To celebrate the March 3rd release date of Anna’s Crossing, I’m pulling things from my scrap basket to post a daily graphic of Amish history onto my blog and social media. Check back tomorrow for a new fact!
History of the Amish: Day 6
The Swiss government had a term for the Anabaptists: Täufer. It means “baptized.” But it is doubtful that the Anabaptists (Mennonites or Amish) would have called themselves Täufers.
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