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Newly revised "From Prussia to Russia to North America: 300 Years - now in paperback!

This revision was undertaken to accommodate the new standards for electronic media, add in hundreds of new Internet-based sources for the reader's benefit, and to clean up some style issues. I've had many requests for copies in a format that people could easily access over the Internet. Here it is!

What's inside?

  1. Easy to read synopsis of Mennonite history, as it applies to the Prussian and Russian migrations
  2. Trace key family surnames, where they originated, earliest mention, family roots
  3. The life of the early Mennonite immigrants of southern Minnesota
  4. One family's tale during the Dust Bowl years and beyond, to illustrate what life was like for the children of Mennonite immigrants
  5. More than 200 Internet links taking you back to source information, for extended information
  6. Complete Bibliography to help you, the beginning genealogist/historian, find time-honored reference material to pursue study of your own family history

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"From Prussia to Russia to North America: 300 Years"

A valuable reference for descendants and genealogists, "From Prussia to Russia to North America: 300 Years" documents the early history of the Anabaptists, the Mennonites in Prussia, in the New Russia, and their subsequent migrations to North America, Brazil, Mexico, and other countries. A concise history of the Mennonites in the Ukraine, it includes documentation of the southern Minnesota Quiring, Siemen, Harder, and Sawatzky families that located in the Mt Lake and Butterfield vicinity.

Tags: Quiring, Siemen, Harder, Sawatzky, Mennonite, Minnesota, Prussia, Ukraine, Manitoba, Anabaptists, Butterfield, Rempel, genealogy

About the author: Stan worked for more than 15 years in management of several large Christian bookstores. His passion was and still is to see quality inspirational books published and distributed, to transform people’s lives. The powerful impact on clients and friends has confirmed his belief that “the 26 soldiers of lead” are a powerful tool for transforming society from the inside out.

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Stan has a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Studies from Bethel University and a Master’s in Education from Northern Arizona University. Stan and his wife reside in Phoenix, Arizona. They have three adult children, two in education and one in electrical engineering.

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