The Amish are a group of traditionalist Christian church fellowships, closely
related to but distinct from Mennonite churches, with whom ...
Learn about Pennsylvania Amish history & traditional beliefs. The community of
Plain Amish in Pennsylvania is the oldest & largest Amish community in the ...
Aug 8, 2004 ... The Amish: history, beliefs, practices, conflicts, diseases, etc.
The history of the Amish & Mennonites of Lancaster County, PA, from their early
founding in Europe in the 1600's to life in today's modern society.
Not to be confused with the term anti-Baptist, these Anabaptist Christians challenged the reforms of Martin Luther and others during the Protestant Reformation, rejecting infant baptism in favor of baptism (or re-baptism) as believing adults. Later known as the Mennoni... More »
Amish history tells the story of a faithful people whose enduring culture was
forged in fires of hardship and persecution.
A timeline of the Amish in America, 1682-2011. Although the first Amish arrived in
America in the mid 1700s, the European Anabaptist movement began well ...
The year 1993 marked the existence of 300 years of Amish life. Extinct in their
European homeland, today they live in more than 200 settlements in 22 states
Amish History: A Timeline. By Jon Guss, Fall 2007. Jan 15, 1525- Dissenters in Z
rich baptize each other. Anabaptist movement is born (Anabaptist, roughly ...
Dec 27, 1997 ... The Amish, called "The Plain People" or Old Order Amish, originated in
Switzerland about l525. They came from a division of the Mennonites or ...