Just plain people: tales and truths of Amish life

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Stackpole Books, 1993 - Fiction - 136 pages
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Both storytelling and the Amish are deeply rooted in America. In a world without television or video games, in a world where men gather at the general store and neighbors visit on farmhouse porches, storytelling is an art. Out of this tradition come these amusing tales, enjoyed by many who just happen to go to church in a buggy.Welcome to the life of the Amish....and the humanity we all share.

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User Review  - Duane - Goodreads

This is an absolute treasure of a book! If you're interested in learning some of the things we "Enlish" don't know or understand about the Amish, then this is the book for you. Done in a fiction style ... Read full review

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Contents

First there is birth
1
Schooling
10
The formative years
19
Copyright

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