Augsburger, Myron S., "Evangelism," V, 283-284.
Bender, Harold S., "Mennonite World Conference," III, 640-642.
Bender, Harold S., "World Mennonite Membership Distribution," IV, 980-981.
Friedmann, Robert, "Ausbund," I, 191-192.
Harshbarger, Eva, "Cookery, Mennonite," I, 705-706.
Krahn, Cornelius, "Menno Simons," III, 577-584.
Kraybill, Paul N., "Mennonite World Conference," V, 574-575.
Sawatsky, Rodney J., "Mennonite," V, 555-557.
Schmidt, Orlando, "Music, North America," V, 610-612.
Shenk, Wilbert R., "Mission," V, 590-592.
Shenk, Wilbert R, "Mission Boards," V, 592-594.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation
Editor in Chief: Hans J. Hillerbrand; (New York: Oxford University Press), v. I - IV, 1996.
Blickle, Peter, "Twelve Articles," IV, 183-184.
Brecht, Martin, "Luther, Martin," II, 461-467.
Friesen, Abraham, "Mennonites," III, 50-55.
Hillerbrand, Hans J., "Matthijs, Jan," III, 33-34.
Houston, R.A., "Literacy," II, 429-434.
Scribner, Robert W., "Peasant's War," III,234-237.
Spitz, Lewis W. and Robert Kolb, "Lutheranism," II, 467-473.
Stayer, James M., "Community of Goods," I, 389-392.
Stayer, James M., "John of Leiden," II, 350-351.
Tracy, James D., "Netherlands," I, 136-142.
Dyck, Cornelius J., An Introduction to Mennonite History (Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press), 1993.
Epp, Frank H., Mennonites in Canada, 1786-1920: The History of a Separate People (Toronto, ON: MacMillan of Canada), 1974.
Epp, Frank H., Mennonites in Canada, 1920-1940: A People's Struggle for Survival (Toronto, ON: MacMillan of Canada), 1982.
Gingerich, Orland, The Amish of Canada (Kitchener, ON: Herald Press), 1972.
Good, Phyllis Pellman and Louise Stoltzfus, The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals (Intercourse, Pa.: Good Books), 1991.
Haas, J. Craig, Readings from Mennonite Writings: New & Old (Intercourse, Pa.: Good Books), 1992.
Klaassen, Walter, Anabaptism in Outline (Kitchener, ON: Herald Press), 1981.
Kropf, Marlene and Eddy Hall, Praying with the Anabaptists (Winnipeg, MB: Faith & Life Press), 1994.
International Songbook (Carol Stream, Ill: Mennonite World Conference), 1990.
Martyr's Mirror (Scottdale, Pa. : Mennonite Publishing House), 1938. (Originally published 1660)
Mennonite and Brethren in Christ World Directory: 1998 (Kitchener, ON: Mennonite World Conference), 1998.
The Mennonite Treasury of Recipes (Steinbach, MB: Derksen Printers), 1962.
Regehr, T.D., Mennonites in Canada, 1939-1970: A People Transformed (Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press), 1996.
Schlabach, Joetta Handrich, Extending the Table (Waterloo, ON: Herald Press), 1991.
Simons, Menno, The Complete Writings of Menno Simons, J.C.Wenger, ed. (Kitchener, ON: Herald Press), 1956.
Snyder, C. Arnold, Anabaptist History and Theology: Revised Student Edition (Kitchener, ON: Pandora Press), 1997.
Stoltzfus, Louise, Favorite Recipes from Quilters (Intercourse, Penn.: Good Books), 1992.
Zehr, Howard, Changing Lenses (Herald Press)
Courier: A Quarterly Publication of Mennonite World Conference
Vol.8, #4, 1993
Vol.12, #1-4, 1997
Vol.13, #2, 1998
Professors Arnold Snyder and Werner Packull as well as Archivist Sam Steiner were extremely helpful in providing relevant information and insight, as well as simply pointing towards other possible directions for research.
Images appear courtesy of:
The Canadian Mennonite
Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies
Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT)
Herald Press (Mennonite Encyclopedia (ME) illustrations)
Mennonite Archives of Ontario
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Mennonite World Conference (MWC)
Youth Evangelism Service, BC (YES BC)
Produced for the Commission on Education of the
General Conference Mennonite Church in about 1981-82.
Gleysteen, Jan, compiler and photographer, Faith of our Fathers
Stoesz, Dennis, compiler, The Faith and Transformation of the Mennonites in Russia: The Chortitza Colony (1789-1943)
Thiesen, John D., compiler, Sixteenth Century Anabaptism
Thiesen, John D., compiler, The Bloody Theatre or Martyrs' Mirror
Many of the black and white drawings depicting martyr and persecution scenes come from the 1685 edition of the Martyrs' Mirror. They were originally done as woodcuts by Jan Luyken, a Dutch Mennonite artist.
Created 1998 by Derek Suderman