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Mennonite Settlement Original villages and places in the Mennonite East Reserve. (Courtesy John C. Reimer)

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Source: Abe Warkentine, Reflections on Our Heritage, page 29.

took another boat to England across the North Sea. Travelling by train they reached Liverpool where ships were waiting to carry them across the Atlantic Ocean.

They arrived in the port of Quebec and took a train through the United States to Duluth buying some supplies at this port. From here they moved by train to a town called Fisher's Landing where they met

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