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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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