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Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario

Nancy-Lou Patterson

Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario

by Nancy-Lou Patterson

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Published by National Museums of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ontario,
  • Waterloo Co.
    • Subjects:
    • Ethnic art -- Ontario -- Waterloo Co.,
    • Art, Mennonite -- Ontario -- Waterloo Co.,
    • Mennonites -- Ontario -- Waterloo Co.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementNancy-Lou Gellermann Patterson.
      SeriesMercury series, Paper - Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies ; no. 27, Paper (Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies) ;, no. 27.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN6546.O5 P37
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 216 p. :
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4213533M
      LC Control Number80493032

      We examined the rate and predictors of post‐mastectomy radiation receipt in Ontario Canada from to Of node‐positive post‐mastectomy patients, % received radiation. All material contained in this site is © by Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario. Contact: Secretary, MHSO, c/o Conrad Grebel University College, Westmount Rd. N., Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6 x

        The cities of Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge are known as the Tri-Cities. Situated in southwestern Ontario on the Grand River, the Region of Waterloo is Canada’s 10th largest metropolitan area. Grand River at Galt. A BIT OF HISTORY. From to the s, Pennsylvania Dutch Mennonites, from upstate New York and Pennsylvania, moved north. Woldemar Neufeld (–) emigrated with his Mennonite parents from Ukraine to Canada in By the late s, he had begun his lifelong project as documentarist, responding especially to the built environment, whether close to his home in southern Ontario or farther afield: northern Ontario, the prairies and the west coast, the Maritimes and Quebec.5/5(1).

      Discover gorgeous Mennonite fine art prints. Fast and reliable shipping. % satisfaction guarantee.. Fast and reliable shipping. % satisfaction guarantee. The PGFSO serves to research and record the contribution of the early settler families from Pennsylvania who began arriving in Upper Canada beginning in Many of these families were of the Mennonite faith. These families, settled in three areas: The Twenty (Vineland/Jordan), Waterloo and York Counties.


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Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario by Nancy-Lou Patterson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The folk art of the Swiss-German Mennonites living in the Waterloo, Ontario region is compared with that of the Dutch-German Mennonites from the same area. Traditional arts discussed include Fraktur, needlework, wood-working and cooking. The folk art of the Swiss-German Mennonites living in the Waterloo, Ontario region is compared with that of the Dutch-German Mennonites from the same area.

Traditional arts discussed include Fraktur, needlework, wood-working and : Nancy-Lou Gellermann Patterson. Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario. Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario FR.

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Pocius; Lunenburg County Folklore and Oral History: Project '77 Ontario book Laurie. The contemporary arts in the folk tradition of Swiss-German Mennonites--those who moved form Switzerland to the Rhenish Palatinate to Pennsylvania to Southern Ontario--ihs thos comparee of Dutch-Germad wit n Mennonites--those who moved form the Netherlands tto Russio Prussia (Ukrainea (Poland) t) o Ontario.

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"Death and Ethnicity: Swiss-German Mennonite Gravestones of the "Pennsylvania Style" () in the Waterloo Region, Ontario." Mennonite L no. 3 (): Patterson, Nancy-Lou. Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite Traditional Art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, _____.

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"Swiss Folk Art: Celebrating. Patterson, Nancy-Lou. Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite Traditional Art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, _____. Wreath and Bough: Decorative Arts of Amish-Mennonite Settlers in Waterloo County.

Waterloo: Ontario German Folklife Society, Plancke, Frits. “The Amish Way: A Taoist Approach.”. "Mennonite Traditional Arts of the Waterloo Region." (text for Pennsylvania German dinner at Conrad Grebel College) "Ethnic Contrasts Observed: Dutch-German and Swiss-German Traditional Arts in the Waterloo Region." Unpublished manuscript.

; Folk Sculpture, U.S.A. by Herbert W. Hemphill (Review in Candian Art Review). Mennonites, one of the many groups of German-speaking immigrants in Canada.

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Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Nancy-Lou Patterson.

On June 1 the MHC Gallery ownership changed from Mennonite Church Canada to Canadian Mennonite University. The mandate and staff will remain the same.

The way the gallery survives will remain the same. We will continue to rely almost entirely on donations from gallery supporters.

We will remain obligated to raise % of the gallery operating. in Linwood, Ontario, and the Centre Peel Secondary School program located close to Drayton, Ontario (Mennonite Central Committee, ). Programs such as these have attempted to create safe spaces for Mennonite students, where they can pursue a secondary school diploma, while maintaining their beliefs and cultural by: 1.

The Mennonite Archives of Ontario is closed to the public until further notice due to COVID measures. Reference services will continue to be provided by telephone or email. The Milton Good Library is also closed.

Meanwhile, enjoy Passing the Time with the Archives Donations to the annual Grebel Fund can be designated to the work of the Library and Archives. Book. Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario.

January NANCY-LOU GELLERMANN PATTERSON; Read more. Chapter. A collection of genealogical profiles related to Waterloo Region Mennonites. Abraham Witmer was married to Anna Eversole. In he, with his wife and family of three children, moved to Canada and settled on the farm now possessed by their grandson, Mr.

Levi Witmer. The twin industrial cities of Kitchener and Waterloo hog a slab of flatland to the west of the Grand River. They have a distinctive pedigree, as the first white settlers to arrive in the area in numbers were the Mennonites, a tightly knit Protestant sect who migrated here in the s from the US, where their pacifist beliefs had incurred the wrath of their neighbours during the American.

Swiss-German and Dutch-German Mennonite traditional art in the Waterloo Region, Ontario / Nancy-Lou Gellermann Patterson. -- FC M45 P38 Sesquincentennial of the Amish Mennonites of Ontario.

-- FC M45 S38 Poles in Ontario / [Benedykt Heydenkorn, issue editor]. --. This interpretive centre is a must for those interested in learning more about the Mennonites. Take a self-guided tour starting with a short video (in English or French) about "The Old Order", who still travel by horse & buggy and live largely rural lives in the area.

Then browse through an extensive exhibit of informative photos, artifacts and displays that describe the history, culture and.In she moved to the Waterloo Region with her husband, Dr.

E. Palmer Patterson, who was to teach at the University of Waterloo. She has written extensively on the traditional arts of Swiss German and Dutch-German Mennonites of Waterloo County, and also on the art of Native Canadians.

Her work includes both book and exhibition reviews.Berlin, Ontario until Ina group of Mennonites from Pennsylvania arrived in ox-drawn Conestoga wagons, through the treacherous Beverly Swamp to the “wolf-howling wilderness” on their new settlement’s sand hills.