Research Journal

Mennonite Research Journal

Predecessor of Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage

Quarterly periodical,1960-1977, 12 pp.
The Mennonite Research Journal, issued from April 1960 through October 1977, is no longer available as a complete set. The following list of issues is produced as a tribute to the colorful editorial style, personality, and beliefs of its editor, Ira D. Landis (1899-1977)—Mennonite farmer, minister, and historian. Articles range in length from a paragraph to four or five pages with longer articles being continued in multiple issues.

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1960
April

Of Martin Kin Somewhat [Pioneer David Martin]

He Being Dead, Yet Speaketh [J. Hoffman Hershey]

The First Lancaster Conference Printed Discipline

The First Naturalization List in Lancaster County [1729]

A Landmark Moves Every Two Hundred and Fifty Years [Land Agent John Herr (1685-1765) Homestead]

Our Good Brethren [Good Families, Conestoga & Brecknock Townships]

July

The Stumptown Mennonite Congregation

Record of Henry S. Nissly, Kraybill Deacon

The Byerland Historical Meeting

The Weaverland Tour,

April 23, 1960

October

For a Faith’s Pure Shrine [1710 European Exodus]

Address of the Palatines

Hans Herr’s Ocean Voyage [1]

Gabriel Thomas, 1698, Historical and Geographical Account of the Province and Country of Pensilvania

Here and There on These Pioneers [Martin Kendig, Martin Mylin, Christian Herr, John Herr, Bundelin, Jacob Miller, Christopher Franciscus, Wendel Bowman]

Lime Rock Mennonite Meetinghouse

The Pequea Pilgrims [Poem]

The First Permanent Lancaster County Settlement

1961
January

A God-Planned Exodus [Reasons for Mennonite Exodus from Europe]

The [Pequea Settlement] Anniversary [Tour]. . . 1960

Benedict Brackbill (1665-1720)

Nelson Landis, Ordained to the Ministry

Hans Burkholder [1717 Immigrant to New Danville Area]

A Mennonite Centenarian [Mrs. John B. (Amanda) Rider]

Isaac B. Smith, Last Charter Mission Board Member

Melchoir Brenneman [1665-1737] [1717 Immigrant to New Danville Area]

April

A Comfortable and Happy Home [Christian E. Miller Home on Benedict Eshleman Homestead, Conestoga Township][Bishop] Hans Tschantz—A Glimpse [Lampeter Township]

The Faithful Steward [Jacob D. Mellinger]

Bishop Christian K. Lehman Passes

Bishop Joseph E. Hostetter Passes

Hans Herr’s Ocean Voyage [2]

Christian W. Frank, Ordained as Bishop

July

Address to the Young [by Bishop Christian Burkholder]

The May 27th Hammer Creek Tour

[Blind] John S. Wenger (1843-1916) [1]

Preacher John Bear, Good Samaritan

Pike Mennonite Cemetery [1: A–Stahl]

October

Historical Research Planning and Methods

David S. High Called Higher

The Relationship of the Mennonites and the United Brethren in Christ

Pre. John B. Landis’ Wife’s Funeral

Hans Jacob Hess, With His Wife, A.D. 1639

An Informative Letter [About Sewing Circles by Mary Mellinger, 1914]

Why Genealogists Get Gray Hairs!

Blind Johnny Wenger [2]

Pike Mennonite Cemetery [2: Stauffer–Weber]

1962
January

Trails and Trials in Forty-Eight-Year Ministry [Moses G. Gehman] [1]

David B. Groff—Eyes to the Church

Enjoy the Second Hundred—If You Can! [Henry Herr Hess plus Hess Lineage]

Preacher Samuel Myer (1780-1851)

As Others See Us—1823 Style [1]

A Large Ministry of Almost Fifty Years Closes [Minister David L. Landis]

Blind Johnny Wenger [3]

Pike Mennonite Cemetery [3: Wenger–Z]

April (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Paul G. Landis, Ordained Bishop

The Social Security–Amish Issue

Trials and Trails in Forty-Eight-Year Ministry [2]

Amish Cemeteries

The Gantz Meetinghouse on Fire

As Others See Us—1823 Style [2]

The Civil War Unvarnished [1]

July (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Through Buchenwald and Alive

The Lost Creek—Found Again!

Farm Cemeteries Should Be Preserved [Hans Hess Cemetery]

John S. Martin Bishop

Amos W. Myer Passes (Oct. 4, 1884-May 25, 1962)

The Civil War Unvarnished—The Cold War [2]

As Others See Us—1823 Style [3]

Skippack Community More Than One Hundred Years Ago

A Master of Cemetery Science [Abraham W. Denlinger]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [1: A–Ebersole]

October

Brotherly Aid After Fires [1]

The Amishland Tour

The Seventh Mennonite World Conference

The Landis Valley Annual [Bible Meeting]

A New Hammer Creek Bishop [Isaac K. Sensenig]

The Buffalo Valley Beachy Amish Meetinghouse

Into the Valley of Death [Martin I. Landis (1887-1962)]

The Civil War Unvarnished—The Hot War Begins [3]

As Others See Us —1823 Style [4]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [2: Eby–Habecker]

1963
January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Admonition and Counsel to Survivors: Bishop Jacob Hostetter, Manheim [1]

The Ebersoles of Early Lancaster County

From a Diary of Jacob Lehman [Walked to Canada and Back, 1819]

As Others See Us—1823 Style [5]

Franconia Mennonite Historical Society Annual Meeting

Brotherly Aid After Fires [2]

The Civil War Unvarnished—War Hysteria [4]

A Visit to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania [1890]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [3: Heisey–Hossler]

April

Amos S. Horst (1893-1963): Conference Moderator

Pioneer Nicholas Stoltzfus

The Civil War Unvarnished—Slavery, the Issue [5]

Landis Homes

Earliest Impressions of Sunday School [1]

As Others See Us—1823 Style [6]

Manor Reformed Mennonite Meeting House

Menno Haven, Inc.

Admonition and Counsel to Survivors [2]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetry [4: Hostetter–Kreibiell]

July

Bishop Issac Eby, Revered Churchman [1]

Earliest Impressions of Sunday School [2]

The Hershey Historical Meeting Tour [1]

The Naturalization List of 1739

The Civil War Unvarnished—Slavery, the Issue [6]

Pequea Beachy Amish Mennonites

As Others See Us—1823 Style [7]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [5: Kreider–Nissley, C.]

October

The Civil War Unvarnished—The Virginia Scene [7]

Peter S. Hartman Reminiscences

Mennonite Meeting House at Hamburg, Va.

The Hershey Historical Meeting Tour [2]

Bishop Isaac Eby, Revered Churchman [2]

The Mann, A Record [Abram K. Mann]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [6: Nissley, E.–Nissley, M.]

1964
January

John E. Reesor’s [1854] Trip to Pennsylvania [1]

The 1963 Family Questionnaire [1]

John A. Kennel (1880-1963), An Affable Bishop

Bishop Isaac Eby, Revered Churchman [3]

Jacob M. Hess (September 16, 1845—November 1, 1943)

The Civil War Unvarnished—Near the Mason-Dixon Line (General J. D. Imboden’s Report After the Battle of Gettysburg [8]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [7: Nissley, M.–Rupert]

April

“I Square My Accounts Every Day” [Noah W. Risser]

The Mennonitism of Leo Tolstoy and His Reference to Daniel Musser

John E. Reesor’s Trip to Pennsylvania [2]

Within a Fortnight [Christian W. Frank, John S. Martin]

Bishop Isaac Eby, Revered Churchman [4]

The Civil War Unvarnished—Henry B. Hege to Henry G. Hege,

July 12, 1863 [9]

Jacob Nessley (1753-1832): The Pan Handle Pioneer [1]

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [8: Saylor–Stauffer]

July

The Civil War Unvarnished—John B. Hege [10]

Four Centuries of Congregational Singing [1]

Jacob Nessley (1753-1832) [2]

A Local Industrial Tour

Harvesting in Lancaster County [profusely illustrated]

The Deacon Michael Hege War Scene [German poem]

The 1963 Family Questionnaire [2]

Integration on the Local Scene

Kraybill Mennonite Cemetery [9: Steele–Zook]

October

William M. Strong Passes

John E. Reesor’s 1857 Trip to Pennsylvania [3]

The Martin Funk Bible

Thatching Barn Roofs [Burkholder Barn]

The Civil War Unvarnished—David Z. Shook’s Report [and Six Other Reports] [11]

Four Centuries of Congregational Singing [2]

H. Raymond Charles, Bishop [1]

Amos H. Sauder, Farmer Bishop

The 1963 Family Questionnaire [3]

1965
January

The First Anti-Slavery Protest Was Mennonite

The Franconia Conference and the Conscientious Objectors of World War I

The Civil War Unvarnished [12]

An 1875 Concern [Plain Dress]

One Hundred Years Ago [Bucks County Letter, William G. and Samuel G. Gross to Henry and Magdalena (Detweiler) Detweiler, 1862]

H. Raymond Charles, Bishop [2]

An 1870 Trip to Lancaster County [by Henry K. and Mary (Cole) Wismer]

King Friedrich Wilhelm III and the Mennonites

Pre[acher] Peter Nissley’s Flowing Pen [1855]

Melvin L. Kauffman Called to Bishop Responsibility

The 1963 Family Questionnaire [4]

April

Life of Bishop Christian Newcomer (1749-1830) [1]

Johannes Eby, the Philanthropist

As Others See Us [William Edgar Geil][Photograph—Yeates School Trolley Stop, ca. 1914]

Re. Dutch Foreign Relief [1710]

The Civil War Unvarnished [13]

Luke G. Stoltzfus, Now Bishop

Landis Valley Meetinghouse [and Cemetery][1: Adams–Brown]

July

The Lancaster County Hesses to Martyr Blood

Life of Bishop Christian Newcomer (1749-1830) [2]

The First Mennonite Conference History [1]

As Others See Us [Bishop Abraham Groff]

The Evolution of Haying [profusely illustrated]

Landis Valley Cemetery [2: Brubaker–Ehrman]

October

The Hanover Environs Tour

Music in American Mennonite Churches

History: Delights, Dangers and Dialogue

An 1883 Funeral at Millersville [Mrs. Christ (Mary) Kendig]

A Dutch Letter [Johann Ludwig Runckel, 1710]

Life of Bishop Christian Newcomer (1749-1830) [3]

The First Mennonite Conference History [2]

Landis Valley Cemetery [3: Erb–Geltz]

1966

January

Benjamin Horning—His Life, Times and Work [1]

Henrich Souder

Diary of Christian Newcomer [1]

Marriages a Century Since and Before [1]

Landis Valley Cemetery [4: Gerber–Hollinger]

April

Bishop Jacob T. Harnish Passes

Limits to History

Marriages a Century Since and Before [2]

Benjamin Horning—His Life, Times and Work [2]

Diary of Christian Newcomer [2]

Melvin B. Delp Ordained Bishop, Dec. 19, 1965

H. Howard Witmer Joins the Bishop Board

Landis Valley Cemetery [5: Hollinger, Jacob–Kegerries]

July

Bishop Moses K. Horst (Sept. 23, 1882-Apr. 3, 1966)

Early Genealogical Samplers

Benjamin Horning—His Life, Times and Work [3]

The Good Old Days: 1790 and Before

Reuben S. Bair (Feb. 25, 1856-

July 11, 1929)

Buffalo in an Old Location [Mennonite Congregation]

Diary of Christian Newcomer [3]

At the Last Minute for a Swisser Log House [Peter Martin]

Funeral: Old Mennonite Church, East of Millersville [Mrs. John (Magdalena) S. Shank, 1883]

Landis Valley Cemetery [6: Keller–Landis, B.]

October

The Origin of the Pike Church (1845-’46) [1]

The Morgantown Amishland

Graybill G. Landis Built His Own Memorials [1]

Early Legislation Against Cursing and Swearing (1700) by the Provincial Assembly

Frank M. Enck Passes

Diary of Christian Newcomer [4]

Alvin G. Martin, Weaverland Bishop

Lester S. Martin, Bishop at 37

Landis Valley Cemetery [7: Landis, C.–W.]

