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Stories of Fifteen Mennonite Brethren and Krimmer Mennonite Brethren Women

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Women among the Brethren

Stories of Fifteen Mennonite Brethren and Krimmer Mennonite Brethren Women

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Their names are not in the record books, but they were history makers among women because they did for their generation what needed to be done. Sometimes this task was waiting and praying; at other times it was building new homes in strange lands for the sake of freedom of belief. Some women worked as midwives, missionaries, and teachers in addition to home duties. One became a poet, another a supporter of higher education for women. The terror and unrest of war was known to many of them. These 15 stories of Mennonite Brethren and Krimmer Mennonite Brethren women, spanning two continents and several generations, call all readers, young or old, male or female, to greater commitment.

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Women among the Brethren: Stories of Fifteen Mennonite Brethren and Krimmer Mennonite Brethren Women
1979, Board of Christian Literature of the General Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
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Hillsboro, Kansas

Table of Contents

1. The Russian Sister: Efronsinia Morozowa (c. 1850–?). 1
2. Living Apart for the Lord: Katharina Reimer Claassen (1827–1869). 16
3. She Passed on the Faith: Anna Wiens Groening Wiebe Peters Braun (1810–1876). 33
4. Love in Deed: Justina Friesen Wiebe (1833–1916). 40
5. In Journeyings Often: Elizabeth Unruh Schulz (1866–1943). 55
6. Horse and Buggy Midwife: Sara Block Eitzen (1840–1917). 71
7. Free to Serve: Katharina Schellenberg (1870–1945). 82
8. Mother to the Comanches: Magdalena Herger Becker (1878–1938). 95
9. Afar, in the Blue Ridge Mountains: Elizabeth (Lizzie) Pauls Wiebe (1876–1957). 105
10. Sister to Many: Anna Thiessen (1892–1977). 118
11. Plant Trees Wherever You Go: Katharina Zacharias Martens (1867–1929). 129
12. A Time of Terror: Elizabeth Regehr Bargen (1897–1976). 143
13. A Flight in Winter: Anna Falk Loewen (1902– ). 149
14. The Poet of Apanlee: Anna Baerg (1897–1972). 168
15. The First Matron of the Ladies Home: Mary J. Regier Hiebert (1884–1970). 185
The Writers. 197

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Copyright Date
1979

Classifications

Library of Congress
BX8141 .W6

Contributors

Contributor
Katie Funk Wiebe
Contributor
Betty Suderman Klassen
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Connie Wiebe Isaac
Contributor
Esther Jost
Contributor
Esther Loewen Vogt
Contributor
Neoma Jantz
Contributor
Hilda J. Born
Contributor
Wanda Frye Horn
Contributor
Luetta Reimer

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Format
Paperback
Pagination
x, 197p.
Number of pages
211
Dimensions
8.5 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL11501829M
Internet Archive
WomenAmongBrethrenOCR
ISBN 10
0935196005
LCCN
79054802
OCLC/WorldCat
5943155
Library Thing
5632242
Goodreads
2968549

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