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Acton, B. K., “A Comparison of Frams in the Battle River District of Alberta, 1930 and 1942,” The Economic Annalist, Vo. 14 (May 1944), p. 39-41.

Aitken, Hugh G. J., “Government and Business in Canada: An Interpretation,” Business History Review (ca 1961).

Anderson, Alan B., “”Ethnic Identity in Saskatchewan Block Settlements: A Sociological Appraisal,” in H. Palmer, ed., The Settlement of the West (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1977).

Anderson, W. J., “The Basis of Economic Policy for Canadian Agriculture,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 11 (1963), p. 19-28.


Baehr, Karl, “The Secularization process among Mennonites,” Proceedings of the first conference on Mennonite Cultural Problems (North Newton, Kans.: Bethel College, 1942.

Baerg, William, “In Search of New Hymns,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College Vol XVI, No. 5 (Sept.-Oct. 1968), p. 14-15.

Barclay, H. B., “The Holdeman Mennonites of Alberta: The Protestant Ethic versus the Spirit of Capitalism,” in Richard Allen, ed., Religion and Society in the Priarie West (Regina: Canadian Plains Studies Centre, 1974), p. 89-98.

Bargen, Peter F., “Mennonite Settlements in Alberta,” Alberta Historical Review, Vol. 2 (1954), p. 13-22.

Barr, Ellen, “Patterns of Selective Accentuation Among Niagara Mennonites,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1983), p. 77-91.

Bassler, Gerhard F., “Canadian Postwar Immigration Policy and the Admission of German Enemy Aliens, 1945-50,” Yearbook of German-American Studies, Vol. 22 (1987), p. 183-197.

Bassler, Gerhard F., “German Immigration to Canada, 1945-50: Issues and Questions,” Interrelations and Interactions, Sixth Symposium German-Canadian Studies, (1987), p. 169-79.

Bearinger, Noah, “`No Spears of Iron.’ Memoirs of the Alternative Service Camp at Montreal River During the Second World War,” Family Life (June and July 1986).

Bender, David, “Aylmer Amish Acres,” Aylmer Amish Directory, 1990 (Aylmer, Ont.: n.p., 1990).

Bender, H. S. “Mennonite Inter-group Relations,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 32, No. 1 (Jan. 1958), p. 48-58.

Bender, Ross T., “Seminary and Congregation: Communities of Discernment,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 39, No. 3 (July 1965), p. 163-180.

Bender, Ross T., “Private Mennonite Education in Ontario after World War II,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 6 (1988), p. 120.

Berg, Wesley, “Gesangbuch, Ziffern, und Deutschtum: A Study of the Life and Work of J. P. Claszen, Mennonite Hymnologist,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 4 (1986), p. 8-30.

Berg, Wesley, “From Piety to Sophistication: Developments in Canadian Mennonite Music After World War II,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 6 (1988), p. 89-99.

Bergen, John, and David Friesen, “Changing Attitudes of Mennonite University Students,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 169-171.

Bergen, John J., “Freedom of Education in a Religious Context. The Alberta Holdeman Private School Case.,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 55, No. 1 (Jan. 1981), p. 75-85.

Bergen, John J., “The World Wars and Education Among Mennonites in Canada,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 8 (1990), p. 156-172.

Bergey, Lorna L., “Mennonite Change: The Life History of the Blenheim Mennonite Church, 1839-1974,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 32, No. 4 (Dec. 1977), p. 23-27.

Bliss, Michael, “`Pure Books on Avoided Subjects’: Pre-Freudian Sexual Ideas in Canada,” Historical Papers, 1970, (Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, 1970), p. 89-108.

Bliss, Michael, “Enterprise in a Cold Climate: Reflections on the History of Canadian Business,” J. J. Carson Lecture Series (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1987).

Boldt, Edward D., “The Plain People: Notes on Their Continuity and Change,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1 (1979), p. 17-28.

Brierly, John S., and Daniel Todd, “Agricultural and Urban Interaction in Southern Manitoba: A Canonical Analysis,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 26, No. 2 (1978), p. 43- 54.

Buckley, K. A. H., “The Role of the Staple Industries in Canada’s Economic Development,” Journal of Economic History, Vol. 18 (1958), p. 439-50.

