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The Hutterites in North America

by John Andrew Hostetler

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  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Thomson Brooks/Cole .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Science,
  • Demonology & Satanism,
  • Sociology,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • Social History,
  • Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7784882M
    ISBN 100534440339
    ISBN 109780534440336

      Hutterites (German: Hutterer) are an ethno-religious group that is a communal branch of Anabaptists who, like the Amish and Mennonites, trace their roots to the Radical Reformation of the 16th century. Since the death of their namesake Jakob Hutter in , the beliefs of the Hutterites, especially living in a community of goods and absolute pacifism, have resulted in hundreds of years of. Buy a cheap copy of The Hutterites in North America (Case book by John A. Hostetler. This case study in cultural anthropology focuses on the day-to-day living patterns of the Hutterites, a German-dialect-speaking Christian sect whose members live Free shipping over $

    The Hutterites in North America | One of the longest-lived communal societies in North America, the Hutterites have developed multifaceted communitarian perspectives on everything from conflict resolution and decision-making practices to standards of living and care for the elderly. Religious scholars, anthropologists, and historians of America and the Anabaptist faiths will find this objective-yet-appreciative account of the Hutterites' distinct North American culture to be.

      This case study in cultural anthropology focuses on the day-to-day living patterns of the Hutterites, a German-dialect-speaking Christian sect whose members live communally in the Great Plains of the United States and Canada. The authors describe the Hutterite belief system and how it Price: $ Hutterites when they migrated from reports on the census of these Russia in to In fact, the communal farms and summarizes first colony established in North the sect's agricultural enterprises America, Old Bon Homme, is still and changes in farm operations. 5Cited by: 1.


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This compellingly written book offers a glimpse into the complex and varied lives of the nearly North American Hutterite communities. North American Hutterites today number aro and have common roots with and beliefs akin to the Amish and other Old Order Christians. The Hutterites in North America Rod Janzen and Max Stanton One of the longest-lived communal societies in North America, the Hutterites have developed multifaceted communitarian perspectives on everything from conflict resolution and decision-making practices to standards of.

One of the longest-lived communal societies in North America, the Hutterites have developed multifaceted communitarian perspectives on everything from conflict resolution and decision-making practices to standards of living and care for the elderly.

This compellingly written book offers a glimpse into the complex and varied lives of the nearly North American Hutterite. "The Hutterites in North America is an excellent place to being understanding the role of religion in this long-standing Christian commune." Journal of Religion - Steven M.

Nolt "An excellent resource for understanding the contemporary culture of an Price: $ * The Hutterites have lived with prejudice since their beginnings four and one half centuries ago, and young Hutterite men who refused military service in North America were persecuted inhumanely as recently as World War I.

* John Hostetler, of Old Order Amish parents and an internationally known expert on communal societies in the United Cited by: Get this from a library. The Hutterites in North America. [John A Hostetler; Gertrude Enders Huntington] -- This case study in cultural anthropology focuses on the day-to-day living patterns of the Hutterites, a German-dialect-speaking Christian sect whose members live communally in the Great Plains of the.

Additional The Hutterites in North America book Format: Online version: Hostetler, John Andrew, Hutterites in North America.

New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston []. "The Hutterites in North America is an excellent place to being understanding the role of religion in this long-standing Christian commune." (Steven M.

Nolt Journal of Religion) "This will now be the text to read for all who wish to understand the current shape of Hutterite." (Alvin Esau Nova Religio)/5(3).

This book is an ethnographic study of the Hutterites as they exist in North America. The Hutterites are the longest-lasting communal society in the world with a wholly distinct culture, ideology, and identity/5.

Hutterites differ in one major aspect: they believe in sharing their possessions in commons as demonstrated by Christ and His Apostles and as later further refined and described in the Book of Acts.

Christ commanded us to love one another, and Hutterites believe that living together is a wonderful and unique expression of love for their fellow man. There are nea Hutterites living in about colonies all over western North America. The Hutterite faith is Anabaptist, meaning we do not believe in infant baptism, and we broke away from the Catholic Church in the s in Moravia (now the Czech Republic).

Let us write or edit the book report/review on your topic "''The Hutterites in North America'' John A. Hostetler" with a personal 20% discount. GRAB THE BEST PAPER We use cookies to create the best experience for you. : The Hutterites in North America (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology) () by John A.

Hostetler; Gertrude Enders Huntington and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(50). In the Foreword, the author writes: "South Dakota is particularly important to the more t Hutterites in North America because it was where their ancestors established three founding mother colonies, one for each leut, upon arrive in North America.

All ethnic Hutterites descend from those founding colonies.". A comprehensive and appealing description of Hutterites that should become a definitive work and read by those looking for an interesting book in the field of American religion.

-- Steve Longnecker Church History An excellent resource for understanding the contemporary culture of an Anabaptist congregation few North Americans know/5(9). Interview with Donald Kraybill on the Concise Encyclopedia of Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites. Amish America: Why did you compile such a book.

Donald Kraybill: I felt there was a need for a single book that would provide an overall short and concise introduction to all the Anabaptist groups in North America. Many people don’t. The Hutterites in North America by Huntington, Gertrude Enders; Huntington, John; Hostetler, John Andrew and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Rod Janzen and Max Stanton, The Hutterites in North America.

Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. "We don't need another book about the Hutterites," a year-old Hutterite man bluntly told the authors when they visited his colony in the course of doing Author: Jonathan G.

Andelson. The Hutterites in North America (review) Article in Anthropological Quarterly 84(3) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. They fled persecution in Austria during the Protestant Reformation and eventually ended up living across parts of North America’s Great Plains.

According to National Geographic, there were roug Hutterites living in colonies in the U.S. and Canada as of Author: Amanda Duberman.

This community of Schmiedeleut Hutterites is descended from the first and largest group of Hutterites to arrived in North America from Russia. On the back cover of the book reads: "This collection contains the current cuisine of one of North America's traditional communal groups.That left about Hutterites, who are the ancestors of the more t Hutterites in North America.

Their birth rate has slowed since they first arrived here, Kant said."The Hutterites in North America is an excellent place to being understanding the role of religion in this long-standing Christian commune." — Steven M.

Nolt - Journal of Religion "This will now be the text to read for all who wish to understand the current shape of Hutterite.".