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         Dunkards:     more books (43)
  1. Close communion, or, Plea for the Dunkard people: In 2 parts by Landon West, 1888
  2. The Dunkard by George; pictures by Peter Lippman Selden, 1968
  3. The Dunkard Series of Ohio, by Clinton R. Stauffer, 2009-04-27
  4. Dunkard Ridge by Norma Jean Venable, 2000-04
  5. Geology of the Dunkard Group (Upper Pennsylvanian-Lower Permian) in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania (Bulletin) by Wayne D Martin, 1998
  6. Dunkard Ridge by Norma Jean Venable, 1976
  7. At Dunkard Creek by D.W. Faulkner, 1983
  8. The Dunkard Series of Ohio by C. R. and Schroyer, C. R. Stauffer, 1920
  9. The Dunkard-Dutch Cook Book by Applied Arts Publishers, 1976
  10. The Dunkard-Dutch Cook Book 1970 Softcover by Applied Arts, 1970
  12. Dunkard Dutch Cook Book
  13. The Dunkard Series of Ohio
  14. Waynesburg coal in Harrison and northern Belmont counties, Ohio, and revision of Dunkard (Permian) boundary (Report of investigations) by George Willard White, 1947

1. 09212009 - Amish Marriage Survival Tips
And my grandfather was an Old Order German Baptist brethren, which is also called the dunkards. And they're Anabaptist; they're the same tradition from church history.

2. Old German Baptist Brethren - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Other names by which they are sometimes identified are Dunkers, dunkards, Tunkers, and T ufer, all relating to their practice of baptism by immersion.

3. Peace Corps Online May 24, 2000 Headlines COS - Togo Snugli
The dunkards practice a faith similar to the Amish and other plain clothes people. Early on, she learned about the importance of community, thinking in innovative ways, and

4. Brethren, Dunkers, Dunkards
Several articles on Brethren, Dunkers. A source of information for deeper understanding of religious subjects.

5. February 19 Alexander Mack; Christian History Institute
Because of their views on baptism, these brethren became known by such names as dunkards, Tunkards, and Old Baptists. Mack insisted that followers of Christ must count the cost.

6. The Fascinating Dunkards
The fascinating dunkards. Some years ago I was speaking at a Hon family reunion and unwittingly electrified my audience by making the statement that all the early Hons

7. THE TRAIN ON ITS JOURNEY. - Dunkards In Pennsylvania Remain Awake
HARRISBURG, Penn., Sept. 17, (On Board the Funeral Train.) Leaving Washington the long, winding train bearing the body of the martyred President plunged out into the dark night

8. Dunkards Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
Research dunkards and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the online library.

9. Early History Of Preston County
order located at Ephrata, Pennsylvania, west of Philadelphia, that did not approve of violence, war, or military service (their order was often referred to as the dunkards, an

10. Carroll County Times Article For 24 January 1999
After them came the member of the sect known as dunkards (now called the Church of the Brethren) from Germany, and later on the ScotchIrish Protestants, or Presbyterians

11. Brethern, Schwenkfelders And Other Plain People
The Brethren, The Schwenkfelders, and Other Plain People The Brethren, or dunkards, are the last important group of plain people, Although they prefer to call themselves the

12. Brethren Definition From
Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as dunkards, Dunkers, or Tunkers, from the German for to dip, referring to their method of baptizing. The

13. Dunkards —
More on dunkards from Infoplease Brethren Brethren Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as dunkards, Dunkers, Johann Conrad Beissel - Beissel

14. Conscientious Objectors In The Civil War
But the revised Confederate Exemption Act of Oct. 1862 included a national solution, exempting Quakers, Nazarenes, Mennonites, and dunkards, provided they furnished

One of the early settlements in the valley along the west bank of New River was Mahaniam, meaning two camps , in what is now Pulaski County and now lies beneath the waters of

16. Claytor Lake State Park - Dublin, VA - State/Provincial Parks On
A mystic German sect called the Ephrata Brethren—later to be known as dunkards—decided the land now covered by Claytor Lake was the place they wanted to stop.

17. Re A History..written By Miles Blake Saxton 1954
William started a church in Massachusetts called the Quaker Church, of which there are several branches today; The dunkards, Mennonites, and others.

18. Dunkards - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

19. Dunkards - Definition Of Dunkards At
a sect of GermanAmerican Baptists opposed to military service and the taking of oaths

20. Dunkards Definition Of Dunkards In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
dunkards see Brethren Brethren, German Baptist religious group. They were popularly known as dunkards, Dunkers, or Tunkers, from the German for to dip, referring to their method of

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