Living Without Electricity

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Good Books, Feb 1, 1990 - Religion - 128 pages
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Review: Living Without Electricity: People's Place Book No. 9

User Review  - Matthew Dishman - Goodreads

Gives an incite on Amish living and the differences in the different types of Amish. Read full review

Review: Living Without Electricity: People's Place Book No. 9

User Review  - RL Anderson - Goodreads

Great reading! This is the best I've read on the culture of the Amish. Since I live in an area quite close to an Amish community, I have seen them hundreds of times, but never knew till I read this ... Read full review


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About the author (1990)

Stephen Scott became interested in the plain people while a teenager in southwestern Ohio. He moved to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in 1969 and later became a member of the Old Order River Brethren.His books include Plain Buggies: Amish, Mennonites, and Brethren Horse-Drawn Transportation, Why Do They Dress That Way?and The Amish Wedding and Other Special Occasions of the Old Order Communities. He and his wife, Harriet, have three children and live near Columbia, Pennsylvania.

Kenneth Pellman is manager of The People's Place, Intercourse, Pennsylvania, a museum and heritage center about Amish and Mennonite life. He and his wife, Rachel, are the authors of The World of Amish Quilts, Amish Crib Quilts, and Amish Doll Quilts, Dolls, and Other Playthings.The Pellmans live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with their two sons.

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