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TYPICAL FARMYARD LAYOUT

Early Agriculture

In spite of severe hardships during the early years of settlement, Mennonites made rapid advances in agriculture. The Fuerstenland Mennonites, who settled on the West Reserve in 1875, drew upon the experience of the East Reserve and established their settlements more

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