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The European History of the Swiss Mennonites From Volhynia - Martin H. Schrag

The European History of the Swiss Mennonites From Volhynia

Martin H. Schrag

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In 1874, four groups of Swiss Mennonites from Volhynia, Russia, settled on the prairies of South Dakota and Kansas. This group did not follow the main stream of people arriving from Russia. They were Swiss Mennonites who went to Volhynia, once a part of Poland, but after the divisions of Poland from 1772-1795, became a part of Russia. The following families can be traced back to this group: Krehbiel, Miller, Schrag, Zerger, Graber, Stucky, Gering, Kaufman, and Flickinger. (176pp. illus. index. Graphic Images, 1974.)