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  1. Ibid., page 77.
  1. Search of Abstract Books in Morden and Winnipeg Land Titles Offices. Those Villages filing agreements were: Neubergthal 1891, Altbergthal 1891, Altona 1889, Edenburg 1885, Neuanlage 1885, Sommerfeld 1892.
  1. Report of 1. Y. Schantz in Herald der Wahrheit, December 1877.
  1. Examples of these records can be found in the Reinland Village Paper MHCA. II. Herald der Wahrheit, November 1877.
  1. Peter D. Zacharias, op. cit., page 58.
  2. Reinland Village Papers, MHCA.
  1. Peter D. Zacharias, op. cit., page 58. Zacharias' account is based on Johann Wiebe's own account. Die Auswanderung von Russland nach Kanada, (Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua, Mexico: Camp 6Y2 Apartado 297, 1972).
  1. Ibid.
  2. Ibid., pages 185-186.
  1. Ibid., page 192. An account of Early Mennonite Church organization on the West Reserve can also be found in Peter Elias, "Memoirs" 2 Vols., MHCA.
  1. Peter Elias, opt. cit.
  2. Ibid.
  3. Reinland Village Papers, MHCA.
  4. Regulations of the Reinlaender Waisenamt, Reinland Village Papers, MHCA.
  1. E. K. Francis, In Search of Utopia, (Altona: D. W. Friesen and Sons, 1955), pages 126-128.
  1. Reinland Village Papers, MHCA.
  2. Ibid.
  1. E. K. Francis, "The Mennonite School Problem in Manitoba 1874-1919," in Men­ nonite Quarterly Review, 27 (1953), page 209.

26. Jake Dyck, "The Elementary Private School System of the Mennonites in Manitoba 1874-1924", (Unpublished Research Paper, Canadian Mennonite Bible College, 1976), page 3.

27. Albert Schmidt, "Reasons for Rejection and Acceptance of Administrative Re-organi­ zation in Rhineland School Division 1954-1971", (M.Ed. Thesis, University of Manitoba, 1975), page 52.

  1. Adolph Ens, op. cit., pages 111-112.
  2. Minutes of the Municipality of Douglas 1884-85.
  1. John Warkentin, "The Mennonite Settlements of Southern Manitoba", (Ph.D. Thesis, University of Toronto, 1960), page 72.
  1. Rundshau, March 25, 1885.
  2. John Warkentin, op. cit., pages 113-117.
  1. Helen Janzen, "Father's Memoirs", in Lawrence Klippenstein and Julius G. Toews (ed.) Mennonite Memoirs: Settling in Western Canada, (Winnipeg: Centennial Publica­ tions, 1977), page 79.
  1. Rundshau, Oct. 8, 1884; March 12, 1884.
  2. Rundshau, Oct. 8, 1884.
  1. Frank H. Epp, Mennonites in Canada 1786-1920: The History of a Separate People, (Toronto: Macmillan, 1974), page 226.
  1. Peter D. Zacharias, op. cit., page 67.
  2. John Warkentin, op. cit., page 76.
  3. Helen Janzen, op. cit., page 85.
  4. Peter D. Zacharias, opt. cit., page 147.
  5. John Warkentin, op. cit., page 131.
  6. Rundshau, November 15, 1881.
  7. Ibid., March 15 and September 1, 1882.

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