 

1967
January

Graybill G. Landis Built His Own Memorials [2]

Bishop D. Stoner Krady Passed On

Funeral at the Boyerland Church [Rev. Martin Miller, 1800]

Weaverland Bi-Centennial, November 12th [1966]

Bishop Tobias Kreider of Mellinger: In Church [1]

James M. Shank [Bishop Ordination]

The Origin of the Pike Church (1845-’46) [2]

Diary of Christian Newcomer [5]

The Landis Retirement Home 1967 Style

The Hans Herr Painting [by Funck and Von Ossko]

Landis Valley Cemetery [8: Lapp–Lutz]

April

John H. Mellinger, Writing Eighty Years After

History of Northwestern Fairfield Township, Columbiana County, Ohio

Diary of Christian Newcomer [6]

Elmer D. Leaman, Bishop at 54

Bishop Tobias Kreider of Mellinger: His Family [2]

Pleasant Valley, Bath, N.Y. [Mennonite Congregation]

The Origin of the Pike Church (1845-’46) [3]

Landis Valley Cemetery [9: McCauley–Paroz]

July

M. G. Weaver, Conference Historian

Hymn Book Used by the York County, Ontario, Mennonites [1]

No Pasteboard Box House, Yet Cheaper [Raymond R. Barge Farm]

Diary of Christian Newcomer [7]

The Origin of the Pike Church (1845-’46) [4]

Remarkable Industry [Abram B. Miller Family]

Landis Valley Cemetery [10: Peters–Royer]

October

Joh. Christoph Sauer, 1693-Sept. 15, 1768, Publisher of First Colonial Bible

Neuhauser-Kennel Pioneers [1]

Diary of Christian Newcomer [8]

Hymn Book Used by the York County, Ontario, Mennonites [2]

From Millersville Hither and Yon [1]

Pioneer Grandmother’s Recipe to a Young Bride [for Washing Clothing]

Educationally-Wise [Public Schools, Lancaster County]

Fairmount Rest Home

In Firsts [1: 4004 B.C.-1635 A.D.]

Landis Valley Cemetery [11: Rudy–Slight]

1968
January

First Mennonite Appeal to an American Government

Bishop Valentine Metzler (Feb. 14, 1726-

July 24, 1783)

From Millersville Hither and Yon [2]

Neuhauser-Kennel Pioneers [2]

The Diller Meetinghouse

Nicknames

Diary of Christian Newcomer [9]

Educationally-Wise [Subscription Schools, Lancaster County]

Landis Valley Cemetery [12: Snader–Wade]

April

The Plain Dutch

The First Lancaster Mennonite Conference Apology [by Melchior Brenneman] [1]

Gone and Almost Forgotten [Halifax Mennonite Meetinghouse]

Martin Mylin (c. 1675-1749)

Diary of Christian Newcomer [10]

In Firsts [2: 1641-1896]

First Aid for Old Cemeteries

Landis Valley Cemetery [13: Wagner–Wolf, J.]

July

Mrs. Mattie Habecker, Centenarian

The Gonders of Strasburg and Black Creek

David Kauffman (1770-1846), [Warwick Township]

The First Lancaster Mennonite Conference Apology [2]

Singers’ Table Memories

Diary of Christian Newcomer [11]

Oreville Mennonite Home

Music from Yesteryear

Landis Valley Cemetery [14: Wolf, J.–Z]

October

The Oberholtzer Riddle [1]

Through the Beautiful Cumberland Valley

Mercy in the Caldron of Affliction [Dutch Mennonite Aid to Swiss Brethren, 1672]

Millersville Mennonite Service [1877]

Mennonites on the Move

The First Lancaster Mennonite Conference Apology [3]

Diary of Christian Newcomer [12]

Emma Mary Kurtz at 102

1969
January

A Personal Contact with Hans Landis [1]

Peace Sects Appeal in 1780 to British Authorities

The Oberholtzer Riddle [2]

The First Lancaster Mennonite Conference Apology [4]

Hartleton Old Order Mennonites

Theatricals

Bishop Weaver W. Zimmerman (Aug. 21, 1894-Nov. 27, 1968)

Pastor-Evangelist John S. Hess (Sept. 19, 1884-Oct. 3, 1968)

