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  • Desert Patriarchy.
    Bennion, Janet (2004)
    Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, Mexico; Mennonite, Mexico; Mexico; Participant observation; Rural; Patriarchy
  • Decision-making in a Sect.
    Redekop, Calvin (1960)
    Review of Religious Research 2:2: 79-86.

    Based on 1958 interviews in Hochfeld; focuses on decisions designed to protect the sectarian stance of the Mennonites toward their social environs.

    Associated Search Terms: Mennonite, Mexico; Mexico, Hochfeld; Sect
  • From Mexico to British Honduras.
    Driedger, Leo (1958)
    Mennonite Life 13:4: 160-166.

    A colony that had moved from Manitoba & Saskatchewan to Chihuahua & Durango States, Mexico, 1921-24, was moving to British Honduras in 1958, with a few families going to Honduras; these were Kleine Gemeinde & Old Colony Mennonites.

    Associated Search Terms: Honduras; Belize; Mexico; Mennonite, North America
  • Resultados de la colonización extrajera en Mexico; la colonización Menonita en Chichuahua.
    Sotero Giando, Rodolfo (1956)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Mexico.

    Associated Search Terms: Mennonite, Mexico; Mexico, Chihuahua
  • Mennonite Colonization in Mexico.
    Fretz, J. Winfield (1945)
    Akron, Pennsylvania: Mennonite Central Committee.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico; Mennonite, Mexico
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