A History of the Amish
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Most notable was Mifflin County's Shem Zook (1798-1880), who not only served
multiple terms in at least five different township and county offices, but also took
an interest in political party machinery. Zook was one of several Mifflin County ...
Local lore preserves the folk legend that the Pennsylvania Railroad, so
impressed with Zook's political savvy, asked the Amishman to run for governor
after Zook successfully negotiated an important land deal for their track right-of-
way.56 The ...
See letters from Isaac Ebersol to Sarah Lapp Zook, and Andrew Ebersol to Sarah
Lapp Zook, in the Sarah Lapp Zook Papers, Custody of a relative, Lancaster,
Pennsylvania (hereafter, SLZP). 9. Isaac Zook to Sarah Lapp, 8 January 1897, ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - xuebi - LibraryThing
A detailed history of the Amish, their theology, and their struggles to maintain their unique way of life in modern society. Tries well to be objective, and not romanticise their way of life. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - everfresh1 - LibraryThing
History of Amish it is, probably a little more details that I care for. It does job very well. The only small complaint I have is that it's not an objective narrative but rather perspective from the inside of Mennonite/Amish community. I would like somewhat more critical approach. Read full review
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