LOEWEN, Royden K.
Title: Family, Church, and Market : A Mennonite Community in the Old and the New Worlds, 1850-1930.
Publisher:  University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1993, ISBN:0802077668
Seller ID: 94586
LOEWEN, Royden K. Family, Church, and Market : A Mennonite Community in theOld and the New Worlds, 1850-1930. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (1993). Pp [i]-xi,(3),-370,(4),+ 12 pp plates. Maps. Index. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Contents : Introduction. Part I : Kleine Gemeinde Mennonites in New Russia, 1850-74. 1. Sectarian Farmers and the "New World" in Russia. 2. Kinship, Marriage, and Women's Work in Borosenko Colony. 3. Piety and Church in New Russia's Society. Part II : Immigration and Settlement: Transplanting the Community, 1874-79. 4. Community Transplanted. 5. Immigrant Families and Pioneer Women. 6. Reestablishing the Family Farm in NewLands. P+art III : Strategies of Integration: The First Generation in Nort h America, 1880-1905. 7. Market Farming and the Mennonite Household. 8. Steinbach and Jansen: A Tale of Two Towns. 9. Religious Upheavals: Change and Continuity. Part IV : The Diverging Worlds of Farm and Town: The Second Generational 1905-30. 10. Farmers, Merchants, and Workers in the Evolving Market Economy. 11. Town "Ladies" and Farm Women. 12.Aeltesten, Revivalists, and the Urbanizing World. Conclusion. Very good. 20.00