Diary of Christian Newcomer [13]

The 1893 Kreider Tragedy

April

Henry F. Garber (Sept. 15, 1888-Dec. 23, 1968)

A Personal Contact with Hans Landis [2]

The First Lancaster Mennonite Conference Apology [5]

Mission Superintendent Ordained Manor Bishop

The Christian Newcomer Diary [14]

Andrew Shenk’s Flitting to Millersville [1882]

Daniel D. Wert

That Funeral

New Elizabethtown Bishop [Russell J. Baer]

River Corner Cemetery [1: A–Funk]

July

As Others See the Anabaptists

Half Moon Valley

Christian Wenger, Upper Leacock Tract

The First Lancaster Mennonite Conference Apology [6]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [15]

In Firsts [3: 1896-1967]

It Was Earlier [Bishop George Weber Letter to John F. Funk on Wisler Controversy, 1868]

River Corner Cemetery [2: Good–Herr]

October

Eastern Mennonite Associated Libraries and Archives

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [1]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [16]

Over Hill and Dale in Dauphin County [1]

A Long Lost Hymn [Christian Good Acrostic, “Ein geistliches Lied,” ca. 1838]

Another Juniata Bishop Chosen [Allen L. Kauffman]

A War Position [Reformed Mennonites, World War I]

Weaverland Bishop Ordained [John E. Hollinger]

Three Counties Meet the Centenarian [Aaron S. Risser]

New Amish Meetinghouse [Summitville]

River Corner Cemetery [3: Hess–Peters]

Cumulative Index, 1960-1969, Volumes I-X  (extra issue)

1970
January

Life Begins at Seventy

Hans Herr House to the Fore

A Mennonite Funeral Sermon [Levi Becker, 1887]

A Lasting Legacy [Henry W. Mosser Deathbed Poem, 1890]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [17]

Over Hill and Dale in Dauphin County [2]

A Grand Christian Lady [Fannie Bender]

Current [Mennonite] High School Student Reading Habits

Luke L. Horst Chosen Bishop, Bowmansville-Reading District

River Corner Cemetery [4: Rankin–Stauffer]

April

A Personal Contact with Hans Landis [3]

The Pennsylvania Landis Pioneers [1]

Open House for the 1719 Shrine [Herr House]

An East Chestnut Street Service [1881]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [3]

Earl B. Horst, Their Youngest Bishop

Swarr for Nine Generations

The Christian Newcomer Diary [18]

An Old Letter [Samuel Landes, 1876]

Benedict Brackbill’s Will [1720/21]

Indian Lore Unearthed [Walter L. Hershey]

River Corner Cemetery [5: Steitz–Walton]

July

A Personal Contact with Hans Landis [4]

Hans Herr—A Myth?

The Pennsylvania Landis Pioneers [2]

The Jacob Stauffer Family

The Autobiography of Isaac M. Buzzard [1]

Hans Herr House Restoration To Begin

Farming Joyfully [Harold R. Frey]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [19]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [4]

Millersville-Rohrerstown Baptisms in the Nineties [1890s]

Funeral at Petersburg [John Haverstick, 1883]

October

Beyond the Lebanon Hills

A Personal Contact with Hans Landis [5]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [20]

The Autobiography of Isaac M. Buzzard [2]

The Pennsylvania Landis Pioneers [3]

The Rose Fancier [Ivan D. Krantz]

Baptism at Millersville [1884]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [5]

The Conestoga Horse

Old Byerland Meetinghouse on a New Location [Photograph, 1949]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [1: A–Bear]


1971

January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [6]

Aid to The Twenty [Letter from Franconia Conference Ministers to Former Bucks County Mennonites in Niagara Falls Area, 1801]

Archaeology and the Hans Herr House

Autobiography of Isaac M. Buzzard [3]

Christian Newcomer Diary [21]

Wendel Bowman, Lampeter Pioneer

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [2: Beck–Byers]

April

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [3: Caldwell–Dietrich]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [7]

Hans Herr House Miscellany [1]

Autobiography of Isaac M. Buzzard [4]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [22]

Preacher Peter Risser, Mount Joy Township Patentee

The County’s Most Unique Swisser Barn [John K. Fisher Barn, 1857]

