This document, converted from a Powerpoint, tells about the first permanent Anabaptist settlement in America. Many Anabaptists settled in Germantown, Pennsylvania, attracted by religious freedom. As they needed more land, they migrated west with some moving north to Ontario during the Revolutionary War.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Peter GoertzenSERIES: Church History 6: Pietists, Methodists, and Mennonites All items in the series: