Listed in this section are a variety of reports, articles, newsletters and miscellaneous publications that highlight Mennonites in many different ways. They are presented here, usually as full text, so that MHSS readers may have ready access to a type of world wide library of Mennonite information.
March 7, 2011 - Release: Mennonite Historical Society (MHSC) Launches New Projects
Past Events Reported
Blacks and Mennonites as Good Neighbours in Saskatchewan (Peace Event 2016)
Newsletters of Interest
The Mennonite-Polish Friendship Association Newsletter. December 2010. (a PDF file).
Most Mennonites recognize the name, Ruben Epp, as a humorist recording his funny Low German stories. Jack Driedger, a local Mennonite writer has shared with us some English essays by Ruben Epp, which describe some entertaining instances in his work as a mechanic. We provide the 30 page document here for your enjoyment; ADVENTURES OF A MECHANIC.
Mennonite Education in Siberia: Heinrich P. Wieler In a Classroom, 1916-1918 - by Lawrence Klippenstein. An earlier version of this paper was presented at a conference on Mennonites in Siberia that was actually held in Siberia. After Klippenstein made some corrections and revisions he sent us this final edition to put up here to share with you.
To satisfy the curious, here is a page of photos showing the progress of the move to larger spaces for the archives in the basement at 110 LaRonge Road. Progress at Archives July 2012
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Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan (MHSS)
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