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It is said that a person once asked an Amish man the difference between themselves and another Mennist sect. " Vy, dey vears puttons, and ve vearsh hooks oont eyes;" and this is, in fact, a prime difference.[1]

This category lists works related to Christian denominations based on the Anabaptist teachings of Menno Simons. Note that due to variances such as the Mennonites, Old Older Mennonites and Amish, the terms are often confused.

  1. Pennsylvania Dutch and Other Essays, 1872 by Phebe Earle Gibbons
Engraving of a bearded man in a skull cap sitting at a desk and writing in a book with a quill pen.
Menno Simonsz

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