Burkhardt, Ferne, “Rockway Mennonite School: Conception and Birth,” Mennogespraech Vol. 1, No. 2 (October 1993), p. 9-13).

Burkhart, Charles, “Church Music of the Old Order Amish and Old Colony Mennonites,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. XXVII, No. 1 (January 1953), p. 34-54.

Burkholder, J. Lawrence, “A People in Community-Contemporary Relevance,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Jan. 1968), p. 5-11.

Burkholder, J. Lawrence, “Notes on the Theological Meaning of China,” in Wilbert R. Shenk, ed., Mission Focus. Current Issues (Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1980), p. 235-243.

Burkholder, J. Lawrence, “Theological Education for the Believers’ Church,” Concern, No. 17 (Feb. 1969), p. 12-14.


Carlyle, W. J. “Mennonite Agriculture in Manitoba,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 13, No. 2 (1981), p. 72-97.

Conzen, Kathleen Neils, “Historical Approaches to the Study of Rural Ethnic Communities,” in Frederck C. Luebke, ed., Ethnicity on the Great Plains (Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 1988).

Corbett, William, “Mennonite Break New Ground in Northern Alberta,” Canadian Geographic, Vol. 108, No. 2 (April/May 1988), p. 34-40.

Cressman, J. B., “History of the First Mennonite Church of Kitchener, Ontario,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. XII (July and October 1939).


Dahl, Edward, “The War Crisis of the Canadian Mennonites,” The Journal of Church and Society, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Fall 1967), p. 3-19.

Dick, W. W., and John Sawatzky, “Psycho-Social Changes Within a Metropolitan Religious Minority,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 172-75.

Doerksen, Victor, “Language and Communication Among Urban Mennonties,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 182-85).

Doerksen, Victor G., “In Search of a Mennonite Imagination,” Journal of Mennontie Studies, Vol. 2 (1984), p. 104-112.

Doerksen, Victor G., “From Jung-Stilling to Rudy Wiebe: `Christian Fiction’ and the Mennonite Imagination,” in Harry Loewen, ed., Mennonite Images. Historical, Cultural and Literary Essays Dealing with Mennonite Issues (Winnipeg: Hyperion, 1989),p. p. 197-208.

Driedger, Leo, “Hague-Osler Settlement,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 13, No. 1 (Jan. 1958), p. 13-17.

Driedger, Leo, “Saskatchewan Old Colony Mennonites,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 8 No. 2 (April 1958), p. 63-66.

Driedger, Leo, “A Perspective on Canadian Mennonite Urbanization,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 147-51.

Driedger, Leo, “Mennonite Family Stresses in the City,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 176-78.

Driedger, Leo, “Urbanization of Mennonites in Canada,” in Poettcker, Henry, and Rudy Regehr, eds., Call to Faithfullness: Essays in Canadian Mennonite Studies (Winnipeg: Canadian Mennonite Bible College Publications, 1972), p. 143-156.

Driedger, Leo, “Ethnic Identity: A Comparison of Mennonite and Other German Students,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 47, No. 3 (July 1973), p. 225-44.

Driedger, Leo, and Dan Zehr, “The Mennonite State-Church Trauma: Its Effect and Attitudes of Canadian Students and Leaders,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 48, No. 4 (Oct. 1974), p. 515-526.

Driedger, Leo, “Canadian Mennonite Urbanism: Ethnic Villagers or Metropolitan Remnant? Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 49, No. 3 (July 1975), p. 226-41.

Driedger, Leo, “Structural, Social and Individual Factors in Language Maintenance in Canada,” in W. H. Coons, ed., The Individual, Language, and Society in Canada (Ottawa: The Canadian Council, 1977).

Driedger, Leo, “The Anabaptist Identification Ladder: Plain-urbane continuity in diversity,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 51, No. 4 (Oct. 1977), p. 278-291.

Driedger, Leo, “Mennonite Change: The Old Colony Revisited, 1955-1977,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 32, No. 4 (Dec. 1977), p. 4-12.

Driedger, Leo, J. Winfield Fretz and Donovan E. Smucker, “A Tale of Two Strategies: Mennonites in Chicago and Winnipeg,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 52, No. 4 (October 1978), p. 294-311.

Driedger, Leo, and J. Howard Kauffman, “Urbanization of Mennonites: Canadian and American Comparisons,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 56, No. 3 (July 1982), p. 269-290.

