Mennonite Furniture: A Migrant Tradition, 1766-1910

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Good Books, 1991 - Antiques & Collectibles - 231 pages
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Looks at the history and culture of the Mennonite immigrants that settled in the Plains states, and describes the furniture they made, including cabinets, chests, tables, and clocks

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Contents

Table of Maps
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Themes in the Interpretation of an Immigrant Tradition
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Mennonite Furniture in the Rituals of Daily Life
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