A Good Boy [by Henry Brubacher, 1825]

July

Mennonites and Congregational Singing

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [8]

Hans Herr House Miscellany [2]

Autobiography of Isaac M. Buzzard [5]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [23]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [4: Diffenbaugh–Eshbach]

October

The Christian Woman’s Head Covering [1]

Lancaster Conference Sunday School Centennial

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [9]

Buffalo Creek and Its Environs in Union County

The Christian Newcomer Diary [24]

Bishop Mahlon M. Zimmerman

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [5: Eshleman–Fisher]

 

1972
January

The Christian Newcomer Diary [25]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [10]

Eastward Ho [1: Harold A. Zehr]

The 1722 Meyer-Groff Document [1]

Christian Woman’s Head Covering [2]

Bishop Adam R. Martin

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [6: Forrer–Gochaner]

April

To the Wheat Fields of Nebraska

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [11]

Eastward Ho [2]

More Light on the 1722 Meyer-Groff Document [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [26]

Mennonite Meetinghouses

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [7: Gochenauer–Groff]

July

Wagon-Making in Lancaster County

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [12]

Eastward Ho [3]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [27]

The Supreme Court Decision—A Landmark [Amish]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [8: Groff–Hagey]

October

Annual Meeting Field Trip in Manheim Area

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [13]

Abraham Groff of the Reformed Mennonites

Big Game Hunt—Royal 1872 Style [Mennonites in Kansas]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [28]

Simon G. Bucher

Bishop Elmer D. Leaman

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [9: Halbig–Heisler]

1973
January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Johann Anton Weber and His Family: Swiss Colonists

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [14]

Musical Instruments and Christian Worship [1]

The Ressler Mill Along Mill Creek

The Christian Newcomer Diary [29]

Millport Meetinghouse Opened Anew

The Hostetter Mennonite Meetinghouse, Adams County

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [10: Herman–Herr, C.]

April

Three Bishops Ordained Within Two Months [James R. Hess, Noah L. Hershey, Paul S. Hollinger]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [15]

The Approaching Centennial [Russian Mennonite Immigration, 1874]

Musical Instruments and Christian Worship [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [30]

Clarence E. Lutz, Businessman-Bishop

The Estate Papers of Johann Anton Weber

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [11: Herr, C.–Herr, F.]

July

Hans Groffs Aplenty [1]

Deacon Martin Mellinger Correspondence [16]

Musical Instruments and Christian Worship [3]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [31]

A Brief Syllabus on Fraktur Art

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [12: Herr, H.–Herr, J.]

October

Lancaster County Toll Roads Come and Go

Bishop Brenneman Ordained for Willow Street-Strasburg

Berks County Amish Ancestral Field Trip

Musical Instruments and Christian Worship [4]

Hans Groffs Aplenty [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [32]

Visiting Weaverland Valley Anew

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [13: Herr, J.–Herr, W.]


1974

January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Waiting to be Done: Basic Research on Mennonites in the American Revolution

Mennonite Lot Ordination

Hans Groffs Aplenty [3]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [33]

Church Leaders I Have Known

Mennonites in North Carolina

Hymnody of the Mennonites of North America

Musical Instruments and Christian Worship [5]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [14: Hersh–Houser]

April

Dr. Landis Wrote For Our Generation [Landis Farm Life, East Lampeter Township, 1850s]

Hans Groffs Aplenty [4]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [34]

C. Z. Mast (Nov. 4, 1885-Jan. 25, 1974)

A Life-Work Comes to Light [Isaac W. Martin’s Martin Genealogy]

Aiding the Russian Mennonite Immigrants

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [15: Huber–Huss]

July

The Fatherland of the Pennsylvania Dutch

“Keep Moving,” Our Motto [Amish and Old Order Mennonite Migration]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [35]

Home Sweet Home for Seven Generations [Oberholtzer Homestead and Genealogy]

The Influence of the Pennsylvania German Dialect on Amish English in Lancaster County [1]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [16: Johns–Keesey, C.]