Driedger, Leo, Roy Vogt and Mavis Reimer, “Mennonite Intermarriage: National, Regional and Intergenerational Trends,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol 57, No. 2 (April 1983), p. 132-44.

Driedger, Leo, and Calvin Redekop, “Sociology of Mennonites: State of the Art and Science,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 1 (1983), p. 33-63.

Driedger, Leo, “Mennonite Community Change: From Ethnic Enclaves to Social Networks,” Mennonite Quarterly Review (Vol. 60, No. 3 (July 1986), p. 374-386.

Driedger, Leo, “Post-War Canadian Mennonites: From Rural to Urban Dominance,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 6 (1988), p. 70-88.

Driedger, Leo, “From Martyrs to Muppies: The Mennonite Urban Professional Revolution, Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 67, No. 3 (July 1993), p. 304-322.

Driedger, Leo, “Kinship: Changing Mennonite Family Roles and Networks,” in Mennonite Identity in Conflict (Lewiston and Queenston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1988), p. 131-146.

Drummond, W. M., “The Role of Agricultural Marketing Boards,” in J. J. Deutsch, B. S. Keirstand, K. Levitt and R. M. Will, eds., The Canadian Economy: Selected Readings (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1965).

Drummond, W. M., “The Impact of the Post-war Industrial Expansion on Ontario’s Agriculture,” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, Vol. XXIV (Feb. 1968), p. 84-92.


Eitzen, David D., “Higher Education,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 25, No. 4 (Oct. 1970), p. 189-90.

Epp, Frank H., “Mennonites and the Civil Service,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 179-81.

Epp, Frank H., “Problems of Mennonite Identity: A Historical Study, in Driedger, Leo, ed., The Canadian Ethnic Mosaic: A Quest for Identity (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1978).

Epp, Frank H., “The Struggle for Recognition,” in Poettcker, Henry and Rudy Regehr eds., Call to Faithfullness: Essays in Canadian Mennonite Studies (Winnipeg: Canadian Mennonite Bible College Publications, 1972), 167-176.

Epp, George, “Mennonite Immigration to Canada after World War II,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 5 (1987), p. 112.

Epp, Marlene, “Women in Canadian Mennonite History: Uncovering the `Underside'” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 5 (1987), p. 90-107.

Epp, Marlene, “The Mennonite Girls’ Homes of Winnipeg. A Home Away from Home,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 6 (1988), p. 100-114.

Epp, Marlene, “`United We Stand, Divided We Fall:’ Canadian Mennonite Women as COs in World War II,” Mennonite Life,

Vol. 48, No. 3 (September 1993), p. 8.

Erb, Peter C., “Weakness and Docility: Characterizing Pennsylvania “Dutch” Literature Among Mennonites,” in Hildie Froese Tiessen, ed., The New Quarterly. New Directions in Canadian Writing, Special Issue: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, Vol. X, Nos. 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 1990), p. 53-69.

Ewert, Bruno, “From Danzig to Denmark,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Jan. 1947), p. 35-37.

Ewert, David, “Schools and Missions,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Vol. V, Nos. 3 and 4 (May-June and July-August 1956), p. 12-15 and 4-9.


Flanagan, Thomas E., “Ethnic Voting in Alberta Provincial Elections, 1921-1971,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 3, (1971), p. 139-64.

Fowke, Vernon C., “An Introduction to Canadian Agricultural History,” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, Vol. 8 (Feb. 1943), p. 56-68.

Fowke, V. C., “Economic Effect of the War on the Prairie Economy,” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, Vol. 9 (Aug. 1945), p. 373-87.

Francis, E. K., “The Russian Mennonites: From Religious Group to Ethnic Group,” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 54, (1950), p. 101-07.

Francis, E. K., “Tradition and Progress Among the Mennonites in Manitoba,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 25 (1950), p. 312-28.

Francis, E. K., “The Mennonite Commonwealth in Russia, 1789-1914: A Sociological Interpretation,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 25, No. 3 (July 1951), p. 173-82.

Francis, E. K., “The Adjustment of a Peasant Group [The Mennonites] to a Capitalist Economy,” Rural Sociology, Vp;/ 17 (1954), p. 281-28.

Fretz, J. Winfield, “Mutual Aid Among the Mennonites,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 13, Nos. 1 and 2 (Jan. and April 1939), p. 28-55, 187-209.

