Examining how the Wengers have cautiously and incrementally adapted to the changes swirling around them, this book offers an invaluable case study of a traditional group caught in the throes of a postmodern world.q--Jacket.1993 William G. Weaver (Ind.) 1981 Reidenba1rhs 1946 DIAGRAM 8 Wenger- related Mennonite divisions, ... Nevertheless, many families have purchased automatic washers and electric dryers partly, said one woman, because aquot;ita#39;s hard to find wringer washers anymore. ... Electric stoves and refrigerators are common today, as are appliances such as blenders and state-of-the-art KitchenAid mixers.
|Author||:||Donald B. Kraybill, James P. Hurd|
|Publisher||:||Penn State Press - 2006|