October

“God is Good” [Mrs. Henry B. (Fannie) Hershey, Centenarian]

The Influence of the Pennsylvania German Dialect on Amish English in Lancaster County [2]

Byerland Hither and Yo[n]

Grandfather’s Clock [Brubaker Family]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [36]

His Mantle Dropped [Grant M. Stoltzfus]

Bishop Elmer G. Martin

The Penn Valley Old Order Mennonites

Earl Sensenig, First Martindale District Bishop

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [17: Keesey, H.–Kunkle, H.]

1975
January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

The Hans Herr House—Today and Tomorrow

The Exiles—A Narrative of Years Ago [1]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [37]

The Old-Fashioned Winters

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [18: Kunkle, M.-Lefever, J.]

April (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Martin Kendig, 1710 Mennonite Pioneer Leader [1]

Bishop Aaron H. Hollinger

The Exiles—A Narrative of Years Ago [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [38]

Bishop Howard Z. Good Answered the Last Call

Martyrs Mirror Introduction, 1814 Style

Bishop Mahlon Witmer

The Movie Craze Hiatus

July (Out-of-print—l2 pp.)

The Martin Mylin

Ausbund of 1744

Martin Kendig, 1710 Mennonite Pioneer Leader [2]

Extraordinary Activity of a Great-Grandmother [Mrs. John (Anna) Forrey, 1878]

Landis Retirement Home. . . Guests

The Christian Newcomer Diary [39]

Buckwalter Farm for Two Centuries

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [19: Lefever, M.–Meck]

October

Lancaster County Sure Crop [Issac E. Hershey]

The Reformed Mennonite Church at the Bar

Ingenuity of a Boy, Seven Years Old [John C. Herr, 1856]

With Bishop Jacob Hertzler

The Horst Family

The Christian Newcomer Diary [40]

New Mennonite High School [Faith]

Mary and Martha [Benjamin Lehman Sermon, 1875]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [20: Mowrer–Ranck]

1976
January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

J. Paul Graybill Ascends Higher

The Basel Bible of Georg Weber

Now a Centenarian [Kate A. Stoltzfus]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [41]

The Situation in American Mennonitism [1930] [1]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [21: Rankin–Rohrer]

April

Early Lancaster County Mennonite Mussers

The Situation in American Mennonitism [2]

Christian Wenger and Eve Graybill, “Stalwart Mennonite Pioneers”

Early Farms after 200 Years

Our Eli D. Wenger

The Christian Newcomer Diary [42]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [22: Rohrer–Shaub, C.]

July

The Landis Valley Museum Mennonite Book Collection [1]

Toward Minimum Standards for Church Archives [1]

John Barleycorn [Alcohol Use]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [43]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [23: Shaub, C.–Smith]

October

Eighteenth-Century Amish in Lancaster Community [1]

The Landis Valley Museum Mennonite Book Collection [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [44]

Toward Minimum Standards for Church Archives [2]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [24: Smull–Todd]

1977
January (Out-of-print—12 pp.)

Eighteenth-Century Amish in Lancaster Community [2]

Our Carpenter Neighbors [Zimmerman Genealogy]

Direct Quotes and Observations by Christian B. Bucher [1]

Benjamin Esh Called Higher

A Grand Old Lady at 104 [Selina (King) Stoltzfus]

Bishop John M. Strickler (1885-1976)

The Christian Newcomer Diary [45]

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [25: Tout–Weitzel]

April (Out-of-print—l2 pp.)

The Earliest Doner Family in America

Orie O. Miller: Foreign Missionary Enroute

Eighteenth-Century Amish in Lancaster County [3]

Quotes and Observations of Christian B. Bucher (1867-1960) [2]

The Christian Newcomer Diary [46]

Anabaptists As Others Saw Them

Western Pennsylvania Frontier Life [Eckarlin Brothers]

Epitaphs

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [26: Wenger–Z]

July

The Historical Society in Retrospect [The Ira D. Landis Era]

The Mennonite Church of the Millwood District

The Christian Newcomer Diary [47]

Christian R. Bucher Diary

The Willow Street (Brick) Mennonite Cemetery [27: Addenda]

October (Out-of-print—15 pp.)

Cumulative Index, 1970-1977,

Volumes XI-XVIII