Fretz, J. Winfield, “Renaissance of a Rural Community,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Jan. 1946), p. 14-17).

Friesen, Elsie, “Work in Migrant Camps,” Christian Leader, Vol. 10, (1946), p. 4-5.

Friesen, I. I., “Values and Problems of the Lay and the Supported Ministry,” in The Believers’ Church, Study Conference, Chicago, 23-25 August 1955.

Friesen, John, “Manitoba Mennonites in the Rural-Urban Shift,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 152-59.

Friesen, John W., “Characteristics of Mennonite Identity: A Survey of Mennonite and Non-Mennonite Views,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (1971), p. 25-41.

Friesen, John W., “Studies in Mennonite Education: The State of the Art,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 1 (1983), p. 133-48).

Friesen, R. J., “Saskatchewan Mennonite Settlements: The Modification of an Old World Settlement Pattern,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 9 (1977), p. 72-90.


Gaillard, Frye, “The Conversion of Billy Graham. How the Presidents’ Preacher learned to start worrying and loathe the Bomb,” The Progressive (August 1982).

George, Katharine, “The Mennonites and the Protestant Ethic, Transactions of the Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba, Series II, No. 2 (1964-65), p. 83-99.

Gerlach, Horst, “Mennonites, the Molotschna, and the Volksdeutsche Mittelstelle in the Second World War,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 41, No. 3 (Sept. 1986), p. 4-9.

Gingerich, Melvin, “Mennonites of Alberta,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 9, (1954), p. 56, 59.

Gingerich, Melvin, “North American Mennonite Overseas Outreach in Perspective 1890-1965, Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Oct. 1965), p. 262-79.

Gingerich, Melvin, “Change and Uniformity in Mennonite Attire,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Oct. 1966), p. 243-59.

Goering, Walter, “With Prussian Mennonites in Denmark,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Oct. 1947), p. 12-14.

Goerz, H. J. “The Future of the Mennonite Brotherhood,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Oct. 1967), p. 156-57.

Gory, Adrian E., and David C. McClelland, “Characteristics of Conscientious Objectors in World War II,” Journal of Consulting Psychology, Vol. 11 (1946), p. 245-57.

Graber, J. D., “Policies and Problems of Intercultural Relations of Mennonites on the Mission Field,” Proceedings of the twelfth Conference on Mennonite Educational and Cultural Problems held at Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana, June 1959.

Guenther, Bruce, L., “The Origin of the Bible School Movement in Western Canada: Towards an Ethnic Interpretation,” Historical Papers, 1993. Canadian Society of Church History (Ottawa: Canadian Society of Church History, 1993).


Hansen, Marcus Lee, “The Third Generation in America,” Commentary, Vol. 14 (1952), p. 492- 500.

Harder, Ben, “The Bible Institute-College Movement in Canada,” Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society, Vol. 22 (April 1980). p. 29-45.

Harder, Gerhard, N., “Fruit Growing in the Niagara Peninsula,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 11 (1956), p. 75-79.

Harder, Leland, “The Mennonite Witness in an Urban World,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 34, No. 4 (Octo. 1960), p. 275-89.

Harder, Leland, “Mennonite Mobility and the Christian Calling,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 19, No. 1 (Jan. 1964), p. 7-12.

Haury, David A., “In the Name of Christ: MCC Relief Work in England During World War II,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 35, No. 2 (Sept. 1980), p. 10-15.

Hiebert, Frances F., “Doing Mission with a Universal Gospel and Cultural Diversity,” Direction, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Spring 1988), p. 81-86.

Hiebert, Paul, “Missions and the Understanding of Culture,” in A. J. Klassen, ed., Church in Mission (Fresno, Calif.: Mennonite Brethren Board of Literature, 1967), p. 251-265.

Hiebert, Paul, “Cultural Relativism and Theological Absolutes,” Direction Vol. 2, No. 1 (Jan. 1973), p. 2-6.

Hiebert, Paul, “The Gospel and Culture,” in D. M. Curry, ed., The Gospel and Islam: A 1978 Compendium (Monrovia, Calif: MARC, 1978), p. 58-70).

Hiebert, Paul, “Conversion, Culture and Cognitive Categories,” in Gospel in Context, Vol. 1, No. 4 (October 1978), p. 24-29.

