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Mennonites in Canada 1786-1920: The History of a Separate People

by Epp, Frank H

Condition: NF. Light shelfwear./VG+. Light shelfwear. Spine crease. Back corner sticker scar.

Mennonite Historical Society of Canada, 2002. 5th printing.. Hardcover. NF. Light shelfwear./VG+. Light shelfwear. Spine crease. Back corner sticker scar.. no. Comprehensive history, prequel of sorts to the authorŐs Mennonite In Canada 1920-1940. B+W illustrations, maps. Heavy book may require more postage. Hardcover


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