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Amish and Mennonite business and information Internet sites created and maintained by Everett R. Newswanger. 

Barn, Grist Mill, Amish and Mennonite beliefs
Barn and Grist Mill book with Amish and Mennonite beliefs.

Two Triple Decker Barns, One Historic Grist Mill ...and snippets of Amish and Mennonite beliefs
Mr. Newswanger, retired editor of Lancaster Farming Newspaper, uses two Pennsylvania barns and a grist mill built in period from 1790 to 1860 as the plot characters to carry the reader into the thought patterns behind the lifestyle of the Amish and Mennonite people in Lancaster County, PA.
Book to be published late 2004

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Select from these titles for information about Amish and Mennonites, the lifesize Old Testament Tabernacle reproduction, Lancaster Bed and Breakfast places, Working Farm visits, or Lancaster Pennsylvania made Amish furniture, toys, grandfather clocks, and dining room tables, chairs, hutches. Title link box by
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The Mennonite Information Center, Lancaster, PA


Welcome to the world of our Amish and Church Mennonite people in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The Mennonite Information Center serves important areas of interest to both casual visitors and those who want a significant exploration of the historical and religious character of these people. In addition, information about the Biblical Tabernacle Reproduction, a life-size replica of the Tabernacle of Moses is housed at the Center with lecture tours and teaching materials including tabernacle kits, books and CD's. The center continues to expand available educational and visitor information and photos.

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