Hiebert, Paul, “Conversion in Cross-cultural Perspective,” J. J. Schmidt, ed., Conversion: Doorway to Discipleship (Hillsboro, Kans.: Board of Christian Literature, General Conference of the Mennonite Brethren Church, 1980).

Hiebert, Paul, “Culture and Cross-cultural differences,” and “Social Structure and Church Growth,” in R. D. Winter and S. c. Hawthorne, eds., Perspectives on the World Christian Movement (Pasadena, Calif.: William Carey Library, 1981), p. 367-389.

Hiebert, Paul, “The Flaw of the Excluded Middle,” Missiology: An International Review, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jan. 1982), p. 35-47.

Hiebert, Paul, “Mission’s Devastating Dichotomy,” Global Church Growth, Vol. 19, No. 6 (Nov.- Dec. 1982), p. 224.

Hiebert, Paul, “Folk Religion in Andhra Pradesh: Some Missiological Implications,” in Vinay Sameul and Chris Sugden, eds., The Gospel Among our Hindu Neighbors (Bangalore: Partnership in Mission – Asia, and The Association for Evangelication Theological Education in India, 1983), p. 87-109.

Hiebert, Paul, “Peace, Justice, Evangelism: The Mission of the Church,” Direction, Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring 1987), p. 18-26.

Hiebert, Paul, “Megatrends in Missions,” Direction, Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring 1987), p. 37-46.

Hiebert, Paul, “Ethnicity and Evangelism in the Mennonite Brethren Church,” Direction, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Spring 1988), p. 87-102.

Hildebrand, Menno, “The Sommerfelder Mennonites of Manitoba,”

Mennonite Life, Vol. 25, No. 3 (July 1970), p. 99-107.

Hillerbrand, Hans J., “The Anabaptist View of the State,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 32, No. 2 (April 1958), p. 83-110.

Horch, Ben, “Music Recitals,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Vol. II, No. 3 (May-June 1953), p. 21.

Horch, Esther, “Hymns as a Vehicle of Worship for Children,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Vol. V, No. 1 and 2 (Jan.-Feb. and March-April, 1956), p. 18-20 and 15- 18.

Hostetler, Hugh S., “Mennonites and urban Culture: An Opportunity in Non-Conformity,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 24, No. 1 (Jan. 1969), p. 39-43.

Hostetler, John A., “The Impact of Contemporary Mennonite Evangelistic Outreach on the Larger Society,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 27 (1953), p. 305-30.

Hostetler, John A., “Sociological Aspects of Mennonite Evangelism,” Gospel Herald, Vol. 46, (1953), p. 729-30.

Hostetler, John A., “Pioneering in the Land of the Midnight Sun,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 3, No. 2 (April 1948), p. 5-9.

Hunsberger, Bruce E., “A Reconsideration of Parochial Schools: The Case of Mennonites and Roman Catholics,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 51, No. 2 (April 1977), p. 140-51.


Irving, John A., “Psychological Aspects of the Social Credit Movement in Alberta,” Canadian Journal of Psychology, Vol. 1 (1947), p. 17-27, 75-86 and 127-140.


Jacquith, James R., “Multiculturalism Among the Old Colony Mennonites,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 24, No. 3 (July 1969), p. 136-41.

Janzen, Jacob H., “The Literature of the Russo-Canadian Mennonites,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Jan. 1946), p. 22-25.

Janzen, Waldemar, “The Mennonites and the City,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968). p. 186-88.

Johnson, A. N., “The Impact of Farm Machinery on the Farm Economy,” Agricultural History, Vol. 24 (1950), p. 58-61.

Johnson, Leo, “The Development of Class in Canada in the Twentieth Century,” in Garry Teeple, ed., Capitalism and the National Question in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972), p. 141-83.

Juhnke, Roger, “The Perils of Conscientious Objection: An Oral History Study of a 1944 Event,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 34, No. 2 (Sept. 1979), p. 4-9.

Just, Lee R., “A Study of Mennonite Social Distance Reactions,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 28, No. 3 (July 1954), p. 197-204.


Klassen, C. F., “Mennonite Refugees – Our Challenge, Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 26, No. 2 (April 1952), p. 136-141.Klassen, Peter J., “Sources for Russian Mennonite Research in German Archives and Libraries,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 53, No. 1 (Jan. 1979), p. 21-34.

Kasdorf, Hans, “Centrality Instead of Priority: An Everging Philosophy of Mennonite Brethren Missions,” Direction, Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring 1987), p. 27-36.

Kauffman, J. Howard, “Boundary Maintenance and Cultural Assimilation of contemporary Mennonites,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 51, No. 3 (July 1977), p. 227-40.

Keenleyside, H. L., “Canada’s Immigration Policy,” International Journal, Vol. III, No. 2 (1948), p. 222-238.

Keim, Albert N., “Service or Resistance? The Mennonite Response to Conscription in World War II,’ Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 52, No. 2 (April 1978), p. 141-55.

Keyserlingk, Robert H., “The Canadian Government’s Attitude Toward Germans and German Canadians During World War II,” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 16, No. 1 (1984), p. 16-28

Keyserlingk, Robert H., “Breaking the Nazi Plot: Canadian Government Attitudes Towards German Canadians, 1939-1945,” in Norman Hillmer, ed., On Guard For Thee: War, Ethnicity and the Canadian State, 1939-1945 (Ottawa: Canadian Committee for the History of the Second World War, 1988), p. 54-61.

Klassen, Peter, “Concerning Mennonites and Music – A Brief Appraisal,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Vol. IV, No. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1955), p. 10-14.

Klassen, Peter, “Music in our Churches,” The Voice of the Canadian Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Vol. VI, No. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1957), p. 20-21.

Klassen, Peter, “Concerning Music and Ethics,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Vol. X, No. 5 (Sept.-Oct. 1961), p. 18-21.

Klassen, Peter, “Hymn-Sing: Some Reflections,” The Voice of the Mennonite Brethren Bible College Vol. XVI, No. 1 (Jan.-Feb. 1967), p. 12-15.

Klassen, Peter J., “Sources for Russian Mennonite Research in German Archives and libraries,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol 53, No. 1 (Jan. 1970), p. 21-34.

Klippenstein, Frieda Esau, “`Doing What We Could’: Mennonite Domestic Servants in Winnipeg, 1920s to 1950s,” Journal of Mennonite Studies, Vol. 7 (1989), p. 145-166.

Klippenstein, Lawrence, “Canadian Mennonite Writings: A Bibliographic Survey, 1970-1980,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 37, No. 1 (March 1982), p. 9-13.

Klippenstein, Lawerence, “Exercising a Free Conscience: the Conscientious Objectors of the Soviet Union and the German Democratic Republic,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 40, No. 3 (Sept. 1985), p. 21-26.

Koontz, Elbert, “Education in Crisis. Bethel College and the Church,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 26, No. 1 (Jan. 1971), p. 4-6.

Krahn, Cornelius, “Rembrandt, the Bible and the Mennonites,” and H. M. Rottermund, “Rembrandt and the Mennonites,” Mennonite Life Vol. VII, No. 1 (Jan. 1952), p. 3-10.

Krahn, Cornelius, “Research on Urban Mennonites,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct. 1968), p. 189-91.

Krahn, John, “Mennonite Settlements in British Columbia,” Mennonite Observer, Vol. 2 (1956), p. 3-4.

Kraybill, Donald B., “Modernity and Identity: The Transformation of Mennonite Ethnicity,” in Calvin Redekop and Sam Steiner, eds., Mennonite Identity: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Lanham, New York: University Press of America, 1988), p. 153-72.

Kraybill, Paul N., “The Relationship of the Relief and Service Program and Mennonite Missions,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 33, No. 1 (Jan. 1959), p. 60-68.

Kreider, Robert S., “World War II Comes to the Chortitza,” Mennonite Life, Vol. 39, No. 2 (June 1984), p. 11-17.


Lapp, John A., “The Peace Mission of the Mennonite Central Committee,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, Vol. 44, No. 3 (July 1970), p. 281-297.

Leckie, H. K., “A Record Year of Meat Production,” The Economic Analist, Vol. 15 (Feb. 1945), p. 6-10.

Lederach, Paul M., “Literature for Christian Nurture,” in Cornelius J. Dyck, ed., The Lordship of Christ. Proceedings of the Seventh Mennonite World Conference, August 107, 1962, Kitchener, Ontario (Elkhart, Ind.: Mennonite World Conference, 1962), p. 553-568.

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