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    Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History (SAMH)

    45. Schlabach, Theron F.  War, Peace, and Social Conscience: Guy F. Hershberger and Mennonite Ethics.  2009.

    44. Klaassen, Walter and William Klassen. Pilgram Marpeck: A Life of Dissent and Conformity. 2008.

    43. Beck, Ervin. MennoFolk: Mennonite and Amish Folk Traditions. 2004.

    42. Burdge, Edsel Jr. and Samuel L. Horst. Building on the Gospel Foundation: The Mennonites of Franklin County, Pennsylvania and Washington County, Maryland, 1730-1970. 2004.

    41. Hershey, Mary Jane Lederach. This Teaching I Present: Fraktur from the Skippack and Salford Mennonite Meetinghouse Schools, 1747-1836. 2003.

    40. Mock, Melanie Springer. Writing Peace: The Unheard Voices of Great War Mennonite Objectors. 2003.

    39. Ruth, John. The Earth is the Lord's. A Narrative History of the Lancaster Mennonite Conference. 2001.

    38. Bush, Perry. Dancing with the Kobzar: Bluffton College and Mennonite Higher Education, 1899-1999. 1999.

    37. Thiesen, John D. Mennonite and Nazi? Attitudes among Mennonite Colonists in Latin America, 1933-1945. 1999.

    36. Harrison, Wes. Andreas Ehrenpreis and Hutterite Faith and Practice. 1997.

    35. Weaver, J. Denny. Keeping Salvation Ethical: Mennonite and Amish Atonement Theology in the Late Nineteenth Century. 1997.

    34. Homan, Gerlof D. American Mennonites and the Great War, 1914-1918. 1994.

    33. Rempel, John D. The Lord's Supper in Anabaptism: A Study in the Theology of Balthasar Hubmaier, Pilgram Marpeck, and Dirk Philips. 1993.

    32. Coggins, James Robert. John Smyth's Congregation: English Separatism, Mennonite Influence, and the Elect Nation. 1991.

    31. Yoder, Paton. Tradition and Transition: Amish Mennonites and Old Order Amish, 1800-1900. 1991.

    30. Lind, Hope Kauffman. Apart and Together: Mennonites in Oregon and Neighboring States, 1876-1976. 1990.

    29. Liechty, Daniel. Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: An Early Reformation Episode in East Central Europe. 1988.

    28. Hostetler, Beulah Stauffer. American Mennonites and Protestant Movements: A Community Paradigm. 1987.

    27. Snyder, C. Arnold. The Life and Thought of Michael Sattler. 1984.

    26. Ruth, John L. Maintaining the Right Fellowship: A Narrative Account of Life in the Oldest Mennonite Community in North America. 1984.*

    25. Wagner, Murray L. Petr Chelcicky: A Radical Separatist in Hussite Bohemia. 1983.

    24. Smith, Willard H. Mennonites in Illinois. 1983.*

    23. Gross, Leonard. The Golden Years of the Hutterites, 1565-1578. 1980; rev. ed. Pandora Press, 1998.

    22. Redekop, Calvin. Stangers Become Neighbors: Mennonites and Indigenous Relations in the Paraguayan Chaco. 1980.

    21. Schlabach, Theron F. Gospel Versus Gospel: Mission and the Mennonite Church, 1863-1944. 1979.*

    20. MacMaster Richard K., with Samuel L. Horst and Rubert F. Ulle. Conscience in Crisis: Mennonites and Other Peace Churches in America, 1739-1789. 1979.

    19. Packull, Werner O. Mysticism and the Early South German-Austrian Anabaptist Movement, 1525-1531. 1976.*

    18. Belk, Fred R. The Great Trek of the Russian Mennonites to Central Asia, 1880-1884. 1976.*

    17. Erb, Paul. South Central Frontiers. 1974.*

    16. Davis, Kenneth R. Anabaptism and Asceticism. 1974.*

    15. Friedmann, Robert. The Theology of Anabaptism: An Interpretation. 1973.*

    14. Lapp, John A. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962. 1972.

    13. Stoltzfus, Grant M. Mennonites of the Ohio and Eastern Conference. 1969.*

    12. Toews, John B. Lost Fatherland: The Story of Mennonite Emigration from Soviet Russia, 1921-1927. 1967.*

    11. Armour. Rollin Stely. Anabaptist Baptism: A Representative Study. 1966.*

    10. Wenger, J.C. The Mennonites in Indiana and Michigan. 1961.*

    9. Verheyden, A.L.E. Anabaptism in Flanders, 1530-1650. 1961.*

    8. Gratz, Delbert L. Bernese Anabaptists and Their American Descendants. 1953.*

    7. Friedmann, Robert. Mennonite Piety Through the Centuries. 1949.*

    6. Bender, Harold S. Conrad Grebel, Founder of the Swiss Brethren. 1950.*

    5. Umble, John. Ohio Mennonite Sunday Schools. 1941.*

    4. Yoder, Sanford Calvin. For Conscience' Sake. 1940.*

    3. Weber, Harry F. Centennial History of the Mennonites in Illinois. 1931.*

    2. Horsch John. The Hutterian Brethren, 1528-1931. 1931.

    1. Bender, Harold S. Two Centuries of American Mennonite Literature, 1727-1928 1929*

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The C. Henry Smith Series

The C. Henry Smith Series is published by Pandora Press U.S. and copublished by Herald Press (Scottdale, PA) in cooperation with Bluffton College and the Mennonite Historical Society.

1. Biesecker-Mast, Susan and Gerald Biesecker-Mast, eds. Anabaptists and Postmodernity. 2000.

2. Weaver, J. Denny. Anabaptist Theology in Face of Postmodernity: A Proposal for the Third Millennium. 2000.

3. King, Michael A. Fractured Dance: Gadamer and a Mennonite Conflict over Homosexuality. 2001.

4. Kasdorf, Julia. Fixing Tradition: Joseph W. Yoder, Amish American. 2002.

5. Gundy, Jeff.  Walker in the Fog: On Mennonite Writing. 2005.

6. Biesecker-Mast, Gerald. Separation and the Sword in Anabaptist Persuasion. 2006.

7. Hinz-Penner, Raylene. Searching for Sacred Ground: The Journey of Chief Lawrence Hart, Mennonite. 2007.

8. Zimmerman, Earl. Practicing the Politics of Jesus: The Origin and Significance of John Howard Yoder’s Social Ethics. 2007.

9. Alexander, Paul. Peace to War: Shifting Allegiances in the Assemblies of